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Through his advocacy for a 'people's theatre', he made a significant contribution towards the democratization of the theatre. As a humanist, he embraced the work of the philosophers of India "Conversations with Rabindranath Tagore " and Mohandas Gandhi. Rolland was strongly influenced by the Vedanta philosophy of India, primarily through the works of Swami Vivekananda. A demanding, yet timid, young man, he did not like teaching. He was not indifferent to youth: Jean-Christophe, Olivier and their friends, the heroes of his novels, are young people.
But with real-life persons, youths as well as adults, Rolland maintained only a distant relationship. He was first and foremost a writer. Assured that literature would provide him with a modest income, he resigned from the university in Romain Rolland was a lifelong pacifist.
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He was one of the few major French writers to retain his pacifist internationalist values; he moved to Switzerland. In , his book on Gandhi contributed to the Indian nonviolent leader's reputation and the two men met in In Rolland and Hungarian scholar, philosopher and natural living experimenter Edmund Bordeaux Szekely founded the International Biogenic Society to promote and expand on their ideas of the integration of mind, body and spirit.
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His life was interrupted by health problems, and by travels to art exhibitions. His voyage to Moscow , on the invitation of Maxim Gorky , was an opportunity to meet Joseph Stalin , whom he considered the greatest man of his time. During Serge's imprisonment — , Rolland had agreed to handle the publications of Serge's writings in France, despite their political disagreements.
During the occupation, he isolated himself in complete solitude. Never stopping his work, in , he finished his memoirs. He also placed the finishing touches on his musical research on the life of Ludwig van Beethoven. Zweig profoundly admired Rolland, whom he once described as "the moral consciousness of Europe" during the years of turmoil and War in Europe. Zweig wrote at length about his friendship with Rolland in his own autobiography in English The World of Yesterday. Hermann Hesse dedicated Siddhartha to Romain Rolland "my dear friend".
Rolland attempted to put his theory into practice with his melodramatic dramas about the French Revolution , Danton and The Fourteenth of July , but it was his ideas that formed a major reference point for subsequent practitioners. The essay is part of a more general movement around the turn of that century towards the democratization of the theatre.
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Rolland was a disciple of Pottecher and dedicated The People's Theatre to him. Rolland's approach is more aggressive, though, than Pottecher's poetic vision of theatre as a substitute 'social religion' bringing unity to the nation. Rolland indicts the bourgeoisie for its appropriation of the theatre, causing it to slide into decadence , and the deleterious effects of its ideological dominance. In proposing a suitable repertoire for his people's theatre, Rolland rejects classical drama in the belief that it is either too difficult or too static to be of interest to the masses.
Drawing on the ideas of Jean-Jacques Rousseau , he proposes instead "an epic historical theatre of 'joy, force and intelligence' which will remind the people of its revolutionary heritage and revitalize the forces working for a new society" in the words of Bradby and McCormick, quoting Rolland. Rousseau's influence may be detected in Rolland's conception of theatre-as- festivity , an emphasis that reveals a fundamental anti-theatrical prejudice : "Theatre supposes lives that are poor and agitated, a people searching in dreams for a refuge from thought. If we were happier and freer we should not feel hungry for theatre.
Rolland's dramas have been staged by some of the most influential theatre directors of the twentieth century, including Max Reinhardt and Erwin Piscator. Rolland's most famous novel is the volume novel sequence Jean-Christophe — , which brings "together his interests and ideals in the story of a German musical genius who makes France his second home and becomes a vehicle for Rolland's views on music, social matters and understanding between nations". Freud opened his next book Civilization and its Discontents with a debate on the nature of this feeling, which he mentioned had been noted to him by an anonymous "friend".
This friend was Rolland. Rolland would remain a major influence on Freud's work, continuing their correspondence right up to Freud's death in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Root ed. Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press. Archived from the original on 4 September Retrieved 4 October Ross Lawrence Wolfe. Retrieved 30 November Columbia University Press. Germany is known as the country of poets and thinkers. Whereas today, Germany is home to In this article, we have given some facts about the German culture, which has its roots at the beginning of the first millennium, though through time it has lost and gained different traits from the historical events that have shaped not only Germany but the whole old continent of Europe.
Though English-speaking countries call it Germany, Germans themself call it Deutschland. Berlin is its capital, but Hamburg, Munich and Cologne are also among the main cities of Germany. It is estimated that the average woman in Germany lives around 83 years, while the average man lives 79 years.
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The main language is German and main religion is Christianity. There are a lot of stereotypes about Germans, as that they drink a lot of beer which is true , they are hardworking and punctual which is also true , and that the rate of unemployment in Germany is very low true again. Because of the high number of immigration, there are also languages spoken by a sizable number of communities, as Turkish, Kurdish, Russian, Greek.
Albanian, Polish etc. Today, the average German dress is typically western. Both men and women wear dark simple suits and shirts in business context.
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However, each region of the country have their own traditional costumes, which differ a bit from one another. For example, in the state of Bavaria, the traditional costume for men is leather trousers that end just above the knee, while for women it is a dress that incorporates a bodice, blouse, full skirt and an apron. You can see people wearing these costumes, especially during carnivals or festivals.
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There is also a Muslim minority of 4. The German symbols have changed through different phases in history alongside the events that have shaped its culture and traditions. Today the most known symbol of the country is its black, red and gold flag. Germany is one of the leading nations when it comes to reading, too.
The German publishers, publish around 94 thousand new books each year, and the International Frankfurt Book Fair, which is the most important book event in the world, is held in Germany. According to a research conducted by Allensbach Media Market Analysis, Some of the most famous philosophers were born and lived in Germany, as Immanuel Kant, who played a central role in the history of philosophy, and he was inspired by German philosopher Schopenhauer and Nietzsche who spent their whole lives in Germany.
On the other hand the developers of the communist theory Marx and Engels were also Germans. Germans drink a lot of beer, eat sausages and make bread of different taste. That is not only a stereotype, but a true fact. It is estimated that the average German consumes around liters of beer per year.
Only in alone, Germans drank 2. They are the second largest beer consumers in Europe, after the Czech. Wurst, which means sausages in German, are an important part of the German cuisine, which are made of pork, beef or veal and flavored differently. As for bread, there is a long tradition of bread-baking of which Germans take pride in. There are breads with different shapes, black and white, with different tastes and names, sweet, soft, plain with all types of seeds you could think of. The German cuisine is also rich with different types of delicious traditional foods, as well as vegetarian and vegan.
You may be a picky eater, but in Germany you will always have a lot of choices on what to eat and drink. The largest music festival in Germany, which is also one of the largest in the world, is the Rock am Ring festival which gathers artists and performers, as well as music fans from all over the world. Germany also has many opera houses, which also serve as a tourist attraction for foreign visitors. The country has gone through a tumultuous history, the signs of which are evident in its rich and diverse architecture.