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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Ensembleorganum rated it really liked it Sep 29, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. To ask other readers questions about That Mighty Sculptor, Timeplease sign up. It offers what conceptualization and ideas that she had about a novel that was meant to contrast the fates of three Elizabeths, a saint, an empress and a mass murderess, strung along the spectrum from salvation to purgatory to damnation, tracing their paths alongside each other until the end.
O Tempo esse grande escultor
There we enter into a pathless forest. Trivia About That Mighty Sculp View all 13 comments. To ask other readers questions about O Tempo esse grande escultorplease sign up. I suppose nature gets tired of resisting nothingness, just as man tires of resisting the enticements of chaos.
That Mighty Sculptor, Time
She was a militant vegetarian and defender of the rights of animals and inspired Brigitte Bardot to set up her animal sanctuary. She taught French History and History of Art, and continued to write: Enough of what I loved about that volume is still here: Laerte rated it really liked it May 12, There is an abiding pathos in these books, more so being this martuerite a posthumous collection.
But I had not expected Yourcenar to be such a passionate defender of the “true meaning” of Christmas and Easter, such a devotee of the Passion stories. With a real Yourcenar touch. She taught French History and History of Art, and continued to write: Want to Read saving….
That Mighty Sculptor, Time by Marguerite Yourcenar
It still writes with authority and precision, but her tone is more melancholic and focused on the impermanence of things.
The inheritance Yourcenar received after the death of her father, allowed her to devote herself to traveling and literary pursuits and love affairs on the Paris artistic scene. I don’t think they would even try. May 21, Eric rated it it was amazing Shelves: My first Yourcenar since immersing myself in her Hadrian. I reread some of the essays. Yourcenar’s sensibilities and the way she translates that into prose are still gorgeous and profoundly align with marfuerite own way of thinking.
Rites and masks are more powerful than we.
My favorite was her repeated returned to the idea of water falling as freedom: Her novels, dealing with modern issues set in historical eras won her immense fame as a writer.
The protagonists of her two most well-known works, Hadrian and Zeno, pop up throughout these essays, as stray thoughts remind her of the whys and hows of how they came to be. Hydraulics oblige the water to behave like a flame, to renew ceaselessly within its liquid column its ascent to heaven.
In short, the unfolding of one of the world’s most beautiful stories. Non pensiamo quindi all’azione del tempo esclusivamente come deturpamento. It was Yourcenar herself who ensured it. A surprising and lovely interlude was Yourcenar’s short essay series, Festivals of the Passing Year.
Be the first to ask a question about O Tempo esse grande escultor. She moves into prose-poetry on the Sistine Chapel, and concludes a study of historical fiction writing by citing Italian court records. Jan 27, Leigh Matthews rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. No trivia or quizzes yet. Solo cosi’ se ne potrebbero assaporare a fondo le riflessioni, gli aggettivi, gli indovinati accostamenti. She joined a bohemian crowd of artists, moving between Paris, Lausanne, Athens, Istanbul, Brussels and the Greek islands, which inspired her travel writing “Nouvelles Orientales” and “Feux” based on Greek mythology.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. In the end, I connected to the why of it enough to understand. She joined a bohemian crowd of artists, moving between Paris, Lausanne, Athens, Istanbul, Brussels and the Greek islands, which inspired her travel writing “Nouvelles Orientales” and “Feux” based youtcenar Greek mythology.
I think my favorite continuity between the two pieces, however, was Yourcenar’s dedication to beauty, the wonder and awe that she was able to bring to life in both small marguwrite epic ways, just as she did in margueritf Memoirs. But Hadrian is not the focus here.
Some unexpected and eloquent passages on animal rights in this diverse collection of essays. Her novels, dealing with modern issues set in historical eras won her immense fame as a writer.