Brian Friel

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Brian Friel
Brian Friel.jpg
Født9. januar 1929[1][2][3][4]
Død2. oktober 2015[5][1][2][3] (86 år)
Greencastle, County Donegal[6]
Utdannet ved Ulster University, Maynooth University
6 oppføringer
Oversetter, dramatiker, teaterregissør, politiker, skribent, forfatter
Nasjonalitet Storbritannia, Irland
Medlem av Aosdána, Royal Society of Literature
Utmerkelser Irish PEN Award, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature

Brian Friel (født 9. januar 1929 i Killyclogher nær Omagh i Nord-Irland, død 2. oktober 2015 i Greencastle i County Donegal i Irland) var en irsk dramatiker, oversetter og teaterinstruktør, som i løpet av en lang skrivende karriere fikk ry på seg som en av sin tids ledende irske dramatikere..[7][8][9]

Verker, adaptasjoner[rediger | rediger kilde]

  • 1958: This Doubtful Paradise
  • 1962: The Enemy Within
  • 1964: Philadelphia Here I Come!
  • 1967: Lovers
  • 1968: Crystal and Fox
  • 1973: The Freedom of the City
  • 1975: Volunteers
  • 1977: Living Quarters
  • 1979: Aristocrats
  • 1980: Faith Healer
  • 1980: Translations
  • 1981: Three Sisters,adapsjon av Anton Pavlovitsj Tsjekhov
  • 1982: The Communication Cord
  • 1989: Making History
  • 1990: Dancing at Lughnasa
  • 1992: A Month in the Country, adaptsjon, Ivan Sergejevitsj Turgenev
  • 1993: Wonderful Tennessee
  • 1995: Molly Sweeney
  • 1997: Give Me Your Answer, Do!
  • 1998: Uncle Vanya, adapsjon, Tsjekhov
  • 2001: The Yalta Game, adapsjon, Tsjekhov
  • 2002: The Bear, adapsjon, Tsjekhov
  • 2003: Performances
  • 2005: The Home Place
  • 2008: Hedda Gabler, adaptasjon, Henrik Ibsen

Litteratur[rediger | rediger kilde]

  • Tony Coult: About Friel: the Playwright and the Work. Faber & Faber, London 2003, ISBN 0-571-20164-4
  • Jochen Achilles: “Philadelphia, here I come!” In: Martha Kleinhans, Klaus Stierstorfer (Hrsg.): Lektüren für das 21. Jahrhundert. Schlüsseltexte europäischer Literatur: England, Frankreich, Irland, Italien, Portugal, Russland. Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, 2001, ISBN 3-8260-1944-X, S. 1–26.[10]
  • Jochen Achilles, Rüdiger Imhof: Achilles’ Art. In: Jochen Achilles, Rüdiger Imhof (Hrsg.): Irische Dramatiker der Gegenwart. WBG, Darmstadt 1996, ISBN 3-534-12656-4, S. 38–55
  • Geraldine Higgins: Brian Friel. Northcote House, Tavistock 2010, ISBN 978-0-7463-1130-1
  • Walter T. Rix: Reflexionen des Nordirlandkonfliks: Das irische Drama als Forum des Zeitgeschehens (Brian Friel: The Freedom of the City. 1974). In: Horst Groene, Berthold Schik (Hrsg.): Das moderne Drama im Englischunterricht der Sekundarstufe II, Grundlegungen, Interpretationen, Kursprojekte. Scriptor Verlag, Königstein/Ts. 1980, ISBN 3-589-20743-4, s. 77–98

Referanser[rediger | rediger kilde]

  1. ^ a b Autorités BnF, Brian Friel, 119036305
  2. ^ a b Brockhaus Enzyklopädie, 9. okt. 2017, Brian Friel, friel-brian
  3. ^ a b Internet Broadway Database, 9. okt. 2017, Brian Friel, 4597
  4. ^ SNAC, 9. okt. 2017, Brian Friel, w6hf0mqt
  5. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica Online, 9. okt. 2017, Brian Friel, biography/Brian-Friel
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  7. ^ Nightingale, Benedict. "Brian Friel's letters from an internal exile". The Times. 23 February 2009. "But if it fuses warmth, humour and melancholy as seamlessly as it should, it will make a worthy birthday gift for Friel, who has just turned 80, and justify his status as one of Ireland's seven Saoi of the Aosdána, meaning that he can wear the Golden Torc round his neck and is now officially what we fans know him to be: a Wise Man of the People of Art and, maybe, the greatest living English-language dramatist."
  8. ^ Canby, Vincent."Seeing, in Brian Friel's Ballybeg". The New York Times. 8 January 1996. "Brian Friel has been recognized as Ireland's greatest living playwright almost since the first production of "Philadelphia, Here I Come!" in Dublin in 1964. In succeeding years he has dazzled us with plays that speak in a language of unequaled poetic beauty and intensity. Such dramas as "Translations," "Dancing at Lughnasa" and "Wonderful Tennessee," among others, have given him a privileged place in our theater."
  9. ^ Kemp, Conrad. "In the beginning was the image". Mail & Guardian. 25 June 2010. "Brian Friel, who wrote Translations and Philadelphia ... Here I Come, and who is regarded by many as one of the world's greatest living playwrights, has suggested that there is, in fact, no real need for a director on a production."
  10. ^ Ringvorlesung an der Universität Würzburg 2000. Mit einer Abb. Friels. Diese Vorlesung ist online lesbar bei Google books.