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Perverse Midrash : Oscar Wilde, André Gide, and censorship of biblical drama

Auteur: Katherine Brown Downey
Uitgever: New York : Continuum, ©2004.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Downey uses Oscar Wilde's Salome and Andre Gide's Saul to discuss censorship of biblical drama from the sixteenth century through the nineteenth century.

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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Downey, Katherine Brown.
Perverse Midrash.
New York : Continuum, ©2004
(OCoLC)637176084
Genoemd persoon: Oscar Wilde; Salome, (Biblical figure); Oscar Wilde; André Gide; Saul, King of Israel; André Gide; Oscar Wilde; Oscar Wilde; André Gide; André Gide; Oscar Wilde; André Gide
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Katherine Brown Downey
ISBN: 0826416225 9780826416223 0826416217 9780826416216
OCLC-nummer: 55645008
Beschrijving: xi, 180 pages ; 23 cm
Inhoud: Prologue: "Half Biblical, Half Pornographic" --
Act I: Cultural Dialogues --
Scene 1: Nostos and Shavah: Recovering Spiritual Origins --
The Bible and the Theatre --
Biblical Criticism and Popularization --
Symboliste Theatre and Reform --
Scene 2: Unveiling Fears: Literary History as Guardian of Culture --
Accounting for the Medieval Mysteries --
Defending Censorship of the Bible on Stage --
"Abuses" and Fears --
Act II: Interpretive Monologues --
Scene 1: Manifesting Fears: Oscar Wilde's Salomé --
Sources of the Salome Legend --
Wilde's Salomé --
Wilde's Desire and "Religious Drama" --
Scene 2: Perverting the Text: André Gide's Saül --
The "Biblical" Account --
The Interpretive Problem --
Gide's Perversions --
Epilogue: Perverse Midrashim --
Overcoming Adversity --
A Subversive Genre --
Reverting to Wilde and Gide --
Works Cited.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Katherine Brown Downey.
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"Sometimes it takes one to know one. Oscar Wilde and Andre Gide, writers thought scandalous and subversive in their day, responded with unique sympathy to scandal and subversion in the Bible. With Meer lezen...

 
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