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University Press of America, Oct 1, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 112 pages
This volume presents the best of the papers presented at the 1989 Comparative Drama Conference held annually at the University of Florida under the auspices of the Classics Department. Contents: Spatio-Temporality as Theater Performance; Subversive Sophocles, Anarchic Aeschylus: The Living Theatre and Greek Tragedy; Expressionism and Deconstructionism: A Critical Comparison; Theatrical Revolution: Edward Gordon Craig's 'Much Ado About Nothing' (1903); Arnolt Bronnen's Austro-Expressionist War Plays; Camera Language: Picturing Pinter's The Homecoming; Doubling and Irrationality in Pier Paolo Pasolini's Medea; The Naming of Rance: Orton's Allusions to Henrik Ibsen in What the Butler Saw; From Scenario to Script: O'Neill's Use of History in The Creation of A Touch of the Poet and More Stately Mansions; Ferdinand Vanek, or Compliant Protest; Woman Takes Center Stage: Three Versions of "The Female Condition" on the German Theatre Stage Today; Beauty Non-Beauty in Euripides' Orestes and Metope XXVII From the Parthenon; Haunting Ourselves: History and Utopia in Howard Brenton's Bloody Poetry and Greenland; and Lameness and Limping in Southern Plays.
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SPATIOTEMPORALITY AS THEATER
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