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T will and the machine is hidden away from all eye in the symbolical country of which Waltz is a citizen With the same intricate levels of brilliancy as Vladimir Nabokov's other world acclaimed tales The Waltz Invention write in a play form in is a classic tragedy and a comed. Not a bad concept overall but I didn t really enjoy reading about a bunch of cartoon politicians yelling at each other in a stage script format I didn t really feel like it had any meaning until the end

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Изобретение вальса

Mr Nabokov tells us in The Waltz Invention that our salvation today rests on a perfect understanding of the human heart The Waltz Invention written when only a handful of scientists were concerned with atomic possibilities could have been read as a puzzling incredible fantasy. Funny profound and actually a pretty accurate portrayal of some facets of our government at this juncture in time Nabokov what can you say about a man who can write a profound novel on a perverted old man and then write a goddam play like this He is a versatile master of the written word I d suggest giving it a read if you can find a copy

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In those days but of course today a man like Waltz is at the center of our nightmares We had better have a realistic understanding especially of a tyrant's heart in our fissionable age MR Nabokov says Salvator Waltz is in possession of an infernal machine He can operate it a. Well the great writer wasn t a playwright


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  1. says:

    I can't help but cast Peter Sellers in several roles He's Waltz Sellers with thick glasses; he's the Minister Sellers with prosthetic jowls You get the idea Dr StrangeloveMy favorite line in Act One was delivered at the very end by Annabella

  2. says:

    Funny profound and actually a pretty accurate portrayal of some facets of our government at this juncture in time Nabokov what can you say about a man who can write a profound novel on a perverted old man and then write a goddam play like this He is a versatile master of the written word I'd suggest giving it a read if you can find a copy

  3. says:

    Similar to Invitation to a Beheading and Bend Sinister in its surreal tone and political setting Dreamlike but n

  4. says:

    We've tried to make a home movie of this with teddy bears it gets surreal

  5. says:

    Well the great writer wasn't a playwright

  6. says:

    This play was intended to make one point and it can be argued that one point is all any composition should make I would very much lik

  7. says:

    Not a bad concept overall but I didn't really enjoy reading about a bunch of cartoon politicians yelling at each other in a stage script format I didn't really feel like it had any meaning until the end

  8. says:

    Nice to know that even Nabokov wrote a story with the ending And then he woke up

  9. says:

    While I admire Nabokov's prose style and tricky plotting there is something deeply unsatisfying about seeing many of those same techniues presented in dramatic form The idea and many of the incidents are amusing but much of what I t

  10. says:

    The Waltz Invention by Nabokov