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Contrasting the early modern and the postmodern semiotics of telling stories : why we perform Shakespeare's plays differently today

Author: Attila Kiss
Publisher: Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.
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The epistemological uncertainties of the early modern and the postmodern give rise an anatomical desire that is behind several representational techniques. This title scrutinizes this anatomical  Read more...

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Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Attila Kiss
ISBN: 9780773414761 0773414762
OCLC Number: 694238172
Description: x, 203 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : the aims of semiography --
The postsemiotics of the subject --
The early modern subject --
The semiotics of the emblematic theater --
Genotheater and phenotheater --
The semiography of the fantastic body --
The semiography of Iago, The merchant of Venice --
Hamlet and cinematographical anatomy : Gabor Body's stage of consciousness --
Cloud 9 and the semiotics of postcolonisalism --
Surface treatment : the semiography of Crash --
Towards a conclusion : double anatomy and the Other of the subject in the theaters of anatomy.
Responsibility: Attila Kiss ; with a foreword by Gyorgy Endre Szonyi.

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