Carlo Gozzi: Translations of The Love of Three Oranges, Turandot, and The Snake Lady : with a Bio-critical Introduction
Until now, three of Gozzi's most influential dramas--The Love of Three Oranges, Turandot, and The Snake Lady--have remained inaccessible to English-speaking audiences. This important contribution in theatre studies offers translations of Gozzi's best known works that are accurate, idiomatic, and highly theatrical, promoting awareness of the achievements of the commedia dell'arte and Venice's rich and unique culture in the 18th century. An insightful biographical and critical introduction offers new insights into the work of this influential 18th-century Italian dramatist.
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ADELMA ALTOUM Assan Badur BARACH battle beautiful become Bedredino beloved BRIGHELLA CALAF Canzade Carlo Goldoni Carlo Gozzi Celio Cherestani CLARICE comic commedia dell'arte court Creonta cruel curse daughter dead dear death Demogorgon desert desperate Divan endure enters eunuchs exits Faranza Farfarello Fata Morgana father fear finally flee fool girl gods Goldoni Gozzi's plays guards happened happy hate head heart heaven hope horrible husband hypochondria kill King kingdom laugh Leandro leave Listen looking lost Love of Three magic Majesty marry ministers misery Morgon mortal mother names offstage opera palace Pekin poor Prince Farruscad Prince Tartaglia Puccini's queen Rezia riddles Scene SCHIRINA seraglio Sire slave Smeraldina snake soldiers stage Stop stranger suffering sword tell theater theatrical three oranges throne Tiflis Timur Togrul told tomb tomorrow Turandot unhappy Venice weeps wife witch wizard Geonca woman Zelima Zemina