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v The author of the book: Georges Rodenbach
Edition: Srpska književna zadruga
Date of issue: 2006
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Roman belgijskog pisca Žorža Rodenbaha Briž, mrtvi grad najbolji je roman simbolizma napisan na francuskom jeziku i jedan od najboljih romana tog usmerenja uopšte. Tema romana je jedna ljubavna priča sa neočekivanim tragičnim završetkom. Sadržina romana odvija se u belgijskom gradu Brižu, koji je kao nekadaši lučki grad imao veliki uspon pre dva do tri veka, ali je vremenom postepeno počeo da tone u ekonomski zaborav. Priča romana o ljubavnoj vezi između sredovečnog i uzornog rentijera Iga, i mlade glumice DŽejn, koja Iga u svemu podseća na njegovu pre pet godina umrlu ženu, viđena je u saglasnosti sa pejzažima grada, sa njegovim usamljenim i otuđenim ljudima, sa njegovim maglama i drvoredima, sa kanalima po kojima više ne plove brodovi. Naglašene poetske vrednosti i čulne nijanse ovog romana posebno su istaknute u izvanredno suptilnom prevodu Radivoja Konstantinovića.


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Ebook Briž, mrtvi grad read Online! Georges Rodenbach was born in Tournai to a French mother and a German father from the Rhineland (Andernach). He went to school in Ghent at the prestigious Sint-Barbaracollege, where he became friends with the poet Emile Verhaeren. Rodenbach worked as a lawyer and journalist. He spent the last ten years of his life in Paris as the correspondent of the Journal de Bruxelles, and was an intimate of Edmond de Goncourt. He published eight collections of verse and four novels, as well as short stories, stage works and criticism. He produced some Parisian and purely imitative work; but a major part of his production is the outcome of a passionate idealism of the quiet Flemish towns in which he had passed his childhood and early youth. In his best known work, Bruges-la-Morte (1892), he explains that his aim is to evoke the town as a living being, associated with the moods of the spirit, counselling, dissuading from and prompting action. Bruges-la-Morte was used by the composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold as the basis for his opera Die Tote Stadt. Albrecht Rodenbach, his cousin, was a poet and novelist as well, and a leader in the revival of Flemish literature of the 19th century.


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