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A Philosophy Of Comedy On Stage And Screen

Author : Shaun May
ISBN : 9781472580450
Genre : Drama
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As far as we know, only human beings have a sense of humour – although chimps might laugh when tickled, and dogs respond similarly in play, Seth McFarlane's fan-base is comprised exclusively of humans. Whilst animals and robots might feature as prominent characters in our favourite comic movies, shows and stand-up routines, we have no reason to suspect that their real-life brethren get the joke. Drawing on the philosophy of Martin Heidegger, Shaun May attempts to address this issue – suggesting that there is something distinctive about human beings which grounds our ability to make and comprehend jokes. Guiding the reader through a range of examples, including the films of Charlie Chaplin, the stand-up of Francesca Martinez, the TV show Family Guy and Samuel Beckett's Endgame, he demonstrates that in order to get the joke you have to 'be there'.

The Puppet Booth

Author : Henry Blake Fuller
ISBN : HARVARD:32044080907603
Genre : Gay men
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Woman And Puppet Etc

Author : Pierre Louÿs
ISBN : HARVARD:32044058141276
Genre : Control (Psychology)
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The Puppet Show

Author : Marian Bower
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000196845
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Materials Media In Art Therapy

Author : Catherine Hyland Moon
ISBN : 9781135161620
Genre : Psychology
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In art making, materials and media are the intermediaries between private ideas, thoughts and feelings, and their external manifestation in a tangible, sensual form. Thus, materials provide the core components of the exchange that occurs between art therapists and clients. This book focuses on the sensory-based, tangible vocabulary of materials and media and its relevance to art therapy. It provides a historical account of the theory and use of materials and media in art therapy, as well as an examination of the interface between art therapy, contemporary art materials and practices, and social/critical theory. Contributing authors provide examples of how art therapists have transgressed conventional material boundaries and expanded both thinking and practice in the field. The chapters discuss traditional as well as innovative media, such as body adornments, mail and video art, and comic books. An accompanying DVD contains media clips, as well as 69 color images.

Paul Mcpharlin And The Puppet Theater

Author : Ryan Howard
ISBN : 9780786424337
Genre : Performing Arts
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"This extensively researched work on McPharlin and puppetry takes the reader through McPharlin's childhood, his education in New York, his puppeteering years, his service in World War II, and his death in 1948"--Provided by publisher.

The Bunraku Puppet Theatre Of Japan

Author : Stanleigh H. Jones
ISBN : 9780824837259
Genre : Drama
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The plays presented here were first performed between 1769 and 1832, a time when the Japanese puppet theatre known as Bunraku was beginning to lose its pre-eminence to Kabuki. During this period, however, several important puppet plays were created that went on to become standards in both the Bunraku and Kabuki repertoires; three of the plays in this volume achieved this level of importance. This span of some sixty-odd years was also a formative one in the development of how plays were presented, an important feature in the modern staging of works from the traditional plebeian theatre. Only a handful of complete and uncut plays—often as much as ten hours long—are produced in Bunraku or Kabuki nowadays; included here is one of these. Two among the four plays contained in this volume are examples of the much more common practice of staging a single popular act or scene from a much longer drama that itself is seldom, if ever, performed in its entirety today. Kabuki, while better known outside Japan, has been a great beneficiary of the puppet theatre, borrowing perhaps as much as half of its body of work from Bunraku dramas. Bunraku, in turn, has raided the Kabuki repertoire but to a far more modest degree. The final play in this collection, The True Tale of Asagao, is an instance of this uncommon reverse borrowing. Moreover, it is an example of yet another way in which some plays have come to be presented: a coherent subplot of a longer work that gained an independent theatrical existence while its parent drama has since disappeared from the stage. These later eighteenth-century works display a continued development toward greater attention to the theatrical features of puppet plays as opposed to the earlier, more literary approach found most notably in the dramas of Chikamatsu Monzaemon (d. 1725). Newly translated and illustrated for the general reader and the specialist, the plays in this volume are accompanied by informative introductions, extensive notes on stage action, and discussions of the various changes that Bunraku underwent, particularly in the latter half of the eighteenth century, its golden age.

The Character Of Desdemona In William Shakespeare S Othello Empowered Woman Or Puppet In The Conspiracy?

