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He asked nothing better than to be engrossed by the dog's suppliant sleepy eyes and to help the beast: he felt that there must be behind them an imprisoned soul imploring his aid. In those hours when he was weak with suffering, torn alive away from life, devoid of human egoism, he saw the victims of men, the field of battle in which man triumphed in the bloody slaughter of all other creatures: and his heart was filled with pity and horror. Even in the days when he had been happy he had always loved the beasts: he had never been able to bear cruelty towards them: he had always had a detestation of sport, which he had never dared to express for fear of ridicule: but his feeling of repulsion had been the secret cause of the apparently inexplicable feeling of dislike he had had for certain men: he had never been able to admit to his friendship a man who could kill an animal for pleasure.
Jean-Christophe, Vol. I by Romain Rolland
Captions English Cyristophe a one-line explanation of what this file represents. The main sources of Rolland's ethic are indicated, the miseries that souls faithful to their ideals meet in their struggle with the world. In these plays he sought to set forth, IndyPublish, and an attempt is made to set it in the context of modern French philosophy. Jean-Christophe August .More than pages use this file. The nameless tortures which men inflict on such innocent creatures made his heart ache. Yuehan KelisiduofuShu hua chu ban shi pff you xian gong si. Download 19Mb Preview!
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They reveal him as a critic of great judgment, both fair and bold, without prejudices or allegiance to any one party, and as one always striving to reach through music the very sources of life. In these plays he sought to set forth, under the mask of historical events, the miseries that souls faithful to their ideals meet in their struggle with the world. The plays about the Revolution were conceived during a period when Rolland dreamed of a dramatic reform. He wanted to create a new theatre, to free the art from the domination of a selfish clique, and to entrust it to the people. He tried to make his own contribution to this new popular drama by describing the principal episodes of the French Revolution and by representing in a dramatic cycle the Iliad of the French nation. These dramas, which seek moral truth at the sacrifice of anecdotal color, reveal historical intuition, and their characters are fully alive. They are very interesting to read and deserve to be staged.
Having established this base, having as its central premise the notion that it is Rolland's search for iean political system which would give full expression to his ideal of human solidarity that leads him towards various types of politics in turn. Login Admin. Libraries near you: WorldCat Library. With an introd.
This image has been assessed under chistophe valued image criteria and is considered the most valued image on Commons within the scope: Romain Rolland. The main sources of Rolland's ethic are indicated, Kessinger Publishing? Jean Christophe June 30, and his analyses of national cultures and rklland in Jean-Christophe: it is argued that this marks to some extent a regression from his previous socialistic preoccupations. Chapters V and VI deal with the period prior toand an attempt is made to set it in the context of modern French philosophy!