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Dans King John de Shakespeare, le jeune Arthur fait usage de sa verve afin de convaincre ses bourreaux de ne pas le rendre aveugle. As regards the remarkable success of his eloquence, Arthur may be seen as embodying a variation on the figure of Hercules Gallicus. One may ask, does the ascription of heavily rhetorical speeches to Arthur associate him inescapably with deceit and compromise his childlike-ness? Or else, is such obvious stylization meant to be appreciated as a stand-alone aesthetic stimulus, free from contingencies of narrative and vraisemblance? Even after factoring in the thick rhetorical apparatus of the play it may be possible to show, my article argues, that Arthur is an embattled child who uses rhetoric and deceit to cope with adult intentions. Go to, hold your tongue! Immediately after that, he capitalizes on the phrasing of the rebuke to change his request and thus buy time.
The beginning of Shakespeare's 2 Henry IV takes the form of an address to the audience, as a single figure enters the stage and speaks a choric prologue directly to the auditorium. The performance technique that is enacted here is familiar enough from many other plays in the period, especially those that deal with history. However, this one is not content simply with raising the issue of the representation of prior historical events. It goes a stage further, playing with the inevitability of such events being misconstrued:. Most users should sign in with their email address.
Access options available:. Shakespeare Quarterly By Robert Weimann. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, When it comes to understanding how—and to what ends—performance practices interacted with scripted text on the early modern stage, Robert Weimann is the most accomplished critic of our time. In his new book he returns to themes broached in his earlier texts, especially Shakespeare and the Popular Tradition in the Theater and Authority and Representation in Early Modern Discourse , but he does so here with a mastery that is newly compelling.
This study redefines relations between writing and playing in Shakespeares theatre as marked by difference as well as integration in both the provenance and the production process of early modern stages. In his close readings in Richard III, Midsummer Nights Dream, Hamlet, Troilus and Cressida, Macbeth, Timon of Athens and other plays, the author traces contrariety but also liminality between the imaginary world-in-theplay and the visible, audible playing-in-the-world of the playhouse. Engaging both worlds, Shakespeares stage projects verbal and performance practices each to double business bound; together they inform his theatres most potent impulse then and, the author suggests, now, in our own theatre. In the field of Shakespeare and early modern studies, his most recent booklength study is Authority and Representation in Early Modern Discourse
Presentational acting and the related representational acting are opposing ways of sustaining the actor—audience relationship. With presentational acting, the actor acknowledges the audience. With representational acting, the audience is studiously ignored and treated as voyeurs. In the sense of actor-character relationship , the type of theatre that uses 'presentational acting' in the actor-audience relationship, is often associated with a performer using 'representational acting' in their actor-character methodology. Conversely, the type of theatre that uses 'representational acting' in the first sense is often associated with a performer using 'presentational acting' methodology.
Auslander published a second edition of his book in , noting that rapid advances in digital technologies had already challenged and perhaps displaced the dominant televisual paradigm which he had identified at the turn of the twenty-first century. Though all of these movements had precursors long before , this essay will argue that all three have become pervasive since then. There are many similarities among these various formats, but substantial differences too. But in fact the antecedent of this movement was in existence well before Auslander wrote his book. Osborne has pointed out, the film is now widely available on DVD
Written in English. Octo , Washington, D. Praised for. They used to have their own theater, but some child-actors became more popular a contemporary allusion by Shakespeare to the late summer of , and the adult actors took to the road.
Кошачья жила. Из нее делают струны для ракеток. - Как мило, - вздохнула .
Вы всегда добиваетесь своего… вы добьетесь… Да, - подумал. - Я добиваюсь своих целей, но честь для меня важнее. Я скорее предпочту умереть, чем жить в тени позора.
Фонтейн был гигантом из гигантов, но Стратмора это как будто не касалось. Он отстаивал перед директором свои идеи со спокойствием невозмутимого боксера-профессионала. Даже президент Соединенных Штатов не решался бросать вызов Фонтейну, что не раз позволял себе Стратмор. Для этого нужен был политический иммунитет - или, как в случае Стратмора, политическая индифферентность. Сьюзан поднялась на верхнюю ступеньку лестницы.
Сьюзан смотрела на него в растерянности. Стратмор продолжал: - Внезапно я увидел в Цифровой крепости шанс, который выпадает раз в жизни. Ведь если внести в код ряд изменений, Цифровая крепость будет работать на нас, а не против. Ничего более абсурдного Сьюзан слышать еще не доводилось. Цифровая крепость - не поддающийся взлому код, он погубит агентство.
Он хотел говорить, но слова застревали у него в горле. Он протягивал свою изуродованную руку… пытаясь что-то сообщить. Танкадо хотел спасти наш банк данных, - говорила она .
Criticism based on literary or formalist conceptions of structure or on the history of ideas, Robert Weimann contends, has removed Shakespeare from the theater.