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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 128 Seiten
  • Verlag: Crown; Auflage: Reissue (16. September 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0553418971
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553418972
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,7 x 22 cm
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"If you were a rich man, you couldn't buy a better show."--New York Times

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Contains the full text and complete lyrics, as well as photos from the original production starring Zero Mostel. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch .

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Von Ein Kunde am 27. November 1999
Format: Taschenbuch
I loved the play. It it written with an ease and style that is not only pleasing to read, but also very smooth to perform. It is an eloquent statement about families and, of course, tradition. It offers us a view of the necessity of change and the importance that it has in society, not only then, but now as well. I would recomend that anyone interested in the Jewish way of life in the 20s and 30s in Europe, American musicals or simply in families, read this play; it will be well worth your while!
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Von Ein Kunde am 5. März 2000
Format: Taschenbuch
The first thing you have to realize is that this book is better performed than read. The amazing writing style makes you want to read it to the end. I recommend this book 100% to anybody that is interested in reading about a crazy village, a crazy family, a crazy man, an ofcourse a crazy tradition.
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Shalom Aleichem 21. April 2004
Von J. Buford - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Shalom Aleichem was for modern Jewish literature what Mark Twain was for American literature. In one for instance, Aleichem like Twain was the writer's own appropriation. Mark Twain originally was a sounding phrase used by riverboat operators. Shalom Aleichem -- also a sounding phrase -- is used in Jewish communities to welcome eachother and in congregation the bride of the sabbath itself. Both Twain and Aleichem created indelible unforgettable stories with indelible unforgettable characters...like Tevye. And whether you found Tevye through Topol, Mostel or Shalom Aleichem's turn of the century stories themselves, you saw not only a mirror held to the Jewish Everyman but a template for the better inside us all. I like to think that Shalom Aleichem, who died in 1916 would have gladly approved of the appropriation of his character Tevye in this wonderful celebration of life. In my opinion what makes this particular story such a great celebration of life is not that it shrinks from depicting life's sometimes harsh realities, but rather one's ability to overcome them through faith, family and a recognition of the inherent beauty of life. After seeing Tevye in action, his simple eloquence, his love for his family, his courage, his humanness, you can't rightly help yourself from feeling a shared sense of appreciation for life.
La chaim, to life. In all languages, hope sounds just as good.
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Whole Storey 9. März 2006
Von C. Beardall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Wonderful! It's the full script not a novel. It includes some wonderful pictures from the original production.
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Wonderful story of history, traditions and values. 3. Oktober 2004
Von Laura - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I loved reading Fiddler on the Roof because of how the characters came alive in my mind. Several of the characters' actions and personalities reminded me of my family members. The theme is univeral: How do parents instill their traditions and values in their children in an constantly changing world? The protagonist, Tevye, tries to instill in his daughters his values and traditions in an increasinly violent world. As the world becomes more modernized and industrial, Tevye and the villagers start to lose some of their traditions. The story is the epitome of the Jewish struggle and persecution they have faced throughout history. Fiddler on the Roof is a must read for the young and old for its lessons about life are profound.
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Fiddler Offers a Quality Theatre Experience 27. November 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I loved the play. It it written with an ease and style that is not only pleasing to read, but also very smooth to perform. It is an eloquent statement about families and, of course, tradition. It offers us a view of the necessity of change and the importance that it has in society, not only then, but now as well. I would recomend that anyone interested in the Jewish way of life in the 20s and 30s in Europe, American musicals or simply in families, read this play; it will be well worth your while!
A Classic Work Still Relevant And Enjoyable Today 19. September 2014
Von Nathan Albright - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
[Note: This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Crown Publishing in exchange for an honest review.]

Many of my readers will be familiar with the musical or (even more likely) the film of Fiddler On The Roof, as well as its incomparable music, and will wonder what exactly this book contains. This book resembles the script of any of my 60 or so completed plays, in that it shows the dialogue of the characters as well as the song lyrics, and notation on the entrances and exits of characters and their action. It is the sort of script that would be familiar, in other words, to anyone who reads or writes drama, and includes the act and scene divisions from the musical, actions which are slightly different (but only slightly) from the film. It also includes the original cast list for the Broadway premiere of this musical, which occurred 50 years ago. This, incidentally enough, is the reason for the existence of this book, which serves as an 50th anniversary edition of the premiere of Fiddler On The Roof on Broadway.

The contents of this book will be intimately familiar to anyone who is as fond of the musical or film as I am. It contains a touching story about a decent but poor man, his ambitious wife, their five attractive daughters (three of whom are eminently marriageable), and their struggles as Jews in a little village in the pale of Russia facing the Russian pogroms of 1905, ultimately facing exile from their homeland. Tevye, the father of the house, serves as an appealing everyman whose questions about the dislocating changes to comfortable tradition that come through strange vagabonds as well as the larger political concerns of which he and his fellow villagers are largely ignorant serve to remind us all of the many facets of social change, and which changes can be accommodated and which are beyond the pale. The marriages of each succeeding daughter serve to show the breakup of traditional society more and more. All of this would be rather easy to remember for those who are familiar with this most excellent work.

Why does this book appeal to me, though, and why would it appeal to someone else who reads it? When I read this book, I see the lines on the page and imagine the scenes of the film, and the songs, many of which are etched in my memory and reflect some of the concerns of my life. Whether one is looking at the anxieties of courtship and marriage, family and relationship drama, the precariousness of life as a fiddler on the roof, the experience of being a poor stranger in a tight-knit community of outsiders facing political repercussions for one’s worldview, the threat of exile and police action that disrupts one’s peaceful village life, the problems of aging and the uncomfortable passage of time, the concerns of this musical in many ways mirrors the concerns of my own life. At this stage in my life, I view with sympathy the desires of Tevye’s daughters for a matchless match, and see a great deal of myself in the university educated and politically egalitarian intellectual vagabond Perchik. Seeing as I had the chance to bring this work into my library and reflect upon its text, how could I not take advantage of it?
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