Salomé

Salomé

Oscar Wilde Aubrey Beardsley / Jul 24, 2019

Salom Salom is the modern artistic presentation of the old Bible tale filtered through the richness of Oscar Wilde s fantastic genius All the sensuousness of paganism beats and throbs against the ascetic

  • Title: Salomé
  • Author: Oscar Wilde Aubrey Beardsley
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  • Page: 487
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  • Salom is the modern, artistic presentation of the old Bible tale, filtered through the richness of Oscar Wilde s fantastic genius All the sensuousness of paganism beats and throbs against the ascetic heart of early Christianity a vast and moving drama of passion striving against the coldness of the beginning of civilization.

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      • Oscar Wilde Aubrey Beardsley

        Oscar Fingal O Flahertie Wills Wilde was an Irish playwright, poet and author of numerous short stories and one novel Known for his biting wit, and a plentitude of aphorisms, he became one of the most successful playwrights of the late Victorian era in London, and one of the greatest celebrities of his day Several of his plays continue to be widely performed, especially The Importance of Being Earnest As the result of a widely covered series of trials, Wilde suffered a dramatic downfall and was imprisoned for two years hard labour after being convicted of gross indecency with other men After Wilde was released from prison he set sail for Dieppe by the night ferry He never returned to Ireland or Britain, and died in poverty.


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    1. Salome, Oscar Wildeعنوان: سالومه؛ نویسنده: اسکار وایلد؛ مترجم: هوشنگ ایرانی؛ تهران، گلشائی، 1327، در 61 ص؛ چاپ دیگر: بی جا، عباس جهانگیری، 1327؛ در 61 ص؛ موضوع: نمایشنامه های نویسندگان انگلیسی - قرن 19 معنوان: سالومه، اهمیت ارنست بودن و بادبزن خانم ویندمر؛ نویسنده: اسکار وایلد؛ مترجم: محمد سعی [...]


    2. "Tragedia en un solo acto" se aclara al comienzo de la obra. Esta breve obra que Oscar Wilde toma de un relato bíblico es concisa, efectiva y de final atrapante. Tiene ingredientes claros de su obra. Descripciones poéticas, con personajes góticos inmersos dentro de un teatro griego, donde Salomé descolla por su magnetismo sexual, que atrae incestuosamente a Herodes, su padre, mientras ella se desvive por Jokanaán, o Juan el Bautista.Una mini obra de gran simbologia que posee la crónica de [...]


    3. So this has to be one of the oddest, most oddly enthralling things I've come across in a while. Taken on it's own, Wilde's play isn't much: ponderous, dull. But combine it the whimsical illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, and through some kind of alchemical wizardry a rather extraordinary intertextual experience is created. The text itself seems kind of antithetical to what we now associate with Wilde: nowhere to be found is anything resembling wit, snap, humor, double-entendre. Wilde apparently [...]


    4. Ένα εξαιρετικό θεατρικό έργο, κάτι εντελώς διαφορετικό. Η Σαλώμη φιλάει για πρώτη φορά το κεφάλι του Ιωάννη Το διάβασα στο γαλλικό πρωτότυπο, ο Ουάιλντ το έγραψε στα γαλλικά πρώτα και έπειτα το μετέφρασε στα αγγλικά. Ακολουθεί ένα αγαπημένο μου κομμάτι όπου μιλάει η Σαλώμη, [...]


    5. (Reread with a friend)A one-act play not nearly as famous as Wilde’s other plays, it is nevertheless fascinating. From what I gather, during the time Wilde wrote this, there was a Salomé craze going on. Wilde put his own interpretation on the story, as well as being influenced by a painter, a poet, Flaubert and a novel (not Flaubert's) he adored. Though not written in his ‘typical’ style, his wit can be discerned; and though his use of repetition may at first sound childish, he makes effe [...]


    6. e mystery of love is greater than the mystery of death. I bow to the greatness of Oscar Wilde. This was the strangest work of his that I have read and trust me I've read almost everything that this man has written. It lacked the distinguishable witty, sarcastic style of his and most importantly his quotes, but that didn't make it any less interesting. Salome is a play based on biblical figures and many symbols can be found here. It's short and clever. I repeat this isn't the typical Oscar Wilde [...]


    7. a gothic classic. particularly pleasing if you are now, or have ever been rejected by a man who thought he was better than you. off with their heads!


