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Gods of Play: Baroque Festive Performance As Rhetorical

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Cle�filas seems to have enjoyed her company and has kept the experience in her mind. These journals are also known as Referred journals. This aspect of current philosophy of history brings the discipline into close relation to the philosophy of the special sciences (biology, sociology, archaeology). It's all adjectives and bitchery, signifying nothing. The FLI Online contains approximately 700,000 citations to articles, film reviews and book reviews published between 1976-2001. - Bibliographic database of TV and film: writing, theory, preservation, production, cinematography, reviews - Indexing and abstracts for more than 380 publications, selected coverage for 300 publications, full text for 120+ journals, 100 books Film & Television Literature Index is a comprehensive bibliographic database covering the entire spectrum of television and film writing, including theory, preservation and restoration; writing, production, cinematography; production and film and television reviews.

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Shakespeare's Theatre

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The play deals with political theories, ideas of liberty and social justice; and in its presentation likenesses to living people were discovered, and fierce resentments were aroused. Shifting scenes of the modern European theatre. (Mrs) Hallie (Ferguson) Flana- gan. 1929 Coward-McCann 280p il $1 A stimitlating and entertaining discussion in travelog style of the contemporary European thea- tres, with impressions of such personalities as: Lady Gregoiy; Gordon Craig; Constantine Stanis- lavsky; Mcierhold; Capek, etc.

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Tales from Hoffmann

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Illustrated with 80 pictures in color by Mary Spoor Brand. And indeed "romance" is now the generic term most frequently applied to the mature tragicomedies that critics once referred to somewhat loosely as "the Late Plays." Asian American author Kingston reads from her book, Trapmaster Monkey: His Fake Book, comments upon her writings and replies to questions addressed to her by students. 52 min. A full line of the songs and music lor Shakespeare's plays, ar- ranged in solos, choruses, and orchestra- tions, is published by Novello and com- pany, London, and may be obtained from the H.

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Foreign and Native on the English Stage, 1588-1611: Metaphor

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Just as the greasers sported leather jackets, engineer boots, crazy hairstyles, and other rebellious fashions, so did their descendants, the punks, have their rebellious fashion statements in tattoos, piercings, and occult symbols. Hegel’s idea was that the fine arts were those that realized the spirit of the people by bringing truth or the “idea” to light in material form (for more on Hegel’s aesthetics see Houlgate 2014).

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The Radical in Performance: Between Brecht and Baudrillard

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Olivia Renteria as Jean MacLaren in Lerner and Loewe's Brigadoon. Since 2009, the Princeton University Volunteer Fire Program has been serving both the University and surrounding community. Essays that do not demonstrate a sincere effort to discuss the assigned topic will be disqualified. Pub The author is professor of English literature and public speaking at Colgate university. Baker xi.l26p $1 Five one-act plays written by the students of the drama classes of the Louisville girls high school, Louisville, Kentucky, under the direction of Leo- nora Johnston, instructor in the department of English.

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Animal Acts: Performing Species Today (Critical

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Many useful illustrations, plans and drawings." A. catalog 1926 A brief selected annotated bibliog of reference books on production, scenery, theatre, etc. The method of verstehen (understanding) makes a methodology of this approach; it invites the thinker to engage in an active construction of the meanings and intentions of the actors from their point of view (Outhwaite 1975). They are divided into three parts: Little lectures on the Art of playgoing, with some con- siderations for actors; Then came each actor; Same, and also Mr Cleever goes to the theatre: A parable wherein is determined the temperament of an artist.

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European Medieval Drama 2013: Concepts of Holiness in

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What lies between the arts is theatre", Fried, "Art and Objecthood" (in 'Minimal Art: a Critical Anthology' ed Battcock), p.142 "Criticism about the novel is not so obsessed with the question of value, probably because the world of fiction is market led: If a book sells well, it is almost by definition (particularly in the current climate of cultural studies) 'valuable' and therefore worthy of study. I remember sitting in a packed theatre at the Arts Centre, thinking that this was the strangest failure I had ever had.

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Coming of Age on Film: Stories of Transformations in World

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Scenery, Properties, Installation 97 c. Performance artists such as Karen Findley, whose work dealt with her own sexuality, Anna Deavere Smith, who explores social issues such as Black-Jewish relationships, and performer/musician Laurie Anderson rose to prominence in the 1980s. There are illustrations of each piece described, 300 in all. The Signifying Monkey: A Theory of African-American Literary Criticism. Subtitle "A simple and practical book for those who have to present ideas through speech."

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Tom Davies Trio Motoring in Mid Air: The Story of a British

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Speech and movement on the stage. (Mrs) Kate Emil Behnke. The Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. Eldridfje 50c Collection of dances with instructions, useful for any entertainment, interpreting sunbeams, flowers, butterflies, clouds, leaves, goblins, fairies, etc. The Post-Colonial Condition of African Literature. The 24 plates depicting 48 different costumes, with descriptions of each figure, form a complete history of costume design from the Egyptian thru the Victorian period.

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The Captive Stage: Performance and the Proslavery

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Popular music, usually in the form of secular songs, existed during the Middle Ages. In the story form the current of each national life is distinctly indicated, and its pic- turesque and noteworthy periods and episodes are presented. American Journal of Philology 121 (2000) 149-53. Review of Pietro Pucci, Oedipus and the Fabrication of the Father and Charles Segal, Oedipus Tyrannus: Tragic Heroism and the Limits of Knowledge. Woman, Body, Desire in Post-Colonial India Narratives of Gender and Sexuality.

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