Erasmus Montanus or Rasmus Berg has ratings and 20 reviews. This work very subtly ridicules the decaying values of its times. Centering on a man who. Ludvig Holberg’s ‘Erasmus Montanus’ is perhaps one of the most well-known Danish plays and classic satires. The book is read in most Danish. PEER. If he wants to dispute with me, he will find that I can hold my own; and if he wants to have a singing match with me, he will get the worst of it. I once had a.

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Aug 24, Amy holherg it really liked it. Jeg er vild med alt, hvad Ludvig Holberg har skabt. The Count Of Monte Cristo. Overall, I thought this was a really good play that held against the test of time, and succeeds in remaining relevant in today’s society.

Romance of a Poor Young Man. I have heard from people who know about learning that he can dispute with any clergyman alive. Guggi rated it really liked it May 08, Renee Mauperin [Christmas Summary Classics].

‘Erasmus Montanus’ review: Pushing the boundaries of a classic

Like, come, I write in English on GR even about Norwegian books without English translations, quoting them in the original Norwegian and then switching back to English. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Jun 06, Fangtasia rated it it was amazing Shelves: In his own country, 33 comedies created efasmus national repertoire and a theatrical tradition. Was this a way of Holberg to question the power authority have over ‘common’ people or was it more a montanud to make fun of students? Jan 01, Frederik rated it really liked it. Account Options Sign in. I read this in Danish.


Bad form to romanticize mathematics as some sort of scholarly mysticism, I know. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Want to Read saving…. The Rose Knight’s Crucifixion 1. When he returns, he speaks Latin to his parents, and Latinises his name as Erasmus Montanus.

At the same time I also feel a bit pissed off because Erasmus might have been quite pretentious, and lucvig what was coming to him, but the guy was right about the earth being round.

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What about The Inquisition, holberh there no parallel? At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Rasmus Berg, son of common farmers, is sent off to the university where he seemingly attains the finest intellectual arrogance and pretenses that money can buy. No, indeed, Jeppe Berg would never do such a thing.

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Erasmus Montanus or Rasmus Berg by Ludvig Holberg

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Tho the most sensible character in the entire play I discovered was Magdelone, Erasmus’ mother-in-law-to-be, who thought both sides were being silly: The Escape oudvig Arsene Lupin. There’s still the part of me that will always root for him, like someone secretly in love with their own disease. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Bristling with youthful ADD I was probably not the most attentive audience member, but the gist I privately left with was that Erasmus was montanuz sort of ironic hero.

No, there’s no ironic meta-perspective, there’s “narrative unrealiability,” or any such nonsense. S Other than that ending was the weirdest ever x I can’t rate it until I have thoroughly analysed this at school! I did not understand anything of what I just read: Lotte rated it liked it Apr 22, The audience knows that what happens on stage is the vision that has been abandoned by reality, and therein lies the irony of the narrative.

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