Manfred est un drame en vers de George Gordon Byron, dit Lord Byron, publié en 1817.Cette pièce s'inspire, pense-t-on, dans son plan, du Faust de Goethe et selon certains, contiendrait une allusion du poète pour sa demi-sœur Augusta Leigh.

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  • Manfred est un drame en vers de George Gordon Byron, dit Lord Byron, publié en 1817.Cette pièce s'inspire, pense-t-on, dans son plan, du Faust de Goethe et selon certains, contiendrait une allusion du poète pour sa demi-sœur Augusta Leigh.
  • Manfred (in italiano anche Manfredi - Manfredo) è un poema drammatico in tre atti scritto da Lord Byron alla fine del 1816 e pubblicato nel 1817.Byron stesso l'aveva definito un "poema metafisico".Esso contiene elementi fantastici che ben si adattano alla popolarità che le storie di fantasmi avevano all'epoca.Alcuni critici considerano Manfred come autobiografico o addirittura confessionale poiché nel protagonista torturato dal senso di colpa per un crimine indicibile, rivedono l'autore nel periodo successivo al fallimento del suo matrimonio quando decise di dedicarsi alla composizione dell'opera.Il poema è stato riadattato musicalmente da Robert Schumann nel 1852. Čajkovskij ne trasse una sinfonia nel 1885, mentre nel 1973 Carmelo Bene ne fece una sua versione per il teatro.
  • Manfredo (1817) é um poema dramático do escritor inglês Lorde Byron.
  • Manfred is a dramatic poem written in 1816–1817 by Lord Byron. It contains supernatural elements, in keeping with the popularity of the ghost story in England at the time. It is a typical example of a Romantic closet drama. Manfred was adapted musically by Robert Schumann in 1852, in a composition entitled Manfred: Dramatic Poem with music in Three Parts, and later by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in his Manfred Symphony. Friedrich Nietzsche was impressed by the poem's depiction of a super-human being, and wrote some music for it.Byron wrote this "metaphysical drama", as he called it, after his marriage failed in scandal amidst charges of sexual improprieties and an incestuous affair between Byron and his half-sister, Augusta Leigh. Attacked by the press and ostracised by London society, Byron fled England for Switzerland in 1816 and never returned. Because Manfred was written immediately after this, and because it regards a main character tortured by his own sense of guilt for an unmentionable offence, some critics consider it to be autobiographical, or even confessional. The unnamed but forbidden nature of Manfred's relationship to Astarte is believed to represent Byron's relationship with his half-sister Augusta.Byron commenced this work in late 1816, only a few months after the famed ghost-story sessions which provided the initial impetus for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The supernatural references are made clear throughout the poem.
  • Manfred ist der Titel eines dramatischen Gedichts in drei Akten von George Gordon Lord Byron aus dem Jahre 1817. Es zählt zu den wichtigsten Werken nicht nur Byrons, sondern der ganzen Romantik.
  • 『マンフレッド』(Manfred)は、バイロンによる劇詩。1817年にクローゼット・ドラマとして発表されたが、1824年にコヴェント・ガーデンで上演された。シューマンやチャイコフスキーによって音楽化された。ニーチェの超人思想にも影響を与えた。ゲーテの『ファウスト』からの影響があるとされる。
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  • Manfred est un drame en vers de George Gordon Byron, dit Lord Byron, publié en 1817.Cette pièce s'inspire, pense-t-on, dans son plan, du Faust de Goethe et selon certains, contiendrait une allusion du poète pour sa demi-sœur Augusta Leigh.
  • Manfredo (1817) é um poema dramático do escritor inglês Lorde Byron.
  • Manfred ist der Titel eines dramatischen Gedichts in drei Akten von George Gordon Lord Byron aus dem Jahre 1817. Es zählt zu den wichtigsten Werken nicht nur Byrons, sondern der ganzen Romantik.
  • 『マンフレッド』(Manfred)は、バイロンによる劇詩。1817年にクローゼット・ドラマとして発表されたが、1824年にコヴェント・ガーデンで上演された。シューマンやチャイコフスキーによって音楽化された。ニーチェの超人思想にも影響を与えた。ゲーテの『ファウスト』からの影響があるとされる。
  • Manfred is a dramatic poem written in 1816–1817 by Lord Byron. It contains supernatural elements, in keeping with the popularity of the ghost story in England at the time. It is a typical example of a Romantic closet drama. Manfred was adapted musically by Robert Schumann in 1852, in a composition entitled Manfred: Dramatic Poem with music in Three Parts, and later by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in his Manfred Symphony.
  • Manfred (in italiano anche Manfredi - Manfredo) è un poema drammatico in tre atti scritto da Lord Byron alla fine del 1816 e pubblicato nel 1817.Byron stesso l'aveva definito un "poema metafisico".Esso contiene elementi fantastici che ben si adattano alla popolarità che le storie di fantasmi avevano all'epoca.Alcuni critici considerano Manfred come autobiografico o addirittura confessionale poiché nel protagonista torturato dal senso di colpa per un crimine indicibile, rivedono l'autore nel periodo successivo al fallimento del suo matrimonio quando decise di dedicarsi alla composizione dell'opera.Il poema è stato riadattato musicalmente da Robert Schumann nel 1852.
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