    8. É bem conhecida a história de Salomé que, durante um banquete e a pedido do padrasto Herodes, dança a dança dos sete véus, sendo-lhe oferecida como recompensa a cabeça de João Batista. Segundo o Evangelho de São Marcos, o prémio exigido por Salomé tem como fundamento o ódio da sua mãe, Herodíade, pelo profeta; na peça de Oscar Wilde, assim como no libreto da ópera de Richard Strauss, o pedido de Salomé é motivado pela paixão.Apesar de nada no enredo da peça ser novidade é um [...]


    9. Εύκολο στην ανάγνωσή του . Εξαιρετικός ο Oscar Wilde. Είναι το πρώτο έργο του που διάβασα και ανυπομονώ να πιάσω στα χέρια μου και τα επόμενα :)


    10. My senior year of high school, I read this play as part of an independent course study of Oscar Wilde. My first impression upon completing it was: "Wow. That Salome is seriously f----d up!" However, four years later while I was searching for a one-act play to direct for my college thesis - and having no particular luck - I remembered this play. Reading it again produced in me quite a different reaction: if Salome is crazed (I was more discreet in my thoughts at that time), then she is so because [...]


    11. «Estás maldita, Salomé. Estás maldita.» Esta no es como las demás obras de teatro de Oscar Wilde. Por empezar, está basada en un personaje bíblico, Salomé, la princesa de Judea conocida por haber sido quien pidió la cabeza de Juan el Bautista en una bandeja.La edición que leí tiene ilustraciones de Aubrey Beardsley, que para mi gusto acompañaron fabulosamente. A pesar de que fueron hechas en 1894, resultan vanguardistas y transgresoras aún ahora. Me encantó el estilo extraño y gr [...]


    12. ثمة أعمال مسرحية، لا تدرك عظمتها حتى تطلع على التحليلات التي طرحت لها، وترى كيف تباينت الرؤى حول مغزاها، كيف فهمها كل قارئ حسب شخصيته وتجاربه، وتنوع المشاعر التي بثتها في نفس كل قارئ. وهذه هي قمة اﻹعجاز اﻷدبي.هذا العمل الذي كتبه وايلد بالفرنسية وهو في منفاه إثر فضيحة لاتعدو [...]


    13. Dancing with FateLately I have been listening to Richard Strauss's opera 'Salome' so I felt a sudden urge to learn more about Salome through Oscar Wilde's play. Previously I have very much enjoyed his "The Importance of Being Earnest" as well as "An Ideal Husband". Both made me laugh and appreciate Wilde's brilliant wit. The play "Salome" was a very different experience as it focused on a very different type of event. I mostly appreciated the poetic language and Wilde's strong use of similes. Th [...]


    14. "¿Es que me he convertido en vuestro enemigo por deciros la verdad?" (Gálatas 4,16).Una idea central puede ser extraída de esta magnífica pieza de autoría del gran Oscar Wilde: A NADIE LE GUSTA QUE SE LE DIGA LA VERDAD, sobre todo si la conducta en cuestión se halla lejos del sendero correcto, sea éste desde el punto de vista de las leyes terrenas o divinas, y esto se aplica a todas las situaciones que vivimos. ¿Cuántas veces nos hemos enfadado con alguien por decirnos que actuábamos d [...]


    15. "I have kissed thy mouth, Jokanaan, I have kissed thy mouth."So exhales Salome in OWs famous-awful play after she receives his head on a silver platter. With his religio rants, Jo was a tiresome bore. Eve, Delilah, Lot's wife -- the Bible views women brutally while serving sex & sadism girdled with inspirational asides. OWs extravaganza is wittily adapted by Ken Russell as "Salome's Last Dance." I got tangled in this Salome mischief after seeing Rita Hayworth's titular calamity in which she [...]


    16. This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews.The first time I read this, I gave it four stars. And I’m not sure why. It’s really an odd play. Very incoherent and repetitive, as if no one’s hearing and everything’s destiny. It’s very loosely historically accurate. The language in it was lovely, but I can’t put my finger on how it didn’t feel like Wilde. I think my favorite part were the contradictions throughout the play. Salome with John, her love and hate of him and how [...]


    17. First of all, I had no idea this was a one act play. Then I found out it was originally written in French (while Oscar Wilde was in exile in Paris) to avoid the Victorian censorship.Salome is a tale of complex passion. Oscar Wilde's Salome is not an instrument of Herodias. She's a a sensual, sensitive lover who turns into a vengeful executioner. Her mother, Herodias and the present King had imprisoned and put to death, her father, the former king making her a "Hamlet". She falls in love with Joh [...]



