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by Donia Mounsef,Josette Féral

  • Author: Donia Mounsef,Josette Féral
  • ISBN: 0300118198
  • ISBN13: 978-0300118193
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Yale University Press; Bilingual edition (December 28, 2007)
  • Pages: 184
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Yale French Studies, Number 112: The Transparency of the Text: Contemporary Writing for the Stage (Yale French Studies Series) (v. 112) ePub download

Josette Féral & Donia Mounsef. Part I: Avant and Après Garde. Michel Vinaver: From Writing to Staging.

Josette Féral & Donia Mounsef. Whatever Happened to the Avant-Garde? Jean-Pierre Ryngaert. Paroles en lambeaux et écritures d’entreparleurs. Voix/Voie/Vie: The Voice in Contemporary French Theatre. L’Art de l’écrit s’incarnant: The Theatre of Noëlle Renaude. Part III: Disputed Textualities. Is There A Specifically Francophone African Stage Textuality? Sylvie Chalaye. Contemporary Francophone Writings for the Theater from Africa and the West Indies.

Part I: Avant and Apres Garde contains: Whatever Happe.

After all, beyond the text, and theories about the text, an important factor .

After all, beyond the text, and theories about the text, an important factor in any theatrical project is the imaginary; it is overlooked in this volume.

The Transparency of the Text. Contemporary Writing for the Stage. Donia Mounsef and Josette Feral. NUMBER 112. FALL 2007.

No. 112 The Transparency of the Text: Contemporary Writing for the Stage 2007 pp. 1-174.

The journal welcomes interdisciplinary approaches and receives contributions from scholars and writers from around the world. No.

Yale French Studies is an academic journal published biannually by Yale University Press and connected with the French department at Yale University. The premier issue was devoted entirely to existentialism. It featured scenes from the play Les mains sales by Jean Paul Sartre and essays by renowned literary scholars. Official Web Site at Yale University Press.

The Transparency of the Text: Contemporary French and Francophone Writing for the Stage, Yale French Studies (Vol . Yale French Studies Vol. 112 (Fall 2007): 84-98. 112, Fall 2007). Articles & Book Chapters. The Future Performative: Staging the Body as Failure of the Archive. Global Performance Studies . (2018). 112 (Fall 2007): 1-4. Théâtralisation et corps hystérique dans Portrait de Dora d’Hélène Cixous.

Josette Féral & Donia Mounsef

Editors' Preface: The Transparency of the Text

Part I: Avant and Après Garde

Tom Bishop

Whatever Happened to the Avant-Garde?

Jean-Pierre Ryngaert

Paroles en lambeaux et écritures d’entreparleurs

Bernadette Bost

Beyond Drama: Total Theater

Ariane Eissen

Myth in Contemporary French Theater: A Negotiable Legacy

Josette Féral

Language Crossings: The Unspoken Must Be Said

Part II: (Under)writing the Stage

David Bradby

Michel Vinaver: From Writing to Staging

Donia Mounsef

The Language of Desire and the Desire for Language in the Theatre of Koltès and Cixous

Clare Finburgh

Voix/Voie/Vie: The Voice in Contemporary French Theatre

Mary Noonan

L’Art de l’écrit s’incarnant: The Theatre of Noëlle Renaude

Part III: Disputed Textualities

Judith Miller

Is There A Specifically Francophone African Stage Textuality?

Sylvie Chalaye

Contemporary Francophone Writings for the Theater from Africa and the West Indies

Yves Jubinville

Death and Birth of the Author: Toward a New History of Québécois Playwriting

Philippa Wehle

“Waiting for the Next Big Thing”: Why Do American Audiences Have Such Difficulty with Contemporary French Playwrights?

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