Eliot’s Perpetual Struggle. The Language of Evil in «Murder at the Cathedral» PDF

Jump to navigation Jump to search The 1780s decade ran from January 1, 1780, to December 31, 1789. March 13, 1781: Uranus is discovered. September 17, 1787: The United Eliot’s Perpetual Struggle. The Language of Evil in «Murder at the Cathedral» PDF Constitution is signed in Philadelphia. This section is transcluded from 1780.

Författare: M. Serena Marchesi.

Una lettura nuova del più noto dramma eliotiano. Marchesi rivela come Eliot attribuisca al Male – i quattro Tentatori e i quattro Cavalieri – una potenzialità argomentativa superiore, basata sulla retorica, sull’intertestualità e, infine, su metodi terapeutici pre-freudiani. L’aderenza al testo dimostra come il tema liturgico e i contenuti religiosi siano stati ampiamente sopravvalutati. “Assassinio nella cattedrale” è riportato alla sua natura originaria: un dramma essenzialmente modernista, radicato nel contesto del dramma sperimentale europeo.

Vincent: British Admiral Sir George Rodney defeats a Spanish fleet. The legislature of New York votes to allow its delegates to cede a portion of its western territory to the Continental Congress for the common benefit of the war. The Omicron Delta Omega co-ed fraternity is founded by Benjamin Franklin. The legislature of Pennsylvania votes, 34 to 21, to approve the Act for the Gradual Emancipation of Slaves.

The British Gazette and Sunday Monitor, the first Sunday newspaper in Britain, begins publication. The University of Münster in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany is founded. The first Epsom Derby horse race is run on Epsom Downs, Surrey, England. American Revolutionary War: Charleston, South Carolina is taken by British forces.

The Cumberland Compact is signed by American settlers, in the Cumberland Valley of Tennessee. The Gordon Riots in London are ended by the intervention of troops. About 285 people are shot dead, with another 200 wounded and around 450 arrested. Battle of Springfield: The Continental Army defeats the British in New Jersey. French soldiers arrive in Newport, Rhode Island to reinforce the colonists, in the American Revolutionary War. The first bank created in the United States, the Bank of Pennsylvania, is chartered. Battle of Camden: British troops inflict heavy losses on a Patriot army at Camden, South Carolina.

Louis XVI of France abolishes the use of torture in extracting confessions. Benedict Arnold gives detailed plans of West Point to Major John André. Three days later, André is captured, with papers revealing that Arnold was planning to surrender West Point to the British. Benedict Arnold flees to British-held New York. In Tappan, New York, British spy John André is hanged by American forces. A lightning strike in Saint Petersburg begins a fire that burns 11,000 homes.

American Revolutionary War: The British San Juan Expedition is forced to withdraw. Emperor Kōkaku accedes to the throne of Japan. Jose Gabriel Kunturkanki, businessman and landowner, proclaims himself Inca Túpac Amaru II. The Duke of Richmond calls, in the House of Lords of Great Britain, for manhood suffrage and annual parliaments, which are rejected. Nikephoros Theotokis starts introducing Edinoverie, an attempt to integrate the Old Believers into Russia’s established church.

The Woodford Reserve bourbon whiskey distillery begins operation in Kentucky. The original Craven Cottage is built by William Craven, 6th Baron Craven, in London, on what will become the centre circle of Fulham F. The amateur dramatic group Det Dramatiske Selskab is founded in Christiania, Norway. Western countries pay 16,000,000 ounces of silver for Chinese goods. The Kingdom of Great Britain reaches c. This section is transcluded from 1781.