    18. [Note: this is a combined review of "Salome" the play and the opera.]It has been said often enough that music has no nationality. Sometimes, a piece of art can transcend culture and language to reach an apex of perfection, in which music and story fuse to produce a stunning art form that grips the heart and mind of the audience. Richard Strauss’ operatic gem “Salome” in German, based on Oscar Wilde’s French play, perhaps deserves to be counted amongst such pieces.Oscar Wilde, the Irish p [...]


    19. “The mystery of love is greater than the mystery of death.”Wilde's Salome was weird and disgusting and also a little satisfying. I can't really talk about any biblical, historical or political backgrounds, but it makes for an entertaining and unusual play, that I'd love to see on stage one day.Find more of my books on Instagram


    20. Enteresan bir oyundu Salomé; ancak İncil'e yapılan göndermeler nedeniyle, özellikle bu göndermelere dair fazlaca bilgim olmadığından dolayı, biraz oyunun içine girmekte ve karakterleri özümsemekte zorlandığımı söyleyebilirim. Bunun haricinde farklı ve güçlü karakterleri okumak oldukça zevkliydi, özellikle Salomé'yi okumak tam bir keyifti. Sondaki tiradını birkaç kez okuduğumu da not düşeyim. Kral Herod, ölen kardeşinin karısı Hérodias'ın karısı ile evlenir; [...]


    21. (Straight to my Favs shelf)(That Moreau painting!)" I am amorous of thy body! Thy body is white like the lilies of a field that the mower hath never mowed. Thy body is white like the snows that lie on the mountains, like the snows that lie on the mountains of Judæa, and come down into the valleys. The roses in the garden of the Queen of Arabia are not so white as thy body. Neither the roses in the garden of the Queen of Arabia, the perfumed garden of spices of the Queen of Arabia, nor the feet [...]


    22. I love how this book was censored back when it was published because Salome's actions were caused by her female sexual desires, which was difficult to imagine back then. Wilde was really ahead of the times in a lot of ways. ♥


    23. After finishing "Salomé", I laughed out loud. That doesn't seem unusual. Oscar Wilde is renown for his witty dialogue and snarky social commentary, so why not laugh? Well, I didn't laugh because of the play's humor, I laughed because I was weirded out. There was one thought that dominated my thinking, and that thought was: What the fuck did I just read?I was taken aback by this play, I was surprised to learn that Oscar didn't solely write Society Plays. I was accostumed to his depiction of an u [...]


    24. The classic, biblical tale has been portrayed many times, in different ways. Oscar Wilde is just one among many authors that saw the potential in the tragedy and made the story his own, as a play. The main story about the tetrarch Herod's daughter that gets John the Baptist's head in exchange for dancing, is the same. But details are different. Historically, Salome was a more passive character, not well defined, without many lines. Originally, she didn't even have a name. She was just a price fo [...]


    25. (Guido Reni)Поразрових се малко повече за информация, след като прочетох пиесата на Уайлд - едноактна трагедия, в чиято основа стои интерпретацията на библейската история за Саломе (или Саломея - от "покой", "мир"). За нея се разказва в Евангелието от Матей и Евангелието от Марк, без [...]


    26. (Read as part of the Complete Works of Oscar Wilde.)This was cute! So step-daddy Herod is a dirty old man, being all lascivious and stuff towards Salomé and wanting her to dance for him. There's a lot of, "No, I don't wanna" and a whole lot of Salomé's mother, Herodius, saying, "No, don't make her". Ultimately she does, but insists that when she does so, she wants Jokanaan's head (aka John the Baptist) brought to her on a platter which Herodius was all, "Yeah, DO IT" about.When you're a dirty [...]


    27. Le aspettative che avevo su questo libro sono state in parte deluse, non perché la storia non sia sufficientemente intrigante, anzi Oscar Wilde, seguendo la corrente dell'estetismo e del decadentismo, utilizza una forma di espressione fin troppo ridondante e, a volte, monocorde facendo perdere mordente alla vicenda. Non nego che sono presenti brani ricchi di poesia davvero degni di nota e indubbiamente molto suggestivi, tuttavia Salomé, nota figura biblica, non guadagna (a mio parere) lo spess [...]



    28. I dont know what Wilde had in his mind before writing this book appears more as a retold story and completely lacks elements of subtle wits & humour, Wilde is known for


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