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Tadzio

handsome Polish boy exerts a fatal attraction for an elderly writer. [Ger. Lit.: Thomas Mann Death in Venice]
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Aschenbach becomes mortally addicted to a foreign substance, Tadzio, and, unable to break the habit, he is eventually destroyed by it.
Notably, Aschenbach's Apollonian upbringing did not offer the youthful blitheness that he admires in Tadzio, he had "never known youth's idleness, its carefree negligent ways," nor had he enjoyed the conventional male-male camaraderie that he observes between Tadzio and Jasiu.
Sontag uses this central figure of Tadzio to tell the story of the extraordinary bravery of the Scouts as they work to sabotage the Nazi aggressors, finally taking the fight directly to their enemies.
Elsewhere, the visual evocation of Visconti's Death in Venice occurs fleetingly as Mahler sees a youth costumed like Visconti's image of Tadzio near an actor dressed in the characteristic white suit of Aschenbach at one of the train stations along Mahler's journey, accompanied by the Adagietto from the Fifth Symphony.
Tal escolha indica tambem que o acontecimento da beleza mitica de Tadzio no mundo de Aschenbach, rigidamente ordenado pela razao, possui nao apenas um aspecto extraordinario, no sentido literal da palavra, mas tambem um aspecto terrivel, fatal, que decide o destino do protagonista, tal como na tragedia classica.
The near-abstract set provided an elegant solution to the shifting scene, but the decision to cast several of the troupe of lithe young lads (including Tadzio himself) with female dancers didn't hit the right note.
Al principio de su proceso de seduccion, provocado por el joven Tadzio, Aschenbach todavia cree que al tinturar sus cabellos sera capaz de llamar la atencion del adolescente.
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Una vez mas, se trata de un clise conocido y respecto del cual se cita en la novela la relacion VerlaineRimbaud, pero del cual yo creo que el Tadzio de La muerte en Venecia, sobre todo en la version de Visconti, con el enclenque y contrito Dirk Bogarde haciendo de Aschenbach, resulta mas apropiado.
Though married and the father of six children, Mann had strong homoerotic urges, which he obliquely portrayed in Yonio Kroger's love for Hans Hansen, Gustav von Aschenbach's love for the Polish boy Tadzio in "Death in Venice" and Hans Castorp's love for Pribislav Hippe (another beautiful Slav) in The Magic Mountain.
I glance around at my shelves crammed with books, at titles I still find thrilling, and have the feeling that I was born into a world of literature, that these stories--Chichikov gathering his souls, Emma Bovary writhing on her death bed, Aschenbach yearning after young Tadzio on the beach--have been with me since I first managed to puzzle out the shapes of all the letters in the alphabet.
PLAYING EVERYONE FROM TADZIO, the adolescent blond object of desire in Luchino Visconti's Death in Venice (1971), to Jack Nicholson's world-weary Jake in Roman Polanski's Chinatown (1974), Ming Wong has made a career out of reenacting scenes from canonical films.