A study of identity, intertextuality and meaning in the Old French Tristan Poems. The book is divided into three sections: Tristan's social identities, Tristan's disguises, Tristan victim and savior.
As he lies dying, Blancheflor, who has loved him from afar since his arrival in the kingdom, slips into his chamber and lies ... grieves so bitterly that she gives birth to the child she is carrying and then dies of sorrow (S Ch. 15).
Author: Merritt R. Blakeslee
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Category: Literary Collections
Standing between you and the man you CAN be is one thing: The Mask of Masculinity. Lewis Howes grew up as an athlete. He was a two-sport All-American, played almost every sport in high school, and went on to play football professionally. Howes then transferred his competitive nature from sports to business, building his podcast, “The School of Greatness,” into a global phenomenon and becoming successful beyond his wildest dreams. But his whole identity was built on misguided beliefs about what “masculinity” was: dangerous, false ideas learned from teammates and coaches in locker rooms and stereotypes in the media. Like so many men, Howes grew up to be angry, frustrated, and always chasing something that was never enough. At 30 years old, outwardly thriving but unfulfilled inside, Howes began a personal journey to find inner peace and to uncover the many masks that men—young and old—wear: by asking for advice from some of the world’s best psychologists, doctors, and household names like Tony Robbins, Alanis Morissette, and Ray Lewis. That journey created this book—a must read for every man, and for every woman who loves a man. In The Mask of Masculinity (a USA Today bestseller), Howes exposes the ultimate emptiness of the Material Mask, the man who chases wealth above all things; the cowering vulnerability that hides behind the Joker and Stoic Masks of men who never show real emotion; and the destructiveness of the Invincible and Aggressive Masks worn by men who take insane risks or can never back down from a fight. He teaches men how to break through the walls that hold them back and shows women how they can better understand the men in their lives. It’s not easy, but if you want to love, be loved, and live a great life, then it’s an odyssey of self-discovery that all modern men must make.
Standing between you and the man you CAN be is one thing: The Mask of Masculinity. Lewis Howes grew up as an athlete. He was a two-sport All-American, played almost every sport in high school, and went on to play football professionally.
Author: Lewis Howes
Publisher: Rodale Books
S6 98 92 1 Law Tricks 301 Love and Revenge 69 , 133 Laws of Candy 24 Love and Ambition 122 Laws of Nature 41 Love and ... 69 Love in a Riddle 86 London Prodigal 15 Love in several Masks 16 Longer thou livest the more Love restored Fool ...
Author: Robert Dodsley
The metaphysical center of Plato's work has traditionally been taken to be his Doctrine of Forms; the epistemological center, the Doctrine of Recollection. The Symposium has been viewed as one of the clearest explanations of the first and Meno as one of the clearest explanations of the other. The Masks of Dionysos challenges these traditional interpretations.
... and love as a god , 65 ; and love as a power relationship , 28 , 49 ; and “ love in the proper manner " , 26 ; and love's rewards , 39 ; as lover , 15 , 16 , 21 , 30 , 49-50 , 74 ; mask of , 27 , 74 ; mistake of , 74 ; and Phaidros ...
Author: Daniel E. Anderson
Publisher: SUNY Press
A new translation and edition of Nietzsche's powerful and influential critique of philosophy.
15 40 Everything profound loves masks ; the most profound things go so far as to hate images and likenesses . ... There are acts of love and extravagant generosity in whose aftermath nothing is more advisable than to take a stick and ...
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Love freed from Ignorance and Folly . Royal Passage to Whiteball . Anon . , Jonson , 40 . 15 , 16 , 17 . Love restored ; cf. , Anon . , 29 ; Jon Running mask . