By Gabriel Marcel
Integrated the following: the guts of OthersDot the IThe Double ExpertiseThe LanternColombyre or the Torch of PeacePlus interviews with the translator referring to every one play. in addition to an inventory of texts and audio visuals fabrics to be used in a lecture room setting.Marcel's contributions were well-known the world over with prestigious awards together with: France's nationwide Prize for Literature, the Pirkheimer Prize for Humanism, and the Goethe Peace Prize for selling peace past nationwide frontiers.
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ROSE: I’m not sure what you’re trying to say; but it proves in any case that we were right in judging you much too young. ) I know. ROSE: You once again have that expression which I’d hoped never to see again. Won’t I ever see that happy, confident look you had last Sunday? ) Don’t count on it any more. ROSE: But, John, I haven’t done anything to you. JOHN: No. ROSE: Then? JOHN: That’s not the reason. ) There’s nothing against you in your father’s play. JOHN: It’s not about me, it seems, and it’s true that I’m not taking singing lessons secretly, as Gilbert does.
JOHN: But then why did you let him write it? ROSE: There are certain sacrifices we have no right to ask. JOHN: But it caused you much suffering? ) Yes … I no longer know. ) What do you mean? You no longer know? ROSE: Listen, my dear, it’s not worth talking about me at this moment; it’s you who are important. And you can be absolutely certain that I understand what you are feeling. It seems to me it’s a great suffering, isn’t it? JOHN: And don’t tell me it will be better when I’m older; it’s always that age thing.
I naturally would have wanted things to happen differently. JOHN: It would have all turned out the same. DANIEL: No, I wouldn’t say that. There’s always a way to ease such shocks. JOHN: Nothing prevented you from telling me long ago. DANIEL: Come now, don’t speak with your eyes lowered that way. I judged you still too young to know about such a thing and even now I’m sure I was right. JOHN: That may be … DANIEL: In a certain way it’s better that you know what the situation is. Your ignorance created a certain awkwardness between us, at least in what concerns me.