Drama as Text and Performance: Strindberg's and Bergman's Miss Julie

Drama as Text and Performance: Strindberg's and Bergman's Miss Julie

By: Egil Tornqvist (author)Paperback

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Description

reader/spectator reception|target text|stage performance|stage direction|scenography|source text

About Author

Egil T rnqvist (19.12.1932 - 9.3.2015) was professor emeritus of Scandinavian studies at the University of Amsterdam, author of Drama as Text and Performance, and a leading Strindberg and Bergman scholar. In 2004, he received the renowned Strindberg Prize.

Contents

Foreword 7[-][-]Strindberg's Miss Julie 10[-]The text 10[-]The preface 11[-]Reader or spectator? 12[-]Time and place 17[-]Action 19[-]Characters 20[-]Configurations 25[-]Entrances and exits 27[-]Speech situations 29[-]Addressing and reporting 37[-]Narration 44[-]Dialogue 53[-]Key words 64[-]Symbolism 71[-]Opening 75[-]Mimes 78[-]Ballet 79[-]Ending 80[-]-A Naturalistic Tragedy 82[-]Bergman's Miss Julie 91[-][-]Conclusions 121[-]Photos from the performance 126[-]F rord 139[-]Strindbergs Fr ken Julie 142[-]Texten 142[-]Photos from the performance

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9789085550686
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 264
  • ID: 9789085550686
  • weight: 414
  • ISBN10: 9085550688

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