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I have come to believe ... that the stage may do more than teach, that much of our current moral instruction will not endure the t ...
As a particularly dramatic gesture, he throws wide his arms and whacks the side of the barn with the heavy cane he uses to stab at ...
Analogies between the stage and the screen assume that they deal with the same material. But they don't. The material of the scree ...
Compare ... the cinema with theatre. Both are dramatic arts. Theatre brings actors before a public and every night during the seas ...
The dramatic art would appear to be rather a feminine art; it contains in itself all the artifices which belong to the province of ...
Blake and Goethe were individualists par excellence, uncompromisingly protective of their single vision. In both Faust Part II and ...
Both Eliot and Pound condense; their best verse is weighted--Pound's, with sensual experience primarily, and Eliot's with beliefs. ...
The history of theater from the medieval period until the nineteenth century has been in large part a history of further and furth ...
The theater-goer in conventional dramatic theater says: Yes, I've felt that way, too. That's the way I am. That's life. That's the ...
Christianity was only a very strong and singularly well-timed Salvation Army movement that happened to receive help from an unusua ...
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