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  • Autor: G. BERNARD SHAW
  • Editor: Ekitap projesi
  • Los datos publicados: 2015-04-03
  • ISBN: 9786155529535
  • Formato de libro: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Numero de paginas: pages
  • Tamaño del archivo: 16MB
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Sinopsis de Arms and the man de G. BERNARD SHAW:

To the irreverent-and which of us will claim entire exemption from that comfortable classification?-there is something very amusing in the attitude of the orthodox criticism toward Bernard Shaw. He so obviously disregards all the canons and unities and other things which every well-bred dramatist is bound to respect that his work is really unworthy of serious criticism (orthodox). Indeed he knows no more about the dramatic art than, according to his own story in "The Man of Destiny," Napoleon at Tavazzano knew of the Art of War. But both men were successes each in his way-the latter won victories and the former gained audiences, in the very teeth of the accepted theories of war and the theatre. Shaw does not know that it is unpardonable sin to have his characters make long speeches at one another, apparently thinking that this embargo applies only to long speeches which consist mainly of bombast and rhetoric. There never was an author who showed less predilection for a specific medium by which to accomplish his results. He recognized, early in his days, many things awry in the world and he assumed the task of mundane reformation with a confident spirit. It seems such a small job at twenty to set the times aright. He began as an Essayist, but who reads essays now-a-days?-he then turned novelist with no better success, for no one would read such preposterous stuff as he chose to emit. He only succeeded in proving that absolutely rational men and women-although he has created few of the latter-can be most extremely disagreeable to our conventional way of thinking.

As a last resort, he turned to the stage, not that he cared for the dramatic art, for no man seems to care less about"Art for Arts sake," being in this a perfect foil to his brilliant compatriot and contemporary, Wilde. He cast his theories in dramatic forms merely because no other course except silence or physical revolt was open to him. For a long time it seemed as if this resource too was doomed to fail him. But finally he has attained a hearing and now attempts at suppression merely serve to advertise their victim.

It will repay those who seek analogies in literature to compare Shaw with Cervantes. After a life of heroic endeavor, disappointment, slavery, and poverty, the author of "Don Quixote" gave the world a serious work which caused to be laughed off the worlds stage forever the final vestiges of decadent chivalry.

The institution had long been outgrown, but its vernacular continued to be the speech and to express the thought "of the world and among the vulgar," as the quaint, old novelist puts it, just as to-day the novel intended for the consumption of the unenlightened must deal with peers and millionaires and be dressed in stilted language. Marvellously he succeeded, but in a way he least intended. We have not yet, after so many years, determined whether it is a work to laugh or cry over. "It is our joyfullest modern book," says Carlyle, while Landor thinks that "readers who see nothing more than a burlesque in Don Quixote have but shallow appreciation of the work."

Shaw in like manner comes upon the scene when many of our social usages are outworn. He sees the fact, announces it, and we burst into guffaws. The continuous laughter which greets Shaws plays arises from a real contrast in the point of view of the dramatist and his audiences. When Pinero or Jones describes a whimsical situation we never doubt for a moment that the authors point of view is our own and that the abnormal predicament of his characters appeals to him in the same light as to his audience. With Shaw this sense of community of feeling is wholly lacking. He describes things as he sees them, and the house is i... Podriamos Podriamos ciertamente no descubrir cualquier tipo de detalles acerca de esta especifica que G. bernard shaw. Posiblemente el escritor Informacion puede ser despegado el servidor web o si no puede es en realidad combinado con el bases de datos banco de datos. Si tienes relevantes informacion sobre el G. BERNARD SHAW, si ese es el caso que tipo y clasificar a nosotros inmediatamente incluirlo con el a sus bases de datos de origen de datos


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Comentarios

Afalava

Contento de que finalmente descargado la versión epub. Estoy muy contento.

Tosha

lo puedes bajar por fileserve

Rocco

Gracias tan mucho !!! !

Van

Este es probablemente uno de los mejores libros que he ley? alguna vez.

Lauseng

podrian resubir la parte 08 y 10 de favor por mediafire gracias por el aporte

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