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PREMIERA DRAMEI ‟MEŞTERUL MANOLE” LUI LUCIAN BLAGA LA LWOW PE 27 MARTIE 1934 Marcin.
manooe Although the popular text has several variants, because the author is anonymous, and the ballad was transmitted orally from generation to generation, the one published by Alecsandri is consecrated in literary form. The artistic value of these folk creations was – probably – the reason for which Alecsandri placed at the beginning of the collection of popular “gems” a quotation which became renowned: The Legend of Master Manole: During construction, because the walls of the monastery would continuously crumble, manolw Prince threatened to kill Manole and his workers.
Desperate about the way construction went, one night Manole had a dream in which he was told that, for the monastery to be built, he had to incorporate into its walls some person very loved by him or his masons.
He told his masons about his dream, and they agreed blgaa the first wife who would come there with lunch for her husband the following day mesteruk be the one to be built into the walls of the monastery so that their art would last.
The next day, Manole looked over the hills mwnole sadly saw his wife, Ana who was pregnantcoming from afar. He prayed to God to start rain and storm in order for her to stop her trip or go back home. But her love was stronger than the storm, and she kept going. He prayed again, but nothing could stop her.
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When she arrived, Manole and the builders told her that they wanted to play a little game, which involved building walls around her body.
She accepted happily, but she soon realized that this was no game and implored Manole to let her go. But he had to keep his promise. And that was how the beautiful monastery was built. When the monastery was completed, the Prince asked the builders if they could ever make a similarly splendid building.
Manole and his masons told the Prince that they surely could always build an even greater building. Hearing that and fearing they’ll build a bigger and more beautiful building for someone else, the Prince had them all stranded on the roof so that they would perish and never build something to match it.
They fashioned wooden wings and tried to fly off the roof.
But, one by one, they all fell to the ground. A well of clear water, named after Manole, is believed to mark the spot where Manole himself fell.
Many Romanian writers had the legend as a motif and source of inspiration. In Blaga’s version, Manole’s self-sacrifice is not prompted by any gesture of Prince Radu, but it is instead a personal journey. In Bulgaria there is also a legend about a master-builder by the name of Manol who flew from the minaret of the Selimiye Mosque in Edirne using eagle wings he crafted.
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Another similar story is the legend of the Matsue Castle in Japan. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.