Author : Helena Flenner
ISBN : 9783668395022
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Essay from the year 2015 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, University of Cologne, language: English, abstract: This essay deals with one of the main female characters in William Shakespeare's drama "The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice". In it I will analyse the character of Othello’s wife, Desdemona, in relation to the men and the society in the play. "Othello" is believed to have been written in 1603 and deals, as it is typical for dramatic and tragic plays, with the downfall of the hero from proud reign to jealous despair. The situation in the play changes dramatically, when the hero Othello changes his mind about Desdemona from a passionate lover to the hateful killer, because of his Ancient Iago’s intrigues. Iago is said to be one of the greatest villains Shakespeare ever created, because "[e]vil has nowhere else been portrayed with such mastery as in the character of Iago" (Bradley, 207). Within the plot, the action increases constantly with every new cruel step in his plan to make Othello believe that his wife is cheating on him with his lieutenant Michael Cassio. Iago influences every action that takes place in the plot, because he wants to destroy the people who have betrayed him, by planting false thoughts in their heads, so that they give his speeches faith and draw the wrong conclusions. So he does with Othello, by letting him believe that his wife is unfaithful. In this essay, the focus now should be on Desdemona and discuss how she is a tragic figure. Because on the one hand she is a puppet in Iago’s games, but with a developed character, and on the other hand she stands up for herself, for example, if she marries Othello against the wishes of her father, and has her own opinions that she represents in front of others.

Carmen

Author : Chris Perriam
ISBN : 9789042019645
Genre : History
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Since Prosper Mérimée and Georges Bizet (with his librettists Meilhac and Halévy) brought the figure of the Spanish Carmen to prominence in the nineteenth century an astonishing eighty or so film versions of the story have been made. This collection of essays gathers together a unique body of scholarly critique focused on that Carmen narrative in film. It covers the phenomenon from a number of aspects: cultural studies, gender studies, studies in race and representation, musicology, film history, and the history of performance. The essays take us from the days of silent film to twenty-first century hip-hop style, showing, through a variety of theoretical and historical perspectives that, despite social and cultural transformations—particularly in terms of gender, sexuality and race—remarkably little has changed in terms of basic human desires and anxieties, at least as they are represented in this body of films. The conception of Carmen's independent sexuality as a source of danger both to men (and occasionally women) and to respectable society has been a constant. Nor has sexual and ethnic otherness lost its appeal. On the other hand, the corpus of Carmen films is more than a simple recycling of stereotypes and each engages newly with the social and cultural issues of their time.

The Puppet

Author : Clinton Ross
ISBN : NYPL:33433112012277
Genre : American fiction
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Puppet Mad River Road

Author : Joy Fielding
ISBN : 9780385679763
Genre : Fiction
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Two bestselling novels in one volume! Puppet Living a no-strings-attached life in glamorous Palm Beach, beautiful, steely-nerved criminal attorney Amanda Travis knows exactly what she likes: spinning classes, the color black, and one-night stands. Here's what she dislikes: the color pink, nicknames . . . and memories. She has shut the door on two ex-husbands, her estranged mother, and her hometown of Toronto. Then comes the news that will shatter Amanda's untouchable world: her mother, who has always held a strange power over everyone she encounters, has shot and killed a complete stranger. Forced to return to Toronto, Amanda must confront her demons and unravel the truth behind her mother's violent act -- while the taunting, teasing name from her past dances in her head . . . Puppet . . . telling her that someone else is orchestrating her fate. Mad River Road After spending a year in prison, Ralph Fisher has explicit plans for his first night of freedom: tonight, someone will be held accountable. He goes to murderous lengths to obtain the address of his former wife--the woman he blames for his fate and against whom he has sworn vengeance. Determined to bring her to his idea of justice, Ralph's next step is to travel from Florida's sandy beaches to Dayton, Ohio, where his ex-wife is struggling to make ends meet on Mad River Road. As riveting and beguiling as Joy Fielding's previous bestselling novels, Mad River Road is a novel about courage, truth, and the strength that comes only when you believe in yourself.

Puppet

Author : Joy Fielding
ISBN : 9780385674614
Genre : Fiction
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In this new page-turner by New York Times bestselling author Joy Fielding, the life of a beautiful young defense attorney is thrown into turmoil when she is called back to her hometown to defend her disturbed, estranged mother, who publically shot and killed a man. High-powered, twenty-eight-year-old defense attorney Amanda Travis likes several things: the colour black, lunchtime Spinning classes at the fitness centre on Clematis Street in downtown Palm Beach; her all-white one-bedroom, oceanfront condo; a compliant jury; men whose wives don’t understand them. Some of the things she doesn’t: the colour pink; when the temperature outside her condo’s floor-to-ceiling windows falls below sixty-five degrees; clients who don’t follow her advice; being asked to show I.D. when she goes to a bar; nicknames of any shape or size. Something else Amanda Travis doesn’t like: memories. But when Ben, the first of her two ex-husbands, calls from her hometown of Toronto with the alarming news that her mother has shot and killed a man in the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel, it becomes more and more difficult for Amanda to continue running from her past. Now she must return to face her demons and the life she left behind — a love that once consumed her and a mother who holds a strange, dark power over everyone she encounters. “Puppet” is the nickname Amanda’s mother once called her. But now Amanda is determined to fight her mother’s fatal whims — even if it kills her.

