White Stag of Exile

White Stag of Exile

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COSMOPOLITAN BUDAPEST IN THE 1890S, TORAW COLONIAL BRISBANE IN AUSTRALIA: KAROLY PULSZKYWAS THE VICTIM OF POLITICAL INTRIGUE, JEALOUSY, AND HIS OWN HERITAGE OF CULTURE AND PRIDE. OTHERS MADE THE CHANGE AND GRASPED THE OPPORTUNITIES OF ANEWLIFE, A NEW WORLD.PULSZKY BORN IN EXILE IN LONDON, HAD MORE TALENTS ANDMORE CONTACTS THANMOST. HE SUICIDED IN BRISBANE. HIS FAMOUS DAUGHTER, ROMOLA, MARRIED VASLAVNIJINSKY. THIS BOOK TRACES A HISTORY THAT WAS TO HAVE CURIOUS ECHOES INTHE NIJINSKY LEGEND TALENT AND VISION OFTEN INVOKE VICIOUSNESS IN OTHERS. KAROLY PULSZKY, NOW FORGOTTEN, WAS A VISIONARY AND A VICTIM. "THE CANTICLE" REDISCOVERS THE MAN, AND THE VISION. ITIS ALSO A PARABEL OF VERY MODERN POLITICAL TIMES.
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  • Paperback | 184 pages
  • 129 x 198mm
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0140070117
  • 9780140070118