[Reading] ➾ Tango Author Sławomir Mrożek – Motyourdrive.co.uk

Tango pdf Tango, ebook Tango, epub Tango, doc Tango, e-pub Tango, Tango 1b5b2e2c474 Tango To Dramat O Wsp Czesnym Spo Ecze Stwie, W Kt Rym Panuje Konformizm, Anarchia, Brak Postaw Farsow Sytuacj Kompletnego Pomieszania I Rozprz Enia Opanowuje I Wykorzystuje W Adza, Czyli Silny I Brutalny Cham Tango To Ju Klasyka, Najbardziej Znany I Najwa Niejszy Utw R S Awomira Mro Ka O Spo Ecznych Zagro Eniach

10 thoughts on “Tango

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    In 1953, S awomir Mro ek wrote an article that was published in the press urging the Polish government to carry out the death sentences decided by a Polish court for three priests convicted on false charges of treason When asked about the affair later, Mro ek observed that had he lived in Germany during the 1930s he would have been a Hitlerite However, despite his personal failings Mro ek was one of the great men of polish theatre for his era His plays will be revived in Poland and taught at universities for years to come.The text of the play that I read was in an English language anthology of nine notable plays for the period from 1944 to 1975 Among the distinguished authors represented in this book were David Mamet, Tom Stoppard, Bertolt Brecht and two Nobel laureates Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter Mro ek in other words keeps distinguished company even outside of his native country Tango has the potential to enjoy a long posterity survive in the English speaking world because it offers a superb example of the theatre of the absurd It has uproariously weird characters and bizarre situations that violate the norms of conventional drama with the purpose of making the audience member wonder if life has any meaning At the same it has excellent Shavian qualities presenting multiple sides of a philosophical debate in a manner guaranteed to provoke discussion among theatregoers at a caf after a performance The intrigue is very solid being taken from Moli re s Tartuffe.Tango presents a generational conflict between a father Stomil who believes in experimental art and personal life styles versus a son Arthur who wants to restore formalism in art and the actions of individuals in society The debate is resolved by character named Eddie who penetrates the household like Tartuffe seducing first the father s wife and then the son s fianc e Eddie appears to be a Bolshevik being working class, blunt and brutal At the end he kills Arthur to thwart his counterrevolutionary plans, declares himself to be the head of the household and leaves the stage with Arthur s former fianc on his arm.In Tango Mro ek has certainly left the stage director with excellent material with which to stage an entertaining production I personally will not be attending.

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    Grotesque and satire typical for Mro ek Primitive rude Mister Edek kills an idealist Artur and reign of the house of Stomils Brilliant.

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    A parody of a family drama, in which parents are rebels and children at all costs defend the old order None of them can see that there is nothing to rebel against or defend Chaos has dominated the world and will never back down again.An interesting social diagnosis and an important question can modernity be overcome Tango also draws attention to one important aspect power Power, which despite the passage of years, still remains unchanged It s strength, attraction and attractiveness draw in every generation.

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    God what the hellI didn t understand much and I hope we re gonna discuss it narrowly on Polish, because it s so easy to miss the point of this play I definetely did in some way.But all in all, I found this to be funny at times and some quotes really provoked me to think about our society and how we currently live.

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    Tango, 1964 Science has become entangled in its own net, art has become incurably ill with the negation of itself, ideas are losing all their adherents Says Stomil, the head of the family An image of the world as a grotesque place the crisis and the possible end of a civilization This can be turned against totalities rightist as well as leftist Stomil s son decides to rebel against his father and reorder reality Arthur believes that the world can be rationally reworked, seeks out ideas that could once again bond the world, but he is unable to avoid manipulating and using misusing people Eddie has an animal power, is practical, corporal, amoral and vulgar, sees no barriers, ultimately becomes the situation s master and subordinates all others to himself When the contemporary hero seeks to save the world single handedly, that necessarily denotes totality.

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    That was one of my rare encounters with drama, but what an encounter it was Briliant, witty and fun Characters are well constructed, you can clearly understand why they do what they do, why they say what they say But most imporantly you can see their faults and vices Mrozek is just like a swordmaster, but rather than using a stab or a feint, he resorts to dialogue to shatter the fasade that people put up to hide what is ugly in them And he does all that with such an ease I would happily recomend that book if you want to start your adventure with drama In fact it was so intriguing that I cannot wait to see it live on a stage

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    Tango is really worth reading This play is not only amusing, but it also discovers an amazingly true phenomenon of modern society, which is so spoilt and anarchic, that it is a young person who wants to return to the past customs What else can we do if there s nothing to protest against An additional advantage is the incredible absurd humour I d love to see it in a theatre.

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    Remarkable The second act fell a bit short for me, and the conclusion left something to be desired though it offered an interesting parallel to Upton Sinclair s The Millennium A Comedy of the Year 2000 The first act, however, captured my imagination and, one its own, could be called an absurdist masterpiece.

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    This was fantastic It discusses the dangers in romanticizing the past yet warns of an ominous future Set against an interesting political backdrop, it is functions as entertainment as well as being historically informative.

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