Edipo Variazioni Sul Mito

Author: Guido Avezzù
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ISBN: 9788831796040
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Sophocles Antigone

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Editor: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780936839257
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(Applause Books). Sophocles, Holderlin, Brecht, Malina four major figures in the world's theatre have all left their imprint on this remarkable dramatic text. Friedrich Holderlin translated Sophocles into German, Brecht adapted Holderlin, and now Judith Malina has rendered Brecht's version into a stunning English incarnation. Available for the first time in English.

Shakespeare Romeo And Juliet And Civic Life

Author: Silvia Bigliazzi
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317556968
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This volume introduces ‘civic Shakespeare’ as a new and complex category entailing the dynamic relation between the individual and the community on issues of authority, liberty, and cultural production. It investigates civic Shakespeare through Romeo and Juliet as a case study for an interrogation of the limits and possibilities of theatre and the idea of the civic. The play’s focus on civil strife, political challenge, and the rise of a new conception of the individual within society makes it an ideal site to examine how early modern civic topics were received and reconfigured on stage, and how the play has triggered ever new interpretations and civic performances over time. The essays focus on the way the play reflects civic life through the dramatization of issues of crisis and reconciliation when private and public spaces are brought to conflict, but also concentrate on the way the play has subsequently entered the public space of civic life. Set within the fertile context of performance studies and inspired by philosophical and sociological approaches, this book helps clarify the role of theatre within civic space while questioning the relation between citizens as spectators and the community. The wide-ranging chapters cover problems of civil interaction and their onstage representation, dealing with urban and household spaces; the boundaries of social relations and legal, economic, political, and religious regulation; and the public dimension of memory and celebration. This volume articulates civic Romeo and Juliet from the sources of genre to contemporary multicultural performances in political contact-zones and civic ‘Shakespaces,’ exploring the Bard and this play within the context of communal practices and their relations with institutions and civic interests.

Law And Ethics In Greek And Roman Declamation

Author: Eugenio Amato
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110401886
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Ancient declamation—the practice of delivering speeches on the basis of fictitious scenarios—defies easy categorization. It stands at the crossroads of several modern disciplines. It is only within the past few decades that the full complexity of declamation, and the promise inherent in its study, have come to be recognized. This volume, which contains thirteen essays from an international team of scholars, engages with the multidisciplinary nature of declamation, focusing in particular on the various interactions in declamation between rhetoric, literature, law, and ethics. Contributions pursue a range of topics, but also complement each other. Separate essays by Brescia, Lentano, and Lupi explore social roles—their tensions and expectations—as defined through declamation. With similar emphasis on historical circumstances, Quiroga Puertas and Tomassi consider the adaptation of rhetorical material to frame contemporary realities. Schwartz draws attention to the sometimes hazy borderline between declamation and the courtroom. The relationship between laws and declamation, a topic of abiding importance, is examined in studies by Berti, Breij, and Johansson. Also with an eye to the complex interaction between laws and declamation, Pasetti offers a narratological analysis of cases of poisoning. Citti discovers the concept of natural law represented in declamatory material. While looking at a case of extreme cruelty, Huelsenbeck evaluates the nature of declamatory language, emphasizing its use as an integral instrument of performance events. Zinsmaier looks at discourse on the topic of torture in rhetorical and legal contexts.

Dipus Und Die Sphinx

Author: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Editor: Tredition Classics
ISBN: 9783847294900
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Dieses Werk ist Teil der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS. Der Verlag tredition aus Hamburg veroffentlicht in der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS Werke aus mehr als zwei Jahrtausenden. Diese waren zu einem Grossteil vergriffen oder nur noch antiquarisch erhaltlich. Mit der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS verfolgt tredition das Ziel, tausende Klassiker der Weltliteratur verschiedener Sprachen wieder als gedruckte Bucher zu verlegen - und das weltweit! Die Buchreihe dient zur Bewahrung der Literatur und Forderung der Kultur. Sie tragt so dazu bei, dass viele tausend Werke nicht in Vergessenheit geraten

Ricerche E Prospettive Di Teatro E Musica

Author: Elisabetta Fazzini
Editor: LED Edizioni Universitarie
ISBN: 8879167626
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L’idea di delineare un percorso di incontro tra i due linguaggi, quello drammaturgico e quello musicale, è alla base degli approfondimenti scientifici nei due ambiti artistici presentati in questo volume, che attraversano epoche e aree culturali diverse, esplorano interconnessioni e interferenze reciproche tra le forme espressive. Con un’ottica interdisciplinare e offrendo spunti sempre stimolanti, i saggi delle diverse sezioni toccano temi che vanno dalla rivisitazione di opere classiche teatrali alla nascita di nuove concezioni sulla scena e la danza; dall’esame di manoscritti musicali preziosi per la nostra tradizione alla rivalutazione di forme musicali moderne; dall’evoluzione degli strumenti musicali e conseguente trasformazione della creazione artistica all’uso delle nuove tecnologie di registrazione, riproduzione e fruizione del suono e della musica; dalla modalità di messa in scena di opere musicali alle interconnessioni tra teatro, musica, letteratura, politica e società.

Electra

Author: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
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The Gods Are Not To Blame

Author: Ola Rotimi
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ISBN:
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Il Mito Cristianizzato

Author: Daniela Dalla Valle
Editor: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039109661
Size: 11,96 MB
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Il volume, diviso in due parti, analizza in che modo due miti classici impostati sull'incesto - quello di Fedra e quello di Edipo - vengono ripresi, rielaborati e trasformati nella letteratura teatrale francese del Seicento. Accanto a problemi letterari e teatrali che emergono da questo insieme di analisi, l'elemento ideologicamente dominante e l'inserimento del discorso religioso cristiano sulla tematica mitica: la cristianizzazione del mito, dunque, che serve a modernizzarlo. E proprio in questo senso che anche i due testi centrali, la "Phedre "di Racine e l'"OEdipe" di Corneille, vengono riletti e riproposti ai lettori di oggi."

Lo Scimmione Intelligente

Author: Edoardo Boncinelli
Editor: Bur
ISBN: 8858636147
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La libertà non è un dono ricevuto per grazia, ma il prodotto delle nostre scelte, una condizione strettamente legata alla nostra stessa evoluzione. Edoardo Boncinelli, biologo e genetista, e Giulio Giorello, filosofo della scienza, si confrontano sui limiti fisici e culturali che influiscono sulle nostre decisioni, e arrivano a un’esplicita conclusione: non serve ricorrere a Dio per spiegare la presenza dell’uomo sulla Terra, per comprendere i meccanismi che regolano il nostro comportamento. Da secoli l’uomo riflette sulla propria natura, dalla questione del libero arbitrio al dibattito sul determinismo, dalle rivoluzionarie affermazioni di Darwin ai nuovi interrogativi suscitati dalle neuroscienze. Domande e risposte che si rinnovano in questo dialogo serrato tra lo scienziato e il filosofo, nel solco di un confronto che da secoli guida il cammino dell’uomo verso la libertà.