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If that is the case, we need to be open to the change, and ready and willing to face the same challenges all prophets throughout time have faced. And, as has happened to all prophets throughout time, all three of these figures faced elements of significant rejection. God literally picks Ezekiel up off the ground where he has fallen prostrate because he knows his own unworthiness before God. Ezekiel has the task of speaking the truth without regard to the response.
Authentic ministry speaks the truth regardless of response. God calls us to faithfulness and obedience, not success.
Yes, faithfulness and obedience, not success. These are simple guidelines, but they are so counter-cultural for us because we live in a highly success driven culture. Every system in which we function elevates winners, and judges everyone else.
We judge people caught in poverty, we judge the uneducated, those struggling with disabilities or addictions, the unpretty, the unloved.
All that's true enough, but there's something worse out there, in the dark. The world is in chaos: violence is rife, nightmares everywhere. The article does not venture into criticism, but is almost entirely a resumé of Shakespeare translation in Norway and Denmark. It is less well informed than we should expect, and contains, among several other slips, the following " He is quite obviously ignorant of Rosenfeldt's translation of 1790; and the Rahbek-Sanders translation of 1801 seems also to have escaped him, although Hauge expressly refers to this work in his introduction.
Both of these early attempts are in prose; Foersom's, to be sure, is in blank verse, but Foersom's Macbeth is not Shakespeare's. Accordingly, it is, in a sense, true that Hauge in 1855 did give the Dano-Norwegian public their first taste of an unspoiled Macbeth in the vernacular.
Modern languages then offered no avenue to preferment, and why, forsooth, did men 11 attend lectures and take examinations except to gain the means of earning a livelihood? He justifies his interest, however, by the seriousness and industry with which Shakespeare is studied in Germany and England. With the founts of this study he is apparently familiar, and with the influence of Shakespeare on Lessing, Goethe, and the lesser romanticists.
It is interesting to note, too, that two scholars, well known in widely different fields, Monrad, the philosopher—for some years a sort of Dr. Johnson in the literary circles of Christiania—and Unger, the scholarly editor of many Old Norse texts, assisted him in his work. The character of Hauge's work is best seen in his notes. They consist of a careful defense of every liberty he takes with the text, explanations of grammatical constructions, and interpretations of debated matters.
For example, he defends the witches on the ground that they symbolize the power of evil in the human soul. We may say that Shakespeare in them and their train has endowed the demons of the New Testament with flesh and blood. Again, he would change the word incarnadine to incarnate on the ground that Twelfth Night V offers a similar instance of the corrupt use of incardinate for incarnate.
The word occurs, moreover, in English only in this passage. I give the note in full. He knew his field and worked with the painstaking fidelity of the man who realizes the difficulty of his task. The translation he gave is of a piece with the man—faithful, laborious, uninspired.
But it is, at least, superior to Rosenfeldt and Sander, and Hauge justified his work by giving to his countrymen the best version of Macbeth up to that time. C 8 Monrad himself reviewed Hauge's Macbeth in a careful and well-informed article, in Nordisk Tidsskrift for Videnskab og Literatur, which I shall review later. D One of the most significant elements in the intellectual life of modern Norway is the so-called Landsmaal movement.
It is probably unnecessary to say that this movement is an effort on the part of many Norwegians to substitute for the dominant Dano-Norwegian a new literary language based on the "best" dialects. This language, commonly called the Landsmaal, is, at all events in its origin, the creation of one man, Ivar Aasen.
But obviously it was not enough to provide a grammar and a word-book. Hun lever ofte et aristokratisk liv og tenderer til aseksualitet Fischer 1978 s. Den norske forfatteren Ragnhild Jølsen skriver noen steder om det som har vært kalt en l homme fatalfigur i selvstendig og nyskapende kontrast til den etablerte femme fatal-figuren.
