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Gabriel García Márquez

Author: George R McMurray
Publisher: New York : Ungar, ©1977.
Series: Modern literature monographs.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Contains a full chapter on One Hundred Years of Solitude, plus critiques on his short stories and other novels.
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McMurray, George R., 1925-
Gabriel García Márquez.
New York : Ungar, ©1977
(OCoLC)567539246
Named Person: Gabriel García Márquez; Gabriel García Márquez; Gabriel García Márquez; Gabriel García Márquez; Gabriel García Márquez
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George R McMurray
ISBN: 0804426201 9780804426206
OCLC Number: 2858980
Description: x, 182 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction: A psychoanalytic approach to problems of creativity in the theater --
pt. 1. The psychological equipment and development of the artist in modern theater: The actor --
The dramatist --
The director --
The critic --
The psychobiographical approach to creativity in the theater --
pt. 2. The actor's psychobiography: some predeterminants of creative success and failure: Stanislavski: fame and success --
John Wilkes Booth: failure and fame --
pt. 3. The dramatist's psychobiography and his plays: O'Neill's conscious and unconscious autobiographical dramas --
Shaw's childhood and Pygmalion --
pt. 4. The created characters and their psychoanalytic value: A trio of Tennessee Williams' heroines: the psychology of prostitution --
Sophocles' Antigone: the psychology of the old maid --
O'Neill's Electra: the psychology of mourning --
pt. 5. A psychoanalytic view of the crises in creativity in modern theater: The crisis in creative criticism: homespun versus dynamic psychology --
The crisis in creative acting: the Stanislavski method versus representational acting --
The crisis in creative playwrighting: author versus analyst -art versus portraiture --
Psychoanalysis and theater: past, present, and past-future.
Series Title: Modern literature monographs.
Responsibility: George R. McMurray.

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Contains a full chapter on One Hundred Years of Solitude, plus critiques on his short stories and other novels.

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