Download E-books En el camino (Compactos Anagrama) PDF

Con el paso del tiempo, "En el camino", un libro que fue l. a. biblia y el manifiesto de l. a. generación beat, se ha convertido en una «novela de culto» y en un clásico de l. a. literatura norteamericana. Con un inconfundible estilo bop, que consiguió para Kerouac el título de «heredero de Charlie Parker», en esta novela se narran los viajes enloquecidos, a bordo de Cadillacs prestados y Dodges desvencijados, de Dean Moriarty el mítico hipster, el héroe de todos los beatniks, «un demente, un ángel, un pordiosero» y el narrador Sal Paradise, recorriendo el continente, de Nueva York a Nueva Orleans, Ciudad de México, San Francisco, Chicago y regreso a Nueva York. Alco- hol, orgías, marihuana, éxtasis, angustia y desolación, el retrato de una América subterránea, auténtica y desinhibida, ajena a todo stablishment. Una crónica cuyos protagonistas, en los angeles vida actual y en el libro, fueron Jack Kerouac (Sal Paradise), Neal Cassady (Dean Moriarty), Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs.

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Download E-books Themes and Conventions of Elizabethan Tragedy PDF

By M. C. Bradbrook

The 1st variation of this publication shaped the root of the fashionable method of Elizabethan poetic drama as a appearing artwork, an method pursued in next volumes by means of Professor Bradbrook. Its effect has additionally prolonged to different fields; it's been studied via Grigori Kozintesev and Sergei Eisenstein for example. Conventions of open degree, stylized plot and characters, and actors' traditions of presentation are on the topic of the precise expectancies which a rhetorical education produced within the listeners. the final dialogue of tragic conventions is by way of person experiences of the way those have been utilized by Marlowe, Tourneur, Webster and Middlewon. For this moment version Professor Bradbrook has revised her fabric and written a brand new advent. a brand new ultimate bankruptcy on performace and characterization describes the conventions of role-playing. Dramatists prior to and after Shakespeare are in comparison with him of their tools of revealing a fancy id on degree. This bankruptcy additionally considers the paintings of Marston, Chapman and Ford relating to the subjects and conventions studied in past chapters, offering a hyperlink with the next volumes in A heritage of Elizabethan Drama.

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Download E-books The Performance of Middle English Culture: Essays on Chaucer and the Drama in Honor of Martin Stevens PDF

Theatricality as a cultural strategy is very important within the center a while; it encompasses not just the thematic importation of dramatic pictures into the Canterbury stories, but additionally the social and ideological `performativities' of the secret and morality performs, metadramatic investments, and the ludic energies of Chaucerian discourses commonly. The twelve essays accumulated right here tackle for the 1st time this intersection, utilizing modern conception and old scholarship to regard a couple of very important serious difficulties, together with the anthropology of theatrical functionality; gender; allegory; Chaucerian metapoetics; intertextual play and jouissance; social mediation and rhetoric; style; and the institutionality of medieval stories. JAMES J. PAXSON is affiliate Professor of English on the collage of Florida; LAWRENCE M. CLOPPER is Professor of English at Indiana collage; SYLVIA TOMASCHis affiliate Professor of English at Hunter collage, urban collage of recent York. individuals: KATHLEEN ASHLEY, MARLENE CLARK, RICHARD DANIELS, ALFRED DAVID, RICHARD ok. EMMERSON, JOHN GANIM, WARREN GINSBERG, ROBERT W. HANNING, SHARON KRAUS, SETH LERER, WILLIAM MCLELLAN, PAMELA SHEINGORN, PETER W. TRAVIS

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Download E-books Constructions of Female Homoeroticism in Early Modern Drama (Early Modern Cultural Studies) PDF

This ebook explores representations of affection and hope among woman characters in approximately seventy performs written among 1580 and 1660. The paintings argues that playwrights of overdue 16th- and early seventeenth-century England well-known and developed richly diversified tropes of girl homoerotic wish. Writers position lady characters in erotic events with different woman characters in playful situations of incorrect identification, in frightened moments of amorous intrigue, in predatory events and in enthusiastic, utopian representations of romantic love. those performs point out an knowledge of girl homoeroticism in early smooth England and belie statements that literary facts of homosexuality used to be involved basically with males.

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Download E-books Supernatural Environments in Shakespeare's England: Spaces of Demonism, Divinity, and Drama PDF

By Kristen Poole

Bringing jointly contemporary scholarship on faith and the spatial mind's eye, Kristen Poole examines how altering non secular ideals and reworking conceptions of area have been collectively informative within the a long time round 1600. Supernatural Environments in Shakespeare's England explores a sequence of cultural areas that concentrated recognition on interactions among the human and the demonic or divine: the deathbed, purgatory, demonic contracts and their spatial encompass, Reformation cosmologies and a panorama newly topic to cartographic surveying. It examines the probably incongruous coexistence of conventional spiritual ideals and new mathematical, geometrical methods of perceiving the surroundings. Arguing that the past due 16th- and early seventeenth-century degree dramatized the phenomenological stress that resulted from this uneasy confluence, this groundbreaking examine considers the advanced nature of supernatural environments in Marlowe's health practitioner Faustus and Shakespeare's Othello, Hamlet, Macbeth and The Tempest.

