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Examples of "wangel"
Hedwig Wangel (1875–1961) was a German stage and film actress.
In 2008 she won the Golden Globe at the Golden Globes, Portugal for Best Actress for "Construtor Solness", where she played Miss Hilda Wangel.
Royal Children (German:Königskinder) is a 1950 West German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Jenny Jugo, Peter van Eyck and Hedwig Wangel.
The Lady from the Sea (Norwegian: Fruen fra havet) is a play written in 1888 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen inspired by the ballad "Agnete og Havmanden". The drama is notable in the Ibsen corpus for introducing the portrayal of Hilde Wangel who is again portrayed in Ibsen's later play "The Master Builder". The character portrayal of Hilde Wangel has been portrayed twice in contemporary film as a culturally relevant portrayal, most recently in the 2014 film titled "A Master Builder".
In Ibsen’s play "The Master Builder", the protagonist is the architect Halvard Solness. The young woman, Hilda Wangel, whose actions lead to the death of Solness, is the antagonist.
On Feb 2, 2007; Philipp Kunz, Lhakpa Wangel, Temba Nuru and Lhakpa Thinduk made the first winter ascent. The team followed the route of the first ascent from the north.
The Last Horse Carriage in Berlin (German:Die letzte Droschke von Berlin) is a 1926 German silent comedy drama film directed by Carl Boese and starring Lupu Pick, Hedwig Wangel and Maly Delschaft. The film's art direction was by Franz Schroedter. The film premiered in Berlin on 18 March 1926.
Iyasu I (or Joshua I, Ge'ez ኢያሱ ), also known as Iyasu the Great, was "nəgusä nägäst" (throne name Adyam Sagad, Ge'ez አድያም ሰገድ, "to whom the confines of the earth bow"), (1654 – 13 October 1706) r. 19 July 1682 – 13 October 1706 of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Yohannes I and Empress Sabla Wangel.
Thoresen's personality became a model for several female characters in Norwegian literature, including Ibsen's "Rebekka West" (from "Rosmersholm") and "Ellida Wangel" (from "The Lady from the Sea"), and Bjørnson's "Maria Stuart" (from his 1864 play), the wild girl "Petra" from "Fiskerjenten" and "Leonarda" (from his 1879 play).
Other theatre performances include "Mappa Mundi" for the National Theatre (2002), Rosalind in "As You Like It" for the RSC (2005), "The Hothouse" for the English National Theatre (2007), Alan Ayckbourn's "Absurd Person Singular" (2007), the role of Ellida Wangel in Henryk Ibsen's "The Lady from the Sea" (2008), and alternating in the roles of Anna and Kate in Pinter's "Old Times" in 2013.
In May 1909, shortly before the Emperor made this decision, "Lij" Iyasu was married to "Woizero" Romanework Mengesha, the daughter of "Ras" Mengesha Yohannes, granddaughter of Emperor Yohannes IV, and the niece of Empress Taitu. However, that marriage was annulled without having been consummated. Subsequently in April 1910, Iyasu married Sabla Wangel Hailu, the daughter of "Ras" Hailu Tekle Haymanot of Gojjam.
This symbolic play is centred on a lady called Ellida. She is the daughter of a lighthouse-keeper, and grew up where the fjord met the open sea; she loves the sea. She is married to Doctor Wangel, a doctor in a small town in West Norway (in the mountains). He has two daughters (Bolette and Hilde) by his previous wife, now deceased. He and Ellida have a son who dies as a baby, which puts a big strain on their marriage. Wangel, fearing for Ellida’s mental health, has invited up Arnholm, Bolette’s former tutor and now the headmaster of a school in hope that he can help Ellida. However, Arnholm thinks that it is Bolette waiting for him and he proposes. She agrees to marry her former teacher because she sees this as her only opportunity to get out into the world.
Some years earlier Ellida was deeply in love and engaged to a sailor, but because he murdered his captain he had to escape. Nevertheless, he asked her to wait for him to come and fetch her. She tried to break the engagement, but he had too great a hold over her. The sailor then returns all these years later to claim her. Ellida then has to choose between her former lover or her husband. Dr Wangel finally recognizes her freedom to choose since he understands that he has no other options. This goes in his favour as she then chooses him. The play ends with the sailor leaving and Ellida and Wangel taking up their lives again together.
"The only notable feature of the performance was the acting of Miss Florence Kahn as the strange girl, Hilda Wangel, a healthy buoyant creature from the mountains, who still has a touch of the neurotic in her composition, and is united to the unhappy architect by a mystic bond: who invades his household as one answering a spiritual call, awakens the better side of his nature to a mood of self-revelation, and inspires him to a symbolical feat which causes his death.
Halvard Solness (Shawn) is an aging architect of a small town in Norway who has managed to attain some distinction and local reputation, and long married to Aline (Hagerty). One day while having a visit from his friend Doctor Herdal (Pine), Solness is visited by Hilde Wangel (Joyce), a young woman of twenty-four from another town whom the doctor promptly recognizes from a recent trip.
Princess Sophia Desta is the daughter of "Ras" Desta Damtew and Princess Tenagnework Haile Selassie, and granddaughter of Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia. She is also the widow of Captain Dereje Haile Mariam. She married him at Addis Ababa, on 31 January 1959 (in a double wedding with her sister Sabla Wangel). Captain Dereje Haile Mariam born in 1937 and he was killed at Addis Ababa, on 16 December 1960). They had an only daughter:
She was born in Christiania to "stadsingeniør" Oluf Martin Andersen and Annette Fredrikke Sontum, and was a sister of geographer Aksel Arstal. She made her consert debut in Kristiania in 1886. She is known both as a concert pianist and for her music lectures. She had a close friendship with playwright Henrik Ibsen, and is regarded to be the model for the character "Hilde Wangel" in Ibsen's play "The Master Builder". She was awarded the King's Medal of Merit in gold in 1924.
Kahn appeared in New York in "El Gran Galeoto" by José Echegaray at the Carnegie Lyceum New York City in 1899, and went on to become a well known Broadway actress noted for her roles in the plays of Ibsen. She played Hilda in the first performance of "When We Dead Awaken" in America which took place at the Carnegie Lyceum on January 16, 1900. She also appeared in "The Master Builder" (1900) as Hilda Wangel.
She was recruited for Oslo Nye Teater in 1979, and has worked there primarily since then. Here she has had roles such as "Hilde Wangel" in Henrik Ibsen's "The Master Builder". Her first movie role was in "50/50" (1982), and she has later acted in the films "Galskap!" (1985), "Hører du ikke hva jeg sier!" (1995) and "Maja Steinansikt" (1996). She has also had roles in television series, such as "Pilen flyttebyrå" (1987) and "Amalies jul" (1995).
Around 1906, Menelik became incapacitated and "Itege" Taytu Betul became the "de facto" power behind the throne. In 1907, Tekle Haymanot Tessemma successfully used the influence of the Taytu Betul to be appointed "Shum" of Gojjam. In 1908, Menelik's grandson and heir, "Lij" Iyasu married Sabla Wangel Hailu, the daughter of Hailu Tekle Haymanot. In this way, Iyasu became Hailu's son-in-law. In 1913, "Nəgusä Nägäst" Menelik died and Iyasu should have succeeded him. However, the leading nobles of Ethiopia did not feel Iyasu was ready and his coronation was delayed. While sometimes referred to as "Emperor Iyasu V," Iyasu was never formally crowned "Nəgusä Nägäst".