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East in the Light of the West /Children of Lucifer [Hardcover]

Rudolg Steiner , Edouard Schure


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5.0 out of 5 stars The ONLY translation of Schure's play... 15 Jan 2009
By Ryan Kouroukis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
**This is the only book that Schure's masterful drama is given in an English translation.**

This book is so rare, and I mean so rare that I had to go to a small town called Dornach in Switzerland to find it!!!

And of course, it is out-of-print, and so unknown that it will probably never be re-printed again in history....not to say even performed, unless a Schure enthusiast like myself undertakes a task like that!

This is the play that the philosopher Rudolf Steiner took as the model to his own 4 Mystery Dramas. Schure (who was friends with the composer Richard Wagner) was one of Steiner's greatest admirers, and vice versa, and interestingly enough Schure was the one to introduce Steiner to his future wife Marie von Sivers!

This play by Schure is really a monument to all ancient Drama and heralds in the new Dramatic form taken up by Rudolf Steiner. A wonder and deep inspirational experience.
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