Puppet Master

Author : Dale Brown
ISBN : 9780062411310
Genre : Fiction
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In Dale Brown’s Puppet Master, intelligent machines take center stage as America battles the Russian mafia in Eastern Europe Louis Massina is revolutionizing the field of robotics. His technological wonders are capable of locating disaster survivors, preventing nuclear meltdowns, and replacing missing limbs. After one of Massina’s creations makes a miraculous rescue, an FBI agent recruits him to pursue criminals running a massive financial scam—and not coincidentally, suspected of killing the agent’s brother. Massina agrees to deploy a surveillance “bot” that uses artificial intelligence to follow its target. But when he’s thrust into a dangerous conspiracy, the billionaire inventor decides to take matters into his own hands, unleashing the greatest cyber-weapons in the world and becoming the Puppet Master.

The Puppet Master

Author : David A. Xavier
ISBN : 9781490744193
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Oliver Soames is a Detective Sergeant in the Metropolitan Police Service who is called out to an apparent open-and-shut murder-suicide which turns out to be the doorway into a world he never knew existed. All around us are Strangers - people with unique abilities to do things that most of us cannot. Soames finds himself inducted into the Metropolitan Special Circumstances Executive - a secret branch of the police force dedicated to monitoring the Strangers, and ensuring that they do not disrupt the lives of those around them. The only problem is that there appears to be a murderer on the loose - and it is one of them...

My Profession

Author : Sergei Obraztsov
ISBN : 9781589634565
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A profile of the authors life as a famous Soviet puppeteer and puppet theatre director. He describes childhood impressions, writes of earlier professions as artist and actor, and finally about his personal experiences with puppetry which helped him achieve mastery of his craft.Born in Moscow in 1901, he describes every step he took to his profession, how he worked on individual productions, and an account of all of his productions. In the 1920s Sergei Obraztsov founded the State Central Puppet Theatre in Moscow --- the biggest in Russia, an educational center of professional and amateurs theatre groups. The center houses the museum of theatrical puppets, a library on the theme, manuscript and pedagogical departments, and one of the worlds largest collection of theatrical puppets (about 3000 from 50 countries). Now over 50 years old, The Sergei Obraztsov Central Puppet Show has entertained tens-of-thousands of fans in 50 different countries, with a witty program that parodies slipshod variety performances.

The Exotic Woman In Nineteenth Century British Fiction And Culture

Author : Piya Pal-Lapinski
ISBN : 1584654295
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A fresh and provocative approach to representations of exotic women in Victorian Britain.

Puppets

Author : Meryl Doney
ISBN : 083684047X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Offers the history of puppets as a form of entertainment from around the world, providing instructions for making puppets from Japan, India, and Burma.

The Puppet Maker S Bones

Author : Alisa Tangredi
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Loneliness can drive a man to madness, but Pavel Trusnik is not a normal man. After committing a crime that leaves him shunned and isolated, he has only the fading memories of his tragically flawed life, and his one great love. When a violent sociopath sets his murderous desires upon the elderly shut-in, only an ancient order that knows Pavel's secrets can come to his aid. But for Pavel, the vicious intruder is the only company he has had in decades…

The Puppet Suit

Author : J. J. Leonardo
ISBN : 9781612041810
Genre : Fiction
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Men have trouble following their own advice when it comes to the opposite sex. The Puppet Suit is the hilarious tale of how Geoffrey Lemon and his friends try to figure out how to get the girl and have a true relationship. It's not always a straight shot, as Geoffrey finds out. His interludes and encounters through New York, Boston, and Vermont provide plenty of humor and heart. The Puppet Suit will tug at your emotions, make you laugh and in the end give you some insight as to why men need women and women need men...To have someone to complain about! Author Bio: J.J. Leonardo grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts, and Salem, New Hampshire, and currently resides in Bloomfield, Michigan. He is a full-time writer who moonlights as a hockey referee in order to keep his sanity. Mr. Leonardo's next book, Ladies and the Tramp, traces the business antics of entrepreneur Matt Peterson and the posse of women who become entwined in his life. Mr. Leonardo is also writing the sequel to Puppet Suit, titled What Goes on Under the Sheets. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/JJLeonard

Puppets And Popular Culture

Author : Scott Cutler Shershow
ISBN : 0801430941
Genre : Social Science
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Shershow examines an astonishing range of texts and performers - from Ben Jonson to Jim Henson, from Plato to Punch and Judy, from Enlightenment essays to works by the modernist avant-garde. He shows that the many forms of puppet theater which have flourished on the margins of social life in the carnival, fairground, and marketplace - have been both disparaged and celebrated by authors attempting to demonstrate their own legitimate or literary status.

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