Altona Men - Without Shadows - The Flies (Altona And Other Plays)

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Adı:
Altona Men - Without Shadows - The Flies
Alt başlık:
Altona And Other Plays
Baskı tarihi:
20 Ocak 1989
Sayfa sayısı:
320
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9780140102178
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Yayınevi:
Penguin Books
'Sartre is a stern moralist who teaches above all things the need to be responsible and mature' - Maurice Cranston. During the German occupation Sartre wrote 'the secret of a man is...the limit of his own freedom; his capacity for standing up to torture and death'. These three plays explore the limits and possibilities of the self-knowledge to be gained in extreme situations. Victims of cruelty and oppression, like the Resistance writers in "Men Without Shadows", may respond heroically, and murder can be an act of liberating courage, as it is for Orestes in "The Flies". The lack of self-knowledge, however, results in devastating consequences, as Franz in "Altona" retreats into self-imprisonment and madness rather than face the outcome of his guilt. This title includes "Altona", "Men Without Shadows", and "The Flies".
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Adı:
Altona Men - Without Shadows - The Flies
Alt başlık:
Altona And Other Plays
Baskı tarihi:
20 Ocak 1989
Sayfa sayısı:
320
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9780140102178
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Yayınevi:
Penguin Books
'Sartre is a stern moralist who teaches above all things the need to be responsible and mature' - Maurice Cranston. During the German occupation Sartre wrote 'the secret of a man is...the limit of his own freedom; his capacity for standing up to torture and death'. These three plays explore the limits and possibilities of the self-knowledge to be gained in extreme situations. Victims of cruelty and oppression, like the Resistance writers in "Men Without Shadows", may respond heroically, and murder can be an act of liberating courage, as it is for Orestes in "The Flies". The lack of self-knowledge, however, results in devastating consequences, as Franz in "Altona" retreats into self-imprisonment and madness rather than face the outcome of his guilt. This title includes "Altona", "Men Without Shadows", and "The Flies".

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