Morgenbladet oktober 2009 s. Noen forskere mener at dekadansen strekker seg fra Baudelaire midt på 1800-tallet og helt fram til 1. Baudelaire skrev til den belgiske kunstneren Félicien Rops og roste kunstnerens omslagsbilde til samlingen Vrakrestene 1866; Les Épaves Védrine 2002 s. Bildet har et skjelett i midten som strekker grenete armer mot himmelen.
Også Mallarmé korresponderte med Rops og beundret tegningene til den belgiske kunstneren Védrine 2002 s.
Rops anses som en typisk dekadent bildekunstner, og hans produksjon inkluderer mange erotiske bilder. Rops' erotiske kult har blitt beskrevet som ekstrem inntil det patologiske Buvik 1989 s. Tyskeren Karl Robert Eduard von Hartmanns pessimistiske filosofi begynte å bli kjent i Frankrike på 1870-tallet. En samling aforismer og fragmenter av Schopenhauer ble oversatt til fransk i Den franske psykologen Theodule- Armand Ribots bok Schopenhauers filosofi 1874 kom i flere opplag fram til århundreskiftet.
Schopenhauers hovedverk Verden som vilje og forestilling ble oversatt til fransk i 1886 Court-Perez 1987 s. Schopenhauers oppfattet livets grunnmodus som en blanding skuffet kjedsomhet og bitter lengsel.
Hans filosofi ble av Huysmans oppfattet som en ureduserbar pessimisme Court-Perez 1987 s. Huysmans interesserte seg for esoterisk litteratur. Franskmannen Édourd Schurés bok De store invidde: Utkast til religionenes hemmelige historie ble publisert i Den kjente kvinnen Berthe de Courrière skal i 1889 ha innvidd Huysmans i okkultisme Court-Perez 1987 s.
In 1889, Huysmans also met Rémy de Gourmont s mistress Berthe Courrière, a cabbalist and occultist, learned in the history of Asiatic religions and philosophies, fascinated by the veil of Isis, initiated by dangerous personal experiences into the most redoubtable mysteries of the Black Art Birkett 1986 s. Huysmans hevdet at mang en tilsynelatende vanlig borger med et banalt liv skjuler et svart mysterium Birkett 1986 s.
Joseph-Antoine Boullan, the unfrocked priest who became one of his major sources of information of occult practices and who was instrumental in his conversion to Catholicism. Boullan s activities as an exorcist in connection with his Société pour la réparation des âmes, encouraging unwary clients into intercourse with Christ and the saints, had led to his being thrown out of the Church in Immediately he made contact with Pierre-Eugène-Michel Vintras, a devout labourer, with an excitable but weak brain Eliphas Lévy, The History of Magic [ Des Esseintes i Huysmans roman Mot strømmen leser sveitseren Jakob Sprengers bok Malleus maleficarum 1487; også kalt Heksehammeren, og også andre steder i forfatterskapet nevner Huysmans tilsvarende litteratur om det djevelske Buvik 1989 s.
Hos Huysmans er satanismen en form for hysteri eller nevrose Buvik 1989 s.
Den franske presten Joseph-Antoine Boullan publiserte teksten Satans tempel 1891. On the night of 4 January 1893, Joseph-Antoine Boullan was beaten by the invisible hands of fearsome hidden forces. He wrote about his presentiments to the author Joris-Karl Huysmans, who had just finished his book Là-Bas, which was something like a history of satanism Huysmans on the one hand, Stanislas de Guaita on the other. Perhaps the most famous Satanist in the 19th century was the Abbé Boullan of France, who became the head of an offshoot of the church of Carmel and allegedly practiced black magic and infant sacrifice.
Boullan and de Guaita supposedly engaged in magical warfare. Boullan and his friend, the novelist J. Huysmans, claimed to be attacked by demons. When Boullan collapsed and died of a heart attack on January 3, 1893, Huysmans believed it was due to an evil spell cast by de Guaita, and said so in print. De Guaita challenged him to a duel, but Huysmans declined and apologized. In the Christian contradiction of Purity and Lust, Huysmans sees a new source of vitality for art. I skildringen av en svart messe var han påvirket av den sveitsiske middelaldermunken Jacob Sprengers Heksehammeren 1487; originaltittel Malleus maleficarum Birkett 1986 s.
