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- Kurzbeschreibung"To give symphonic shape to verbal narrative"--this <br>was the main target Anthony Burgess set for himself <br>before writing the Napoleon Symphony. Himself being <br>a composer, music played a prominent role in his <br>life, and Burgess did not separate these two fields <br>of art, rather tried to approximate them as much <br>as possible. Burgess never deterred from <br>experimenting, he was famous for his strong and <br>original linguistic power with which he wrote his <br>novels. One of his main sources for inspiration was <br>music.<br>In this book the author examines two novels, A <br>Clockwork Orange and the Napoleon Symphony from <br>Burgess's oeuvre from a special point of view. The <br>book presents how music and especially how symphonic <br>structure appear in the two novels and in Burgess's <br>art.<br>Can music teach anything to a novelist? What is a <br>postmodern writer might learn from this art? These <br>questions are being answered in this book.
- AutorZsuzsanna Starecz
- Seiten68 Seiten
- Gewicht106 g
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