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I stepped on deck the sky still wholly dark was truly the iron sky of Homer s poems indifferent to man s woes and joys alikeBut the man looking at the limitless space above him was not indifferent He knew the woes of his people and joys of his imperium sine fine He knew he was both human and supremely divine Hadrian the Good Hadrian the Almost Wise I didn t know much about Hadrian Only his name along with some cursory details occupied a negligible space of my knowledge bank I details occupied a negligible space of my knowledge bank I t know Marguerite Yourcenar or Grace Frick either So to ead about a Roman Emperor by way of fictional memoirs was an unlikely venture for me I was curious ather than interested as to what exactly this book has achieved which made several of my friends here to write some eally exceptional paean in its honor And now here I am adding another voice in telling others that no matter how big or small your library is it is essentially incomplete without Memoirs of Hadrian The traces of a golden era which existed centuries ago can be found among the walls of oyal palaces the colors of timeless paintings and the magnificence of stationary sculptures They not only tell about the artist s muse but the artist themselves But every so often a thick curtain of those muse but the artist themselves But every so often a thick curtain of those centuries comes in between the creator and the creation It is then that a need arises of transcending the margins of history books of crossing the vanished borders of being a different person altogether The insight euired in depicting a time period other than one is born into and the love euired in capturing the beauty of an important individual one has never met becomes the steadfast foundation of an unparalleled wonder Marguerite Yourcenar has given us one such wonder which would stay by your side Marguerite Yourcenar has given us one such wonder which would stay by your side in this lifetime and beyond When useless servitude has been alleviated as far as possible and unnecessary misfortune avoided there will still emain as a test of man s fortitude that long series of veritable ills death old age and incurable sickness love unreuited and friendship ejected or betrayed the mediocrity of a life less vast than our projects and duller than our dreams in short all the woes caused by the divine nature of things Being a dying person and still feeling a sense of tremendous esponsibility towards th. Вымышленные записки воспоминания римского императора в поразительно точных и живых деталях воскрешают эпоху правления этого мудрого и просвещенного государя полководц. ,
E mankind is a mark of a true leader Hadrian while on his death bed beueathed a small package of valuable eflections in the form of a lovely letter to young Marcus Aurelius but behind the salutation of Dear Mark one can imagine their own name being addressed These are the most beautiful and honest thoughts I have ever laid my eyes on This is how Yourcenar has given us a Memorable Trip To A Glorious World Which Was And Where trip to a glorious world which was and where still is She hasn t presented her hero in the shining bright light of
PERFECTION AND RIGHTEOUSNESS HADRIAN WAS FALLIBLE 
and ighteousness Hadrian was fallible he knew how to strike that difficult balance between the different philosophies of life If his conuests had humility his losses contained prudent lessons If he had immense love for his empire he had deep espect for other cultures If he cultivated virtues of his men he mitigated his own vices too He was not God but he was Godlike With mesmerizing writing exuisite translation and the portrait of a majestic uler everything here is much than what their title suggest Hadrian was than an Emperor Marguerite was than a writer Grace was than a translator and this was than a writer Grace was than a translator and this it is much than a book Hospes Comesue Margerite Yourcenar s Hadrian is not only the Roman Emperor citizen of the world and deified uler whose heart throbbed at the cadence of Greek poetry whose esilient physiue conuered the barbarian borders of northern Britannia whose strategic mind enforced groundbreaking laws to egulate the use of slaves and to promote culture in the Pantheon whose modesty silenced insurgent voices and whose excesses intimidated allied ones I have come to think that great men are characterized by the extreme position which they take and that heir heroism consists in holding to that extremity throughout their lives They are our poles or our antipodes Underneath the imposing greatness of the historical figure that Yourcenar pens with unfaltering dexterity a moribund man exhales his last breath prostrated on his deathbed and confronts his contradictory selves Drowned in erotic ambiguity haunted by idyllic emembrances of platonic love and superfluous infatuation Hadrian drops the mask of formidable Emperor and shows himself as a vulnerable man plagued by his emorse aggressive pride and eckless ambition who can t impede the upc. а философа и покровителя искусств эпоху ставшую золотым веком в истории Римской империи Автор выдающаяся писательница Франции первая женщина член Академии великолепно
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Oming dissolution of the world he has so meticulously constructed with obsessive discipline and bloodstained sacrifice Combining prodigious efinement with erudite depth discipline and bloodstained sacrifice Combining prodigious efinement with erudite depth masters the first person narrative "And Becomes A Multifaceted Ventrilouist That Deconstructs "becomes a multifaceted ventrilouist that deconstructs layers of Hadrian s overpowering personality while unfolding his intimate ponderings about ageing and death friendship and true love art and philosophy justice and social order with academic igorousness and aesthetic excellence creating a dramatic tension that eaches its peak through self absorbed observation ather than galloping actionAnd when the last line is avidly consumed and the confessor meets its nemesis no historical grandeur or emarkable feat will be imprinted on the eader s ephemeral memory The intoxicating scent of literary perfection is what will linger in anonymous nostrils the texture of velvety words is what will invade mental taste buds and a wave of disarming tenderness and stunned egret will choke the humbled witness of the emnants of two thousand years of magnificence folly and debatable progress that meander the moors of emote lands that once yielded to one of the of emote lands that once yielded to one of the men of ancient history Hadrian s Wall November 2014 This is a gorgeous book by Marguerite Yourcenar with the emperor writing to future emperor philosopher Marcus Aurelius about his life and the burdens of leadership Its tone is a perfect balance of nostalgia egret and pride all mixed together A true masterpiece that took her ten years to write it is also very short and a magnificent ead I found that it was very inspirational and was amazed in how this period of Roman history comes alive under Yourcenar s able pen An incredible eadIt is ather unfortunate that few current political leaders give off such a breath of humanity and maturity Through the mists of time the clouds lift but only partly always emain overcast they never give up their deep secrets and the myths will continue such is history such was the Roman This book is the fruit of one of the most ambitious literary projects I have ever seen At the age of twenty Marguerite Yourcenar conceived the idea of writing the life of the Emperor Hadrian She spent five years on the task then destroyed the manuscript and all her notes. ?ладея историческим материалом и мастерски используя достоверные исторические детали рисует Адриана человеком живым удивительно близким и понятным нашему современнику.