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Clowns, fools and picaros : popular forms in theatre, fiction and film

Auteur : David Robb
Éditeur : Amsterdam ; New York, NY : Rodopi, 2007.
Collection : At the interface/probing the boundaries, v. 43.
Édition/format :   Livre électronique : Document : Publication de conférence : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"By its very nature the clown, as represented in art, is an interdisciplinary phenomenon. In whichever artform it appears - fiction, drama, film, photography or fine art - it carries the symbolic association of its usage in popular culture, be it ritual festivities, street theatre or circus. The clown, like its extended family of fools, jesters, picaros and tricksters, has a variety of functions all focussed around  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Electronic books
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Format – détails additionnels : Print version:
Clowns, fools and picaros.
Amsterdam ; New York, NY : Rodopi, 2007
Type d’ouvrage : Publication de conférence, Document, Ressource Internet
Format : Ressource Internet, Fichier informatique
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : David Robb
ISBN : 9781435613386 1435613384 9042023406 9789042023406
Numéro OCLC : 183306394
Notes : Based on papers from a conference held at the Queen's University of Belfast in September 4-6, 2003.
Description : 1 online resource (233 pages).
Contenu : ContentsDavid ROBB: IntroductionRobert CHEESMOND: Where the Antic SitsFaye RAN: Modern Tragicomedy and the FoolAshley TOBIAS: The Postmodern Theatre ClownRudiger GORNER: Nietzsche and the Praise of MasksMaxim Leonid WEINTRAUB: Clowning Around at the Limits of Representation: On Fools, Fetishes and Bruce Naumann's Clown TortureBarbara LEWIS: An American Circus: the Lynch Victim as ClownKayode Gboyega KOFOWOROLA: The Court Jester in Nigerian DramaRon JENKINS: "Fratello Arlecchino": Clowns, Kings, and Bombs in BaliStephen KNAPPER: Scaramouche: The Mask and the MilleniumDes O'RAWE: The Cinema of Masks: Commedia dell 'Arte and Jean Renoir's The Golden CoachDavid ROBB: From Nestroy to Wenzel & Mensching: Carnivalesque Revolutionaries in the German-Speaking Theatrical TraditionMarina KOTZAMANI: Karlos Koun, Karaghiozis and The Birds: Aristophanes as Popular TheatreStephen LLANO: The Clown as Social Critic: Kerouac's VisionBernhard MALKMUS: Picaresque Narratology: Lazarillo de Tormes and Edgar Hilsenrath's Der Nazi und der Friseur
Titre de collection : At the interface/probing the boundaries, v. 43.
Responsabilité : edited by David Robb.

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"By its very nature the clown, as represented in art, is an interdisciplinary phenomenon. In whichever artform it appears - fiction, drama, film, photography or fine art - it carries the symbolic association of its usage in popular culture, be it ritual festivities, street theatre or circus. The clown, like its extended family of fools, jesters, picaros and tricksters, has a variety of functions all focussed around its status and image of being "other." Frequently a marginalised figure, it provides the foil for the shortcomings of dominant discourse or the absurdities of human behaviour." "Clowns, Fools and Picaros represents the latest research on the clown, bringing together for the first time studies from four continents: Europe, America, Africa and Asia. It attempts to ascertain commonalities, overlaps and differences between artistic expressions of the "clownesque" from these various continents and genres, and above all, to examine the role of the clown in our cultures today." "This volume is of interest for scholars of political and comic drama, film and visual art as well as scholars of comparative literature and anthropology."--Jacket.

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