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Download E-books A History of Modern Drama, Volume II: 1960-2000 PDF

By David Krasner

A historical past of recent Drama: Volume II explores a extraordinary breadth of themes and analytical methods to the dramatic works, authors, and transitional occasions and events that formed global drama from 1960 via to the sunrise of the recent millennium.

  • Features particular analyses of performs and playwrights, interpreting the effect of a variety of writers, from mainstream icons similar to Harold Pinter and Edward Albee, to extra unorthodox works by way of Peter Weiss and Sarah Kane
  • Provides international assurance of either English and non-English dramas – together with works from Africa and Asia to the center East
  • Considers the impression of artwork, track, literature, structure, society, politics, tradition, and philosophy at the formation of postmodern dramatic literature
  • Combines wide-ranging themes with unique theories, foreign viewpoint, and philosophical and cultural context

Completes a finished two-part paintings interpreting smooth international drama, and along A heritage of contemporary Drama: Volume I, bargains readers whole assurance of an entire century within the evolution of world dramatic literature.

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Download E-books Tragedy Walks the Streets: The French Revolution in the Making of Modern Drama PDF

By Matthew S. Buckley

Tragedy Walks the Streets challenges the traditional realizing that the evolution of ecu drama successfully got here to a halt in the course of France's innovative period. during this interdisciplinary historical past at the emergence of recent drama in eu tradition, Matthew S. Buckley contends that the political theatricality of the Revolution verified and compelled the evolution of dramatic varieties, supplanting the theater itself because the fundamental level of formal improvement. Drawing on quite a lot of texts and photographs, he demonstrates how the social and political enlistment of dramatic theatricality inflected emerging social and political tensions in pre-Revolutionary France, formed French progressive political tradition, conditioned British political and cultural responses to the Revolution, and served because the impetus for Büchner’s radical formal options of the 1830s.

Setting apart conventional obstacles of literary scholarship, Buckley pursues as a substitute a historical past of dramatic shape that encompasses the complete diversity of dramatic task within the altering cultural lifetime of the past due eighteenth and early 19th century, together with paintings, structure, journalism, political functionality, and social habit. Surveying this elevated box of inquiry, Buckley weaves jointly a coherent formal family tree of the drama in this interval and provides a brand new, extra non-stop frequent historical past of contemporary drama in its first and so much turbulent section of development.

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Download E-books The New Comedy of Greece and Rome PDF

In scripting this booklet at the performs of latest Comedy the author's target is to fill a spot within the current literature through focusing on what one may search for in gazing and examining those performs and why such an workout may be satisfying. The social comedy of Menander, Plautus and Terence supplied a method of comedian drama which was once to turn out the foundation of all next western comedy. Dr Hunter supplies a literary account of this drama, putting it in its historic context after which ranging over a couple of particular themes and subject matters: the dramatic craft of the poets, their exploration of ways to offer sort to stereotyped plots and characters, the presentation of girls, using language and subject matters from tragedy, where of moralising and philosophy. All Greek and Latin is translated.

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Download E-books Framing Faust: Twentieth-Century Cultural Struggles PDF

By Inez Hedges

In this interdisciplinary cultural background that encompasses movie, literature, tune, and drama, Inez Hedges follows the thread of the Faustian insurgent within the significant highbrow currents of the final hundred years. She offers Faust and his counterpart Mephistopheles as antagonistic—yet complementary—figures whose effective clash used to be fundamental to such phenomena because the start of narrative cinema, the increase of modernist avant-gardes prior to global battle II, and feminist reviews of Western cultural traditions.

Framing Faust: Twentieth-Century Cultural Struggles pursues a dialectical method of cultural heritage. utilizing the probing lens of cultural experiences, Hedges exhibits how claims to the Faustian legacy permeated the fight opposed to Nazism within the Nineteen Thirties whereas infusing not just the hunt for socialist utopias in Russia, France, and Germany, but additionally the search for legitimacy on each side of the chilly conflict divide after 1945.

Hedges balances new views on such famous works as Thomas Mann’s Dr. Faustus and Jack Kerouac’s Dr. Sax with discussions of formerly ignored twentieth-century expressions of the Faust delusion, together with American film noir and the Faust motion pictures of Stan Brakhage. She evaluates musical compositions—Hanns Eisler’s Faust libretto, the opera Votre Faust by Henri Pousseur and Michel Butor, and Alfred Schnittke’s Faust Cantata—as good as works of fiction and drama in French and German, a lot of that have heretofore by no means been mentioned outdoor slim disciplinary confines.

Enhanced via twenty-four illustrations, Framing Faust provides a desirable and concentrated narrative of a few of the foremost cultural struggles of the prior century as visible throughout the Faustian prism, and establishes Faust as a massive present-day body of reference.

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