Faust: Icon of Modern Culture

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Helm Information Limited, 2004 - Personality and culture - 444 pages
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This title provides an exploration of the way Faust has achieved iconic status in modern culture by examining in his image in literature, theatre, film, art.

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Contents

Editors Preface
1
Acknowledgements
10
From Superstition to Scepticism 5 3
53
An Icon is Born
92
Romantics to Realists
125
Humanists and Brown Shirts Fausts for the Twentieth
161
From Bare Boards to Computer Graphics Faust in
192
Musical Fausts Broadsheet to Rock Opera
241
From Woodcut to Manga One Hundred Images of a
276
The Moving Image
312
Faust Globalised
347
The Popular Imagination
375
Festivals Merchandising The Leisure Industry Exhibitions
393
Faustus and the Potters by Derek Sellen
419
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