Amadeus by Peter Shaffer

Peter Shaffer

The AMADEUS book is a play that explores the mystery behind Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's death. It is an unusual story of a low-ranking servant in the court of Vienna who was asked to investigate the death of Mozart.The main character, Antonio Salieri, discovers that his own life has been ruined by his master's success. The book is based on a true story from 1798 which was well documented back then.The plot of the book focuses on Salieri who comes into conflict with Mozart due to jealousy and envy towards the latter's talent and genius.

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Peter Shaffer's AMADEUS is one of the most original, ambitious and imaginative works of contemporary theatre. A brilliant satire on language and its limitations, this play is still a modern classic.Shaffer's play, written in the 1960s for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, is a parody of the artificiality of language and the minutiae of social life. As the play opens, the English language is threatened by an influence from an alien language which is described as a
I needed to write a literature review about Amadeus and Blind Pony As True A Story As I Can Tell books. I read Amadeus with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Peter Shaffer is a wonderful writer.