Drama and Mankind

But if he build upon a misconception of humanity he builds upon sand. Shaw has
said there can be no new drama without a new philosophy. Without precisely
understanding what a philosophy may be (the doctors differ) may one amplify Mr.

Drama and Mankind

Author: Halcott Glover

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Opera and drama

... Drama , Romance stepped down again , and sought for Actuality in faithful
portraiture of social life of · Burgher class ( 175 ) . But the externals of Burgher -
society were a characterless mask ; lifted , the whole unloveliness of human
society ...

Opera and drama

Author: Richard Wagner

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Human Life in Shakespeare

We demand aims at an ideal reproduction of human life . Actual life is full of grief
and guilt . The mimic life of the drama idealizes these into tragedy . Actual life is
also full of gayety and absurdity . These the drama idealizes into comedy . As the
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Human Life in Shakespeare

Author: Henry Giles

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Page: 286

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Human Life in Shakespeare

We demand aims at an ideal reproduction of human life . Actual life is full of grief
and guilt . The mimic life of the drama idealizes these into tragedy . Actual life is
also full of gayety and absurdity . These the drama idealizes into comedy . As the
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Human Life in Shakespeare

Author: Henry GILES (Unitarian Minister.)

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The Five Great Skeptical Dramas of History

In this respect he forms a complete contrast to Montaigne , who was always
willing to pose as a human monstrosity , not ... with which the drama commences
, to the halfabstract ideal of struggling and falling , yet ever progressing humanity
with ...

The Five Great Skeptical Dramas of History

Author: John Owen

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Page: 398

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Short speeches appear in Walter Hasenclever's Humanity ( 1918 ) which is a
good example to illustrate the most extreme form of ... The use of dream
sequences is one of the essential techniques employed in expressionist drama .
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Rabindranath Tagore s Drama in the Perspective of Indian Theatre

... DRAMA King Govinda to the beggar girl Aparna, gather to discuss a sacrifice
and its ramifications on human lives. ... of Visarjan lies in the conflict within
Jaising's soul vacillating between the demands of religion and the claims of
humanity.

Rabindranath Tagore s Drama in the Perspective of Indian Theatre

Author: Mala Renganathan

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 1785273957

Page: 196

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‘Rabindranath Tagore's Drama in the Perspective of Indian Theatre’ maps Tagore’s place in the Indian dramatic/performance traditions by examining unexplored critical perspectives on his drama such as his texts as performance texts; their exploration in multimedia; reflections of Indian culture in his plays; comparison with playwrights; theatrical links to his world of music and performance genres; his plays in the context of cross-cultural, intercultural theatre; the playwright as a poet-performer-composer and their interconnections and his drama on the Indian stage.

The Literary Digest

And what , after all , do we seek in a novel , if it is not human nature ? ing all
others , Scribe reached the point of making of the To catch mankind in the act , as
it were ; to surprise the secrets drama a special art , which did without ideas ...

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Creative Drama

But equally false is the cynical presentation in which human beings are deprived
of their humanity and represented as ... The second thought is of what great
drama gives us — a picture of the waywardness of humanity , the uniqueness
and ...

Creative Drama

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World drama from Aeschylus to Turgenev

Some of his dramas , If this were actually true , it is unlikely that it would notably
Alcestis and The Bacchae , have a Midsum ... The last inend of the play , a
profoundly realistic drama , which humanity he exhibits — the murder of Hector's
infant ...

World drama from Aeschylus to Turgenev

Author: John Gassner

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Yeats Development of a Symbolic Drama

Ellmann coments on At the Hawk ' s Well , " The collision which we have
observed in his earlier dramas between humanity and pattern no longer occurs . "
( 90 ) I agree wholeheartedly with this conclusion but find his designation of
causal ...

Yeats  Development of a Symbolic Drama

Author: Audrey Lee Elise Strabel

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Journal of Human Relations

HUMAN VALUES IN DRAMA To me it seems as if when God conceived the world
, that was Poetry ; He formed it and that was Sculpture ; He colored it , and that
was Painting ; He peopled it with living beings , and that was the grand , divine ...

Journal of Human Relations

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