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Literary visions

Author: Fran Dorn; Maryland Public Television.; Corporation for Community College Television.
Publisher: [Maryland] : Maryland Public Television, ©1992.
Series: Annenberg/CPB collection.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores literary works by a broad spectrum of writers through dramatizations, readings and interviews with authors.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fran Dorn; Maryland Public Television.; Corporation for Community College Television.
ISBN: 1559464852 9781559464857
OCLC Number: 25822030
Notes: Each program is 30 min.
Credits: Videographer, Michael Goldsmith ; editor, Michael R. Fevang ; music, Mark Roumelis ; directors, Scott Hilton Davis, William Scott Bealmear ; writers, Ann Chatterton Klimas, Diane Harrison.
Performer(s): Narrator, Fran Dorn.
Event notes: Editor, Michael R. Fevang ; videographer, Michael Goldsmith ; camera, Deborah Angeli, Terry Williams ; music, Mark Roumelis.
Description: 13 videocassettes : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Contents: v. 1/2. An introduction to literature ; Responding to literature --
v. 3/4. The art of the essay ; The elements of short fiction --
v. 5/6. Plot and structure in short fiction ; Character in short fiction --
v. 7/8. Setting and character in short fiction ; Tone and style in short fiction --
v. 9/10. Symbolism and allegory in short fiction ; Theme in short fiction --
v. 11/12. The elements of poetry ; Setting and character in poetry --
v. 13/14. Words and imagines in poetry ; Rhetorical figures in poetry --
v. 15/16. Prosody and form in poetry ; Myth, symbolism and allusion in poetry --v. 17/18. Theme in poetry ; The elements of drama --
v. 19/20. Character and actors in drama ; Plot and conflict in drama --
v. 21/22. Setting and staging in drama ; The language of drama --
v. 23/24. Myth and symbolism in drama ; Theme in drama --
v. 25/26. The power of literature ; The uses of literature.
Series Title: Annenberg/CPB collection.
Responsibility: Maryland Public Television production and Corp. for Community College Television ; executive producer, Gail Porter Long ; producer, Elizabeth A. Nardone ; directors, Scott Hilton Davis, William Scott Bealmear ; writer, Ann Chatterton Klimas.

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Explores literary works by a broad spectrum of writers through dramatizations, readings and interviews with authors.

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