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Duse

Eleonora . 1858--1924, Italian actress, noted as a tragedienne
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The notably unattractive D'Annunzio--one lover compared his eyes to petites cacas (little blobs of shit)--projected his own feeling of ugliness onto the character based on Duse.
Il fuoco (The Flame, 1900) recounts the story of his turbulent love affair with Eleonora Duse.
In "Cenere by Grazia Deledda and Eleonora Duse," Margherita Heyer-Caput discusses the adaptation as a complex interaction between written and visual codes adopted by writer and actress.
The analysis of the film version that concludes this enormously rich chapter highlights the importance of it in film history, given that it is the only film in which the great stage actress Eleanora Duse acted.
Perovic O, Koornhof HJ, Crewe-Brown HH, Duse AG, van Nierop W, Galpin JS.
Along the way she also gives full due to such as Claude Debussy, Isadora Duncan, Darious Milhaud and Eleanora Duse as they experimented with what could have been an eternal art form.
Set in the roaring twenties, the novel revolves around Lucho and Wenceslao, lovers and screwballs who lead us on a madcap journey from their native Bogota to Havana, where the not-so-famous Italian actress Eleonora Duse is scheduled to give a special performance.
The idea is certainly a winner: Stage rivals Sarah Bernhardt and Eleonora Duse, in Paris to play the same role - different engagements - at the same theater are held hostage on the set by a bomb-toting anarchist.
An earlier significant moment in Lowell's life was when she saw a performance by the Italian actress Eleanora Duse in 1902.
One project in development, The Rivals, is about the bitter competition between the legendary stage actresses Sarah Bernhardt and Eleonora Duse.
Skoda says the Pumpe Duse technology provides higher power output and torque in the same TDI engine size, while still achieving excellent fuel economy and low pollutant emissions.
Black sailors directed Garvey to Duse Mohamed Ali, an articulate African nationalist, Shakespearean actor, aspiring entrepreneur, and publisher of the African Times and Orient Review (ATOR).