5 F. P. Pickering , The Anglo - Norman Text of the Holkham Bible Picture Book ( Anglo - Norman Texts xxIII , Oxford ... there is no definitive modern edition , and work on the various manuscripts and cannibalizations 108 Drama and religion.
Author: James Redmond
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Themes in Drama is a journal which brings together articles and review about the dramatic and theatrical activity of a wide range of cultures and periods. The articles offer original contributions to their own specialised fields, but are presented in such a way that their significance may be readily appreciated by non-specialists. The review section is especially important since reviewers have more than usual scope to give critical accounts of drama in performance and to discuss the most significant contributions to dramatic scholarship and criticism.
1¥3, Berlin: Wilhelm Thome 1841¥46; for vol. ... Nebst einer einleitenden Abhandlung über das Wesen dramatischer Charactergestaltung], 1844; vol. ... spiced with Christian echoes and references ̄ (Is Hamlet a Religious Drama?
Author: Jon Stewart
The long period from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century supplied numerous sources for Kierkegaard's thought in any number of different fields. The present, rather heterogeneous volume covers the long period from the birth of Savonarola in 1452 through the beginning of the nineteenth century and into Kierkegaard's own time. The Danish thinker read authors representing vastly different traditions and time periods. Moreover, he also read a diverse range of genres. His interests concerned not just philosophy, theology and literature but also drama and music. The present volume consists of three tomes that are intended to cover Kierkegaard's sources in these different fields of thought. Tome III covers the sources that are relevant for literature, drama and music. Kierkegaard was well read in the European literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth century. He was captivated by the figure of Cervantes' Don Quixote, who is used as a model for humor and irony. He also enjoyed French literature, represented here by articles on Chateaubriand, Lamartine, and Mérimée. French dramatists were popular on the Danish stage, and Kierkegaard demonstrated an interest in, among others, Moliére and Scribe. Although he never possessed strong English skills, this did not prevent him from familiarizing himself with English literature, primarily with the help of German translations. While there is an established body of secondary material on Kierkegaard's relation to Shakespeare, little has been said about his use of the Irish dramatist Sheridan. It is obvious from, among other things, The Concept of Irony that Kierkegaard knew in detail the works of some of the main writers of the German Romantic movement. However, his use of the leading figures of the British Romantic movement, Byron and Shelley, remains largely unexplored terrain. The classic Danish authors of the eighteenth century, Holberg, Wessel and Ewald, were influential figures who prepared the way for the Golden Age of Danish poetry. Kierkegaard constantly refers to their dramatic characters, whom he often employs to illustrate a philosophical idea with a pregnant example or turn of phrase. Finally, while Kierkegaard is not an obvious name in musicology, his analysis of Mozart's Don Giovanni shows that he had a keen interest in music on many different levels.
(“Lux Mundi” wasa “collection of studies on the religion ofthe Incarnation”, Oxford 1889, published by young professors who were followersofthe Tractarians.) Ramseycritically presents theoften extremely subtle attempts to reconcile ...
Author: Hans Urs von Balthasar
Publisher: Ignatius Press
This is the final volume of this series on "theological dramatic theory" by the great 20th century theologian Balthasar. This series is the second part of Balthasar's trilogy on the good, the beautiful and the true which is his major work. The first series in the trilogy is The Glory of the Lord, and following this Theo-Drama series will be Theo-Logic. In this series "the good" has been the focus. Balthasar maintains that it is in the theater that man attempts a kind of transcendence to observe and to judge his own truth about himself. He sees the phenomenon of theater as a source of fruitfulness for theological reflection on the cosmic drama that involves earth and heaven. This fifth volume is trinitarian, focusing on the mystery of God. He draws heavily on Scripture and many passages from the works of the mystic Adrienne von Spyer. Some of the topics covered include "A Christian Eschotology," "The World is from the Trinity," "Earth moves Heavenward," "The Final Act: A Trinitarian Drama."
See folio 3 of The Holkham Bible Picture Book , ed . ... Medieval English Theatre 7 ( 1985 ) : 4-12 ; Meg Twycross , “ Books for the unlearned , ” in Drama und Religion , vol . 5 ( Cambridge : Cambridge UP , 1983 ) , 65-110 . 10 .
Vols. for 1956-1963 include reports of the Modern Language Association Conference on Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama (called MLA Renaissance Drama Conference Group; 1961-62 Modern Language Conference on Opportunities for Research in Renaissance Drama). Vols. for 1972/73-1974 are the reports of the Modern Language Association seminar.
Volume 5 Cornelius J. Dyck, Dennis D. Martin. DRAMATIC ARTS 246 DRESS C were produced by Good Enterprises . Festival. 245 Dramatic Arts . After three centuries of near silence , dramatic works and theatrical enterprises among Mennonites ...
Author: Cornelius J. Dyck
Publisher: Herald Press
Purchase Volume 5 of the Mennonite Encyclopedia, containing updates on materials in the first four volumes plus nearly 1,000 new articles edited by Cornelius J. Dyck and Dennis D. Martin. This gigantic resource covers the 435-year history of the faith, life, and culture of Anabaptists in Europe and Mennonites throughout the world. Presented are people, movements, and places in their relation to Mennonites. A few of the many articles covered are Argentina, Arminianism, Baptism, Baptist, Brazil, Calvin, Church, Communion, Congo, Deaconess, Education, Farming, Furniture, Grebel, Hubmaier, Hymnology, Industry, Literature, Marriage, Publishers, Reedley, Ukraine, and Zurich. The Mennonite Encyclopedia was jointly edited by historians and scholars of the Mennonite Church, General Conference of Mennonites, and Mennonite Brethren Church. More than 2,700 writers contributed articles to this reference work.
It Is An Indepth Study Of The Unique Multi-Dimensional Relationship That Exists Between Theatre And Religion.
Author: Manohar Laxman Varadpande
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
It Is An Indepth Study Of The Unique Multi-Dimensional Relationship That Exists Between Theatre And Religion. It Examines Evidence Seen In Ancient Cave Paintings, Folk And Tribal Rituals, Inscriptions, Religious Scriptures And Theatrical Forms Themselves.
Chûshingura : Studies in Kabuki and the Puppet Theatre . Honolulu : University of Hawaii ... Religion and Japanese Drama . " In James Redmond , ed . , Themes in Drama . " Drama and Religion " vol . 5. Cambridge : Cambridge University ...
Author: Samuel L. Leiter
Surveys traditional and contemporary Asian theatre through hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries written by more than 90 expert contributors.