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My first picture dictionary: english-polish with over 1000 words, Watson, Maria Walter, Elzbieta



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Автор: Watson, Maria Walter, Elzbieta
Название:  My first picture dictionary: english-polish with over 1000 words
ISBN: 9781908357854
Издательство: Ibs books
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ISBN-10: 1908357851
Обложка/Формат: Paperback
Страницы: 92
Вес: 0.534 кг.
Дата издания: 03.10.2016
Язык: Polish
Размер: 218 x 293 x 8
Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade)
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Поставляется из: Англии



Sublime Drama: British Theatre of the 1990s

Автор: Elzbieta Iwona Baraniecka
Название: Sublime Drama: British Theatre of the 1990s
ISBN: 3110301156 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783110301151
Издательство: Walter de Gruyter
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Описание: British drama of the 1990s is most commonly associated with the term in-yer-face theatre, which was coined by Aleks Sierz to describe the shocking and provocative work of emerging playwrights such as Mark Ravenhill or Sarah Kane. Taking a cue from Sierz’s own suggestion that what still remains to be researched more thoroughly in this field is the particular relationship between the stage and the audience, this monograph undertakes precisely that task. Rather than use the term offered by Sierz, however, the study proposes a different concept to account for the dynamics of communication within the particular theatre of the 1990s, namely the aesthetic category of the sublime. Coupled with elements of Reader Response Theory, the sublime proves to be a more fruitful term, as it provides more precise tools for the analysis of the audience’s aesthetic response than does in-yer-face theatre. With the help of four representative plays by four key playwrights of that time, Closer by Patrick Marber, Normal by Anthony Neilson, Faust is Dead by Mark Ravenhill and 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane, the book details the consecutive stages in the process of the plays’ reception that the members of the audience go through while forming their aesthetic response to them. Looking through the prism of the sublime, the study not only offers a detailed analysis of each play but also suggests an entirely new approach to British drama of the 1990s.


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