📒The Dramatic Imagination ✍ Robert Edmond Jones

♠Book Title : The Dramatic Imagination
✍Author : Robert Edmond Jones
♛Publisher : Taylor & Francis
♣Release Date : 2004
✿Pages : 162
♠ISBN : 9780878301843
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Dramatic Imagination Book Synopsis : In Joseph Conrad's tales, representations of women and of "feminine" generic forms like the romance are often present in fugitive ways. Conrad's use of allegorical feminine imagery, fleet or deferred introductions of female characters, and hybrid generic structures that combine features of "masculine" tales of adventure and intrigue and "feminine" dramas of love or domesticity are among the subjects of this literary study. Many of Conrad's critics have argued that Conrad's fictions are aesthetically flawed by the inclusion of women and love plots; thus Thomas Moser has questioned why Conrad did not "cut them out altogether." Yet a thematics of gender suffuses Conrad's narrative strategies. Even in tales that contain no significant female characters or obvious love plots, Conrad introduces elusive feminine presences, in relationships between men, as well as in men's relationships to their ship, the sea, a shore breeze, or even in the gendered embrace of death. This book investigates an identifiably feminine "point of view" which is present in fugitive ways throughout Conrad's canon. Conrad's narrative strategies are articulated through a language of sexual difference that provides the vocabulary and grammar for tales examining European class, racial, and gender paradigms to provide acute and, at times, equivocal investigations of femininity and difference.

♠Book Title : The Dramatic Imagination of Robert Browning
✍Author : Richard S. Kennedy
♛Publisher : University of Missouri Press
♣Release Date : 2007
✿Pages : 492
♠ISBN : 9780826265524
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


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📒Theatre Of Sound ✍ Dermot Rattigan

♠Book Title : Theatre of sound
✍Author : Dermot Rattigan
♛Publisher : Carysfort Pr
♣Release Date : 2002
✿Pages : 383
♠ISBN : UOM:39015056426789
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝Theatre of sound Book Synopsis : "A new theoretical and analytical approach-informative, illuminating, and at all times readable"-Richard Allen Cave, University of London. This is an innovative study of the challenges that radio drama poses To The creative imagination of the writer

♠Book Title : The dramatic imagination of W B Yeats
✍Author : Andrew Parkin
♛Publisher : Gill and Macmillan ; New York : Barnes & Noble Books
♣Release Date : 1978
✿Pages : 208
♠ISBN : UOM:39015001534323
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


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📒The Dramatic Imagination ✍ Basavaraj Shivashankarappa Naikar

♠Book Title : The Dramatic Imagination
✍Author : Basavaraj Shivashankarappa Naikar
♛Publisher :
♣Release Date : 2009-01-01
✿Pages : 353
♠ISBN : 8176259101
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Dramatic Imagination Book Synopsis : Articles on drama.

📒The Playwright S Workout ✍ Michael Bigelow Dixon

♠Book Title : The Playwright s Workout
✍Author : Michael Bigelow Dixon
♛Publisher : Smith & Kraus Pub Incorporated
♣Release Date : 2009
✿Pages : 166
♠ISBN : 1575256177
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Playwright s Workout Book Synopsis : This collection of exercises is designed to build creative muscle in students of playwriting and will prove useful as well to working dramatists who want to build their skills while stretching their imaginative powers. Contributed by some of America?s foremost playwrights and playwriting teachers, these varied and inventive exercises offer new sources for dramatic inspiration, provide ways to embolden dramatic action, and encourage experimentation with the basic elements of playwriting.The thirty contributors include:Sarah Ruhl,Craig Lucas,Emily Mann,Ellen McLaughlin,Jon Jory,Kia CorthronSteven Dietz.While most playwriting guides introduce students to basic concepts and practices, The Playwright?s Workout offers a range of imaginative prompts to the creative act of playwriting.MICHAEL BIGELOW DIXON, as literary manager and dramaturg, has worked with hundreds of playwrights at Actors Theatre of Louisville, South Coast Repertory, and the Guthrie Theater. As a director, he?s staged world premieres at the Florida Stage, the Magic Theatre, Commonwealth Theatre Company, Actors Theatre and the Guthrie. He?s edited 31 volumes of plays and criticism and currently works as resident director at The Playwright?s Center in Minneapolis.LIZ ENGELMAN is a freelance dramaturg living in Minneapolis. She?s worked on new plays and projects across the country and internationally. This is her sixth editorial collaboration with Michael Bigelow Dixon and has edited two volumes of monologues for women with Tori Haring-Smith. She?s past-President and current Board Chair of Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, and is co-founder and director of Tofte Lake Center at Norm?s Fish Camp, a creative artists retreat in the Boundary Waters of northern Minnesota.