I den franske forfatteren Octave Mirbeaus dekadente egoisme the politics of murder is made to seem the natural way of life Birkett 1986 s. Mirbeau skrev en bitter satire om dekadanse, Torturhagen 1899; fransk tittel Le Jardin de supplices Birkett 1986 s. Mirbeaus roman er antakelig the most seductive account of sadism produced in the decadent era, the novel is also the most precise analysis of how power works in society. It discloses the patterns of cruelty and dominance on which relationships between individuals and between individuals and State are founded, and shows how individual imagination and instinct are drafted into the service of collective oppression.
Mirbeau skrev: Nothing exalts lust like a nun s disguise; a hairshirt, properly worn, is a marvellous prop for accursed passions sitert fra Birkett 1986 s. Octave Mirbeaus roman L Abbé Jules 1888; oversatt til norsk i 1919 med tittelen Abbed Julius er preget av sombre violence, disappointed idealism and frustrated eroticism Birkett 1986 s.
Hovedpersonen Jules is the neurotic, who oscillates between desires to cause pain to others as a mark of his revolt, and equally inexplicable fits of sick remorse. His decision to become a priest, at the end of a libertine adolescence, scandalizes his mother [ He steals from his bishop to buy books.
But his greatest sins are those of the flesh.
He humiliates and assaults a peasant girl, pressing her to confess incest and bestiality, urging her to blasphemy Birkett 1986 s.
His bishop was too sleepy to hear him confess to trying to rape the peasant girl. At the top, on the throne, lolls shameless orgy, orgy made law You have charge of souls Religions especially Catholicism have become the chief pimps for love Love has dominion over life, like the whip has dominion over the back of the slave it tears to pieces, or the murderer s knife has dominion over the breast where it digs!
Mirbeau likestiller melancholy, Hamletism, pessimism and the absence of love Birkett 1986 s. The Baron Jacques d Adelsward Fersen, dabbler in royalist politics, Satanism and paganism, organized Neronic orgies in his flat in the avenue Friedland, beginning with processions of children in Greek costume, dramatizing Baudelaire s poetry, and ending in the regrettable excesses that filled the newspapers in the second half of Birkett 1986 s.
Reportedly there had been sexual activity between the Baron and the boys. Many prominent ladies and gentlemen came to gape at these exhibitionist tableaux vivants and poses plastiques, and some of the observers actually participated in them.
The much admired courtesan Liane de Pougy, for example, posed as the Callipygian Venus. But scandal erupted following a failed blackmail attempt by Jacques' former valet, Pierre G. Fersens' mother refused to pay.
The blackmailer went to the police. A number of schoolboys were shadowed and their activities observed, after which the police stepped in. Fersen was arrested together with another aristocrat, Hamelin de Warren. The schoolboys came from 'good' families and attended 'good' schools.
When it turned out that a number of top people had attended the 'orgies', the court decided to drop some charges.
The socalled 'Black Masses' seem to have involved poetry readings and the acting out of mythological scenes involving semi-naked lads.
Fersen was sent to jail for six months. This is why I remain calm, As the rope is tightening around my neck. Silent witnesses can not give comfort. The ordinary man in the assembly of the "gravechoir".
Tha land of perdition I created by my own hands. This intense attraction to the portals of death I have as A wandering study of tearful black mass. Controlled since the dawning of time, But something I never would let go..
Den gode Mave: I Rebellerne. I undersøge blot de Raad det giver Og alt dets Omhue. Aside from the preponderance of feminine endings, which is inevitable in Scandinavian blank verse, what strikes us most in this translation is its laboriousness. The language is set on end. Inversion and transposition are the devices by which the translator has managed to give Shakespeare in metrically decent lines. The proof of this is so patent that I need scarcely point out instances.