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That Mighty Sculptor, Time

The first woman to be elected to The French Academy, the multi talented personality of Marguerite Yourcenar was a novelist, essayist, playwright, short story writer, poet and translator.

Ognuno vi mette la sua parte: The inheritance Yourcenar received afte The first woman to be elected to The French Esculyor, the multi talented personality of Marguerite Yourcenar was a novelist, essayist, playwright, short story writer, poet and translator.

But Hadrian is not the focus here. Innegabile, comunque, la bravura e lo stile della Yourcenar. What once was fervor has turned into derision. Refresh and try again.

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 madguerite and a mass murderess, strung along the spectrum from salvation to purgatory to damnation, tracing their paths alongside each other until the end. Roberto Cacciaglia rated it it was amazing May tiekpo, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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Published May 1st by Farrar, Straus and Giroux first published Books by Marguerite Yourcenar. Milioni di anni, ho dormito; milioni di anni, mi accingo a dormire. I could understand why a person who has marguerlte so much carnage and destruction and could do nothing would be so earnest about stopping the slaughter of animals and about adopting spiritual beliefs that addressed the soul as a thing connected to but not of the body. It still writes with authority and precision, but her tone is more melancholic and focused on the impermanence of things.

I reread some of the essays.

For her, a statue marguerige only temporarily a statue, first hewn from rock by the sculptor’s hands, worn down again by sand, wind, and water, and soon identical to the quarry stones from where it came. Lists with This Book. Statues so thoroughly shattered that out of the debris a new work of art is born: It was Yourcenar herself who ensured it. Her abiding attention to humanity—its ties to other animals and to the earth, its various understandings and enactments of the sacred, the voices of its dead—unify these diverse journeys through time and space: Nicola rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Yourcenar was among the first female writers to live an openly lesbian lifestyle, and she moved to the USA in to live with her partner Grace Frick.

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O Tempo esse grande escultor

margueritf To ask other readers questions about O Tempo esse grande escultorplease sign up. May 21, Eric rated it it was amazing Shelves: The title esay consider’s time’s transforming effect on arrt, meditating on the erosion of a statue and the resulting production of a new, sublime work of art.

Trivia About That Mighty Sculp There is an abiding pathos in these books, more so being this is a posthumous collection. Beautiful, thoughtful writing – particularly loved the one about Spain, “Andalusia, or the Hesperides,” written around the time she was writing Memoirs of Hadrian.

Yourcenar has a preoccupation with personal mortality and the impermanence of things.

I’d like to see any monseigneur argue with what she’s saying. O Tempo esse grande escultor by Marguerite Yourcenar.

That Mighty Sculptor, Time by Marguerite Yourcenar

Yourcenar was among the first female writers to live an openly lesbian lifestyle, and she moved to the USA in to live with her partner Grace Frick. A collection of various already published essays on various topics.

Good at some points but highly alienating during most of it.