Gourmet Ghosts 2

Author: James T. Bartlett
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0997582901
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Gourmet Ghosts 2 from the Author: James T. Bartlett. A collection of murder, mystery, and history, Gourmet Ghosts 2 is the latest guide to dozens of haunted and blood-stained bars, restaurants, and hotels in Los Angeles. Featuring more unpublished stories and bizarre events from the city's dark past, this volume scours the newspaper archives to find out the truth behind the tales.

Theatre And Ghosts

Author: M. Luckhurst
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137345071
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Theatre And Ghosts from the Author: M. Luckhurst. Theatre and Ghosts brings theatre and performance history into dialogue with the flourishing field of spectrality studies. Essays examine the histories and economies of the material operations of theatre, and the spectrality of performance and performer.

Ghosts Of Theatre And Cinema In The Brain

Author: M. Pizzato
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1403983291
Size: 45.61 MB
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Ghosts Of Theatre And Cinema In The Brain from the Author: M. Pizzato. Pizzato focuses on the staging of Self and Other as phantom characters inside the brain (in the 'mind's eye', as Hamlet says). He explores the brain's anatomical evolution from animal drives to human consciousness to divine aspirations, through distinctive cultural expressions in stage and screen technologies.

Ghosts Ii

Author: Robert C. Belyk
Publisher: Horsdal & Schubart
ISBN: 9780920663554
Size: 68.38 MB
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Ghosts Ii from the Author: Robert C. Belyk. Ghosts II is a selection of stories about the haunted houses, hotels, pubs, theatres and stretches of highways in British Columbia. Call them ghosts, haunts, visitations or paranormal happenings unexplained things do happen to rational sensible people. Even the most suspicious might think twice after reading this book.

Mozart S Ghosts

Author: Mark Everist
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195389174
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Mozart S Ghosts from the Author: Mark Everist. In Mozart's Ghosts, author Mark Everist investigates how the composer's past status can be understood as part of today's veneration.

English Theatre In Transition 1881 1914

Author: James Woodfield
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317389425
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English Theatre In Transition 1881 1914 from the Author: James Woodfield. Originally published in 1984. The turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries was a time of considerable change in the English theatre. Victorian attitudes were shocked or shattered by the new drama of Ibsen; the major figure of George Bernard Shaw dominated the period; theatre censorship was the subject of a long and furious contest; and staging conventions changed from the spectacular stylings of Irving and Beerbohm Tree to the masking and statuesque styles of Isadora Duncan and the inner realism of Stanislavsky. This book traces the activities of the leading figures in the English theatre, notably William Archer who introduced Ibsen to this country and who became one of the main promoters of the idea of a National Theatre. Other personalities discussed include Harley Granville Barker, particularly his association with Shaw at the Court Theatre and his part in campaigns against censorship and for changes in the staging of Shakespeare, and Edward Gordon Craig, whose rebellion against the Victorian theatre took and anti-realist direction. This is a stimulating account of the background to the modern English theatre which can only increase appreciation of its standard and variety.

German And Dutch Theatre 1600 1848

Author: George W. Brandt
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521233835
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German And Dutch Theatre 1600 1848 from the Author: George W. Brandt. This book makes available for the first time documents relating to European history, many of which were previously unpublished.

Naturalism And Symbolism In European Theatre 1850 1918

Author: Claude Schumacher
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521230148
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Naturalism And Symbolism In European Theatre 1850 1918 from the Author: Claude Schumacher. Presents the childhood of the astronaut who became the first man to walk on the moon.

The Ghosts Of The Avant Garde S

Author: James M. Harding
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472036106
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The Ghosts Of The Avant Garde S from the Author: James M. Harding. Pronouncements such as “the avant-garde is dead,” argues James M. Harding, have suggested a unified history or theory of the avant-garde. His book examines the diversity and plurality of avant-garde gestures and expressions to suggest “avant-garde pluralities” and how an appreciation of these pluralities enables a more dynamic and increasingly global understanding of vanguardism in the performing arts. In pursuing this goal, the book not only surveys a wide variety of canonical and noncanonical examples of avant-garde performance, but also develops a range of theoretical paradigms that defend the haunting cultural and political significance of avant-garde expressions beyond what critics have presumed to be the death of the avant-garde. The Ghosts of the Avant-Garde(s) offers a strikingly new perspective not only on key controversies and debates within avant-garde studies but also on contemporary forms of avant-garde expression within a global political economy.