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Salome :ba tragedye in eyn akt

<Span><span>Originally published in French, 'Salomé' is Oscar Wilde's 1896 dramatization of the biblical story of Salome, the step-daughter of Herod who danced before Herod and in so doing wins the granting of any wish that Herod may be able to fulfill. Salome asks for the head of John the Baptist. Fans of Wilde will delight in the dramatization of this biblical story.</span></span>

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  • "a tragedy in one act"
  • "Saloma"
  • "Importance of being earnest"@en
  • "Under the hill"@en
  • "Salomè"@it
  • "Tragedy in one act"
  • "Florentine tragedy"
  • "Herzogin von Padua"
  • "Sainte courtisane"
  • "Salomé ; Bajo el monte ; Tras el alma de Aubrey Beardsley"
  • "Lady Windermere's fan"@en

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  • "Oscar Wilde's Salome is an evocation of Biblical horror in which blasphemies abound and which has been banned for most of the last 100 years. Under the Hill tells of great decadence and sexual delinquency."
  • "Salome is an 1891 play by Oscar Wilde about a princess whose passions are legendary. The actual story is from the book of Matthew, about the stepdaughter of Herod. Salome dances the Dance of the Seven Veils for Herod's birthday feast, and he enjoys it so much that he offers to give her whatever she desires. At the suggestion of her mother, Salome requests the head of John the Baptist (Jokanaan) on a silver platter. Salome was originally published in French and wasn't staged for several years, and only when Wilde was in prison. It was originally banned in England for its focus on sexual passions, so Wilde threatened to move to France where he would have had more artistic freedom, which might have kept him alive. Alas, it wasn't put up on an English stage until five years after his death. Salome is one of Wilde's better known plays, and it's spawned several other artistic works."
  • "Osobité dramatické zpracování biblického námětu o podivné, zvrhlé touze judejské princezny Salome políbit na ústa exaltovaného křesťanského proroka Jochanaana, i kdyby to byla třebas ústa mrtvoly. Jednoaktová hra je v tvorbě autorově určitým experimentálním vybočením z ustálených estetických norem žánru, a to jak ve stavbě samé, tak v pronikání hudebního principu i v zdůraznění vizuálního účinu."
  • "Salome is Oscar Wilde's most experimental--and controversial--play. In its own time, the play, written in French, was described by a reviewer as "an arrangement in blood and ferocity, morbid, bizarre, repulsive." None, however, could deny the importance of Wilde's creation. Contemporary audiences and reviewers variously regarded Salome as the symbol of a thrilling modernity, a challenge to patriarchy, a confession of desire, a sign of moral decay, a new form of art, and a revolt against the restraints of Victorian society. Less well known than Wilde's beloved comedies, Salome is as enduringly modern and relevant. This edition uses the English translation done by Wilde's lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and overseen and corrected by Wilde himself. Appendices detail the play's sources and provide extensive materials on its contemporary reception and dramatic productions. --Provided by publisher"
  • "Ce drame en un acte et en prose a été écrit directement en français en 1891, publié en 1893, puis traduit en anglais par O. Wilde. Le choix du français est lié à la fois à l'importance du mythe de Salomé dans la littérature française, au désir de Wilde de voir Sarah Bernhardt interpréter le rôle-titre, et à son amour pour cette langue."
  • "<Span><span>Originally published in French, 'Salomé' is Oscar Wilde's 1896 dramatization of the biblical story of Salome, the step-daughter of Herod who danced before Herod and in so doing wins the granting of any wish that Herod may be able to fulfill. Salome asks for the head of John the Baptist. Fans of Wilde will delight in the dramatization of this biblical story.</span></span>"@en
  • "Oscar Wilde's adaptation of the biblical story delves into Salome's character and motivations when she requests the head of John the Baptist as a reward after dancing the dance of the seven veils. To her mother, Herodias's delight, SalomI's father, Herod, finds he must grant her this request. Originally published in French, Salome was one of Oscar Wilde's most controversial plays, as it depicted scenes straight from the Bible on stage. Translated into English by Wilde and his lover Lord Alfred Douglas, the play did not premiere until after Wilde was imprisoned. Wilde's extrapolation of Salome's character from the biblical story is thought to have influenced many retellings of the original tale. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en

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  • "Tragedies"
  • "Theater programs"@en
  • "Erotic fiction"
  • "Limitation statements (Publishing)"
  • "Study guides"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Drama"
  • "Art"
  • "Didactic drama"@en
  • "Toneelstukken (teksten)"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Erzählende Literatur"
  • "Translations"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Tekstuitgave"
  • "Online resources"@en

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  • "Salomé. [Sound recording]"
  • "Salome [Programmheft]"
  • "Sal'ome : drama Oskara Uajl'da"
  • "Salome :ba tragedye in eyn akt"@en
  • "סאלאמע : א טראגעדיע אין איין אקט"
  • "Salomé = [Saloma]"
  • "Salame"
  • "סאלאמע : א טראגעדיע אין איין אקט. איבערז. פון י. ענטין"
  • "Salome : [a tragedy in one act]"
  • "Salome : [a tragedy in one act]"@en
  • "Salome"@da
  • "Salome"
  • "Salome"@en
  • "Salome"@fi
  • "Salomé: a tragedy"@en
  • "Salʹome : drama"
  • "Salome : opera in 1 a"
  • "Salomé : premier manuscrit autographe de 1891, première édition française de 1893, première édition anglaise de 1894"
  • "Salome : [a tragedy]"@en
  • "Salome : drame"
  • "Salome / Under the hill"
  • "Salome [a tragedy]"@en
  • "Salomé, [drame en 1 acte]"
  • "Salomé"@da
  • "Salomé"@pt
  • "Salomé"@es
  • "Salomé"
  • "Salomé"@en
  • "Salomé"@ca
  • "Salome [deutsch]"
  • "<&gt"
  • "Salomè"
  • "Salomè"@it
  • "Salōmē"
  • "Sàlome Poema drammatico"
  • "Salomé, The importance of being earnest, Lady Windermere's fan"@en
  • "Salome a ṭragedye in eyn aḳṭ"
  • "Salome [dt.]"
  • "Salome ... ins Deutsche übertragen von Hedwig Lachmann. Mit fünfzehn Zeichnungen von Aubrey Beardsley"
  • "סאלאמע. א טראגעדיע אין איין אקט. איבערז. פון י. ענטין"
  • "Salome [playbill]"@en
  • "Salome : a tragedye in eyn akt"
  • "Salome, The importance of being earnest"@en
  • "Salome : a tragedye in eyn aḳṭ"
  • "Salome : tragedie in ein akt"
  • "Salomé : a tragedy in one act"
  • "Salʹome"
  • "Salome : a ṭragedye in eyn aḳṭ"

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