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The Third Ear

Author : Chris Lonsdale
ISBN : 9789889888701
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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You Can Learn Any Language -- Are you hesitating to learn a new language because you've heard it's difficult? Or are you trying right now but finding it harder than you imagined? What if you could become fluent in a new language in a very short period of time -- just months, or maybe even weeks? You can learn any new language quickly and easily. It doesn't require pain or frustration. It can be fun, exciting and enlightening. Of course, to have this experience you do need to know a few things. You need to find and use your hidden talent -- something we call the Third Ear. The Third Ear takes you step by step along a path to think about language learning in totally new ways. Ways that help you realise you already know how to learn any language. You just needed to be reminded.

H Ren Mit Dem Dritten Ohr

Author : Theodor Reik
ISBN : 3880744831
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Venture To The Third Ear

Author : Burma Brown
ISBN : 9780557498574
Genre : Poetry
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Finding love and romance with the experience that life has set forth.

Listening With The Third Ear

Author : Theodor Reik
ISBN : 0374518009
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Case histories are used to show that a psychoanalyst's ability to understand and relate to his patients reflects his skills of self-observation and self-analysis

H Ren Mit Dem Dritten Ohr

Author : Theodor Reik
ISBN : 3596267668
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H Ren Mit Dem Dritten Ohr

Author : Theodor Reik
ISBN : 345508978X
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Inhaltsübersicht: Einführung(Das Leben, das Werk Theodor Reiks), Einleitung, I. Selbstbeobachtung und Selbstanalyse, II. Die Werkstatt, III. Der Scheideweg, IV. Die Sprache der Seele, Schlusswort, Nachbemerkung.

Stories For The Third Ear

Author : Lee Wallas
ISBN : 0393700194
Genre : Medical
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This book includes a step-by-step preparation for clients' receptivity to the stories, describing how rapport can be established and resistance lowered during the initial sessions of hypnotherapy. Then the stories are set within their original clinical context, so that we can comprehend their powerful impact on the course of therapy.

The Phenomenology Of The Third Ear

Author : Grant Martin Woodard
ISBN : UOM:39015029723155
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The Third Ear

Author : Penelope Hetherington
ISBN : 0959355014
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Hearing Difference

Author : Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren
ISBN : 1563682907
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This engrossing study investigates the connections between hearing and deafness in experimental, Deaf, and multicultural theater. Author Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren focuses on how to articulate a Deaf aesthetic and how to grasp the meaning of moments of “deafness” in theater works that do not simply reinscribe a hearing bias back into one’s analysis. She employs a model using a device for cross-sensory listening across domains of sound, silence, and the moving body in performance that she calls the “third ear.” Kochhar-Lindgren then charts a genealogy of the theater of the third ear from the mid-1800s to the 1960s in examples ranging from Denis Diderot, the Symbolists, the Dadaists, Antonin Artaud, and others. She also analyzes the work of playwright Robert Wilson, the National Theatre of the Deaf, and Asian American director Ping Chong. She shows how the model of the third ear can address not only deaf performance but also multicultural performance, by analyzing the Seattle dance troupe Ragamala’s 2001 production of Transposed Heads, which melded classical South Indian use of mudras, or hand gestures, and ASL signing. The shift in attention limned in Hearing Difference leads to a different understanding of the body, intersubjectivity, communication, and cross-cultural relations, confirming it as a critically important contribution to contemporary Deaf studies.

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