By Gabriel Marcel
Integrated the following: the center of OthersDot the IThe Double ExpertiseThe LanternColombyre or the Torch of PeacePlus interviews with the translator referring to each one play. in addition to an inventory of texts and audio visuals fabrics to be used in a school room setting.Marcel's contributions were famous across the world 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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46 A Path to Peace DANIEL: Ah! Good! That’s interesting. Now then, this poor external world of ours, does it really exist? ) As for me I know that it seems much more enlightened to say that it does not exist, but I don’t really know what that means. Do you sometimes talk among yourselves about what has been discussed in class? JOHN: No. DANIEL: What do you talk about then? JOHN: That depends. DANIEL: My poor little man, it’s not easy to draw you out. ) My dear, it’s time for you to go and change.
ROSE: Good evening, Monsieur. DE CHARLANNE: Excuse me for coming so late, but at the read through your play made such a strong impression on me, and at the time I was incapable of expressing it properly, so I wanted to come and congratulate you before I leave. ROSE: You’re leaving Paris, Monsieur? DE CHARLANNE: My wife and I are going to spend three months at Cannes, as we do every year. Madame de Charlanne’s A Path to Peace 42 health can’t tolerate our Parisian winters. ) Back to your play, you know it’s truly masterful, and then the situation is so original, a bit daring; even quite daring.
JOHN: Then, that’s the reason? DANIEL: For what? JOHN: For the way you’ve been toward me. DANIEL: What do you mean? JOHN: It’s certain that there can’t be many fathers who treat their sons the way you’ve treated me. DANIEL: I haven’t treated you cruelly. JOHN: Oh, no … DANIEL: I haven’t been severe. JOHN: You haven’t been exactly gentle and understanding. DANIEL: Then you feel I didn’t know how to relate to you? JOHN: That depends. DANIEL: Explain yourself. JOHN: That all depends on what one is looking for.