new Salome a story for educated persons by Morris Dallett

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Published by Paul W. Gibbons in [Philadelphia?] .

Written in English

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StatementMorris Dallett ; with designs by the author, and an introduction by Ludwig Behren.
ContributionsBehren, Ludwig., Dallett, Morris, ill., Paul W. Gibbons (Firm)
LC ClassificationsPS3507.A39 N4 1922
The Physical Object
Pagination93, [3] p. (last p. blank) :
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6648192M
LC Control Number22020302

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Question: "Who was Salome in the Bible?" Answer: There are two women named Salome in the Bible, but only one is mentioned by that name. One Salome was righteous; the other unrighteous.

The righteous Salome was the wife of Zebedee (Matthew ), the mother of the disciples James and John, and a female follower of Salome was the one who. Salome is the daughter of Herodiade, Herod's new wife, Galileo's tetrarch. She's beautiful, she dances well, she charms. In a shaft well kept, she hears the voice of Iokanaan, imprisoned because he says very disgusting things/5.

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A love story of a working-class Salome and her highborn John the Baptist, the novel is based on the real-life story of Jewish immigrant Rose Pastor's fairytale romance with the millionaire socialist.

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The story in the Christian scripture, Mark and Matthewis identified with this historical account, though the name of the dancer is not mentioned in the New Testament. The most recent performance of Richard Strauss’s Salomè I saw was staged by Palm Beach Opera in a shiny new auditorium named after a noted philanthropist, yacht designer, and inventor of the color laser printer.

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One of the first 25 since Still printed in New Rochelle. A bold new production at the Theater an der Wien here uses puppets to explore the inner landscape of the work’s protagonist, offering a novel twist on an ambiguous figure: Is. Salome, the disciple, received sainthood and is commemorated in the Eastern Orthodox Church in April.

Perhaps the most famous New Testament woman named Salome was the daughter of Herodias and the stepdaughter of Herod of Antipas. Salome was a follower of Jesus who appears briefly in the canonical gospels and in apocryphal writings.

She is named by Mark as present at the crucifixion and as one of the women who found Jesus's tomb empty. Interpretation has further identified her with other women who are mentioned but not named in the canonical gospels. In particular, she is often identified as the wife of Feast: 24 April (Roman Catholic), 22.

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After I read this historical novel about Salome, the girl who demanded the new Salome book of John the Baptist, I picked up the New Testament to read how the Biblical account compared with the novel. To my surprise, Salome is not mentioned by name, and the accounts (only two--in Matthew and Luke) are brief/5.

Salome or Salomé (Hebrew: שלומית Shlomit) (c AD 14 – between 62 and 71), is the name of a character in the New name is not actually given there, but she was an entirely historical person. She was the daughter of Herod Antipas and name is pronounced with a short 'o', and the 'e' at the end is sounded.

The play unfolds on the terrace of Herod's palace above the banquet hall. A gigantic staircase stands to the left; a cistern surrounded by a wall of green bronze appears at the back. The Young Syrian exclaims how Salomé is beautiful tonight. It is as if she was dancing.

"Look at the moon!" cries Herodias' Page, comparing it to a woman rising. This Salome also accompanied several other women to Jesus' tomb (MatthewMark). The second Salome in the New Testament is not named directly in Scripture. She is, however, named and referenced several times by the first century historian Josephus (Antiquities of the Jews, B Chapter 5, Section 4).

Salomé Summary. The scene: Herod's palace. Night. A group of soldiers stands on a balcony. Below, Herod is throwing a lavish banquet. A young Syrian looks down upon the banquet—he can't take his eyes off of Salomé.

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Salome is a simple tale of complex passion. Wilde's heroine bears no resemblance to her biblical origin. His Salome is no mere instrument of 5/5(1). On the production of "Salomé" by the New Stage Club in May,the dramatic critics again expressed themselves vehemently, vociferating their regrets that the play had been dragged from its obscurity.

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Salome, daughter of Herodias and stepdaughter of the tetrarch Herod Antipas. She was the immediate agent in the execution of John the Baptist, who had condemned her mother’s marriage to Herod.

After she danced for Herod, he promised to grant her any wish. Prompted by Herodias, she asked for John’s head on a platter. Salome or Salomé (Hebrew: שלומית Shlomit), the Daughter of Herodias (c AD 14 - between 62 and 71), like Dismas, or the various names of the Magi, is a name given to a character in the New Testament, one whose name is not given there is, however, an entirely historical person, whose name is preserved in non-biblical literature.

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