1 edition of Alienation and theatricality found in the catalog.
Alienation and theatricality
Phoebe von Held
Includes bibliographical references (p. -236) and index.
|Statement||Phoebe von Held|
|Series||Studies in comparative literature -- 17|
|LC Classifications||PQ1979 .H45 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||2011381735|
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Alienation (Vefremdung) is a concept inextricably linked with the name of twentieth-century German playwright Bertolt Brecht - with modernism, the avant-garde and Marxist theory. However, as Phoebe von Held argues in this book, 'alienation' as a sociological and aesthetic notionavant la lettre had already surfaced in the thought of eighteenth-century French philosopher and Alienation and theatricality book Denis by: 5.
Alienation (Vefremdung) is a concept inextricably linked with the name of twentieth-century German playwright Bertolt Brecht - with modernism, the avant-garde and Marxist theory. However, as Phoebe von Held argues in this book, 'alienation' as a sociological and aesthetic notionavant la lettre had already surfaced in the thought of eighteenth-century French philosopher and writer Denis Diderot.
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location London. Alienation (Vefremdung) as a dramaturgical device has come to be inextricably linked with the name of German twentieth-century playwright and theorist, Bertolt Brecht - with the context of Modernism, the Avantgarde, and Marxist tion and TheatricalityBrand: LGNDA.
Alienation (Vefremdung) is a concept inextricably linked with the name of twentieth-century German playwright Bertolt Brecht - with modernism, the avant-garde and Marxist theory. However, as Phoebe von Held argues in this book, 'alienation' as a sociological and aesthetic notionavant la lettre had already surfaced in the thought of eighteenth Author: Phoebe Von Held.
Alienation [Verfremdung] is a concept that is inextricably linked with the name of Bertolt Brecht; with twentieth-century modernism, the avant-garde and Marxist theory. However, alienation as a sociological and aesthetic notion avant la lettre.
Alienation and Theatricality: Diderot After Brecht Alienation (Vefremdung) is a concept inextricably linked with the name of twentieth-century German playwright Bertolt Brecht - with modernism, the avant-garde and Marxist : Alienation effect, also called a-effect or distancing effect, German Verfremdungseffekt or V-effekt, idea central to the dramatic theory of the German dramatist-director Bertolt Brecht.
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Alienation and Theatricality is a complex, subtle, and highly sophisticated engagement with two thinkers who are very easy to misrepresent Author: Maximiliano E. Korstanje. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English with some French.
Description: xiii, pages ; 26 cm. Contents: Introduction: alienating alienation --Brecht's theory of pments towards alienation ; The Marxist-Hegelian background: complexities and contradictions ; Self-alienation as technique: "astonishment guides his brush" ; External.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English with some French. Description: 1 online resource. Contents: Introduction: alienating alienation --Brecht's theory of pments towards alienation ; The Marxist-Hegelian background: complexities and contradictions ; Self-alienation as technique: "astonishment guides his brush" ; External.
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