the dramatic imagination

The Dramatic Imagination
Author: Robert Edmond Jones
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Release Date: 2004
Pages: 162
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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Dramatic Imagination Of Robert Browning
Author: Richard S. Kennedy
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
Release Date: 2007
Pages: 492
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The Dramatic Imagination
Author: Robert Edmond Jones
Publisher:
Release Date: 1941
Pages: 157
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Theatre Of Sound
Author: Dermot Rattigan
Publisher:
Release Date: 2002
Pages: 383
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A study of radio drama

The Dramatic Imagination Of W  B  Yeats
Author: Andrew Parkin
Publisher: Dublin : Gill and Macmillan ; New York : Barnes & Noble Books
Release Date: 1978
Pages: 208
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The Dramatic Imagination
Author: Robert Edmond Jones
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Release Date: 1941
Pages: 157
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Women  The First World War And The Dramatic Imagination
Author: Beverly J Rowe
Publisher:
Release Date: 2000
Pages: 283
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Tylee (English literature, Brunel U.) presents 15 contributions that discuss women's drama that arose from World War I. Each section presents viewpoints from various countries, particularly Britain and Germany. The essays cover various periods and types of drama (from traditional stage plays to modernist, avant-garde drama) and also look at responses after the Second World War, 40 years later. Discussion includes the political positions the plays embody, and the ways in which the formal aspects of the plays enable different kinds of feminist politics to become manifest. c. Book News Inc.

Women  The First World War And The Dramatic Imagination
Author: Claire M. Tylee
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Release Date: 2000
Pages: 283
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Building The Human City
Author: John F. Kane
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date: 2016-03-30
Pages: 292
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Building the Human City is a first overview of the award-winning yet quite diverse works of Jesuit philosopher William F. Lynch. Writing from the 1950s to the mid-1980s, Lynch was among the first to warn against the fierce polarizations prevalent in our culture wars and political life. He called for a transformation of artistic and intellectual sensibilities and imaginations through the healing discernments and critical ironies of an Ignatian (and Socratic) spirituality. Yet the breadth of his concerns (from cinema and literature to mental health and hope to secularization and faith) as well as the depth of his thought (philosophical as much as theological) led to little initial awareness of the overall vision uniting his writings. This book, while exploring that vision, also argues that the spirituality Lynch proposes is more needed today than when he first wrote.

Theatre Symposium  Vol  19
Author: J K Curry
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
Release Date: 2011-10-02
Pages: 152
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Normal0falsefalsefalseMicrosoftInternetExplorer4Despite a shared history and many common present practices, the relationship between theatre and film often remains uncertain. Does a close study of film enrich an understanding of drama on the stage? What ongoing connections do theatre and film maintain, and what elements do they borrow from each other? Does the relative popularity and accessibility of film lead to an increased scholarly defensiveness about qualities exclusive to theatrical performances? Do theatre and film demand two different kinds of attention from spectators, or do audiences tend to experience both in the same ways? The essays in “Theatre Symposium: Volume 19” present this dynamic coexistence of theatre and film, and examine the nature of their mutual influence on each other. Bruce McConachie, in his contribution to the collection, “Theatre and Film in Evolutionary Perspective,” argues that the cognitive functions used to interpret either media arise from the same evolutionary foundation, and that therefore the viewing experiences of theatre and film are closely linked to each other. In “Robert Edmond Jones: Theatre and Motion Pictures, Bridging Reality and Dreams,” Anthony Hostetter and Elisabeth Hostetter consider Jones’ influential vision of a “theater of the future,” in which traditional stage performances incorporate mediated video material into stage productions. Becky Becker’s “Nollywood: Film and Home Video, of the Death of Nigerian Theatre,” by focusing on the current conversation in Nigeria, discusses the anxiety generated by a film and video industry burgeoning into and displacing theatre culture These and the six other essays in “Theatre Symposium: Volume 19” shed light on the current state of affairs—the collaborations and the tensions—between two distinctly individual yet inextricably related artistic media.