♠Book Title : Women the First World War and the Dramatic Imagination International Essays 1914 1999
✍Author : Claire M. Tylee
♛Publisher : Edwin Mellen Press
♣Release Date : 2000
✿Pages : 283
♠ISBN : 0773474552
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝Women the First World War and the Dramatic Imagination International Essays 1914 1999 Book Synopsis : This collection of essays demonstrates the continuing effects of World War I on the cultural memories of the disparate nations involved, including Ireland, Germany, Canada and Scotland at the end of the 20th century. It draws on various critical approaches to analyze dramas that range globally from France, Germany and Australia as well as the UK and the USA.

📒Buried Astrolabe ✍ Craig S. Walker

♠Book Title : Buried Astrolabe
✍Author : Craig S. Walker
♛Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
♣Release Date : 2001-03-29
✿Pages : 488
♠ISBN : 9780773568594
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝Buried Astrolabe Book Synopsis : Astrolabe / æstræ leÓb/ n. an instrument consisting of a disc and pointer, used to make astronomical measurements, especially of the altitudes of celestial bodies, and as an aid in navigation. Over the last two decades Canadian drama has emerged as an important presence in international theatre. In The Buried Astrolabe Craig Walker offers a critical introduction to contemporary Canadian playwriting, providing a context for the study of Canadian drama and showing how it developed from Western European philosophical, literary, and dramatic traditions. Walker devotes the main body of his work to critical readings of James Reaney, Michael Cook, Sharon Pollock, Michel Tremblay, George F. Walker, and Judith Thompson, respecting the distinctive elements of the writer's voice while helping the reader appreciate the cultural context that informs each play. He analyses the poetics or mythological underpinning of the works and investigates the cultural significance of the tropes that typify their works. The Buried Astrolabe stakes the claim of Canadian playwrights to be considered among the most important in the contemporary world.

♠Book Title : Theatre Symposium Vol 19
✍Author : J K Curry
♛Publisher : University of Alabama Press
♣Release Date : 2011-10-02
✿Pages : 152
♠ISBN : 9780817370060
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝Theatre Symposium Vol 19 Book Synopsis : 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.

📒The Power Of Human Imagination ✍ Jerome L. Singer

♠Book Title : The Power of Human Imagination
✍Author : Jerome L. Singer
♛Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
♣Release Date : 2012-12-06
✿Pages : 426
♠ISBN : 9781461339410
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Power of Human Imagination Book Synopsis : For at least half of the twentieth century, psychology and the other mental health professions all but ignored the significant adaptive pos sibilities of the human gift of imagery. Our capacity seemingly to duplicate sights, sounds, and other sensory experiences through some form of central brain process continues to remain a mysterious, alma st miraculous skill. Because imagery is so much a private experience, experimental psychologists found it hard to measure and turned their attentian to observable behaviors that could easily be studied in ani maIs as well as in humans. Psychoanalysts and others working with the emotionally disturbed continued to take imagery informatian se riously in the form of dream reports, transferenee fantasies, and as indications of hallucinations or delusions. On the whole, however, they emphasized the maladaptive aspects of the phenomena, the dis tortions and defensiveness or the "regressive" qualities of daydreams and sequences of images. The present volume grows out of a long series of investigations by the senior author that have suggested that daydreaming and the stream of consciousness are not simply manifestations in adult life of persist ing phenomena of childhood. Rather, the data suggest that imagery sequences represent a major system of encoding and transforming information, a basic human capacity that is inevitably part of the brain's storage process and one that has enormous potential for adap tive utility. A companian volume, The Stream of Consciousness, edited by Kenneth S. Pope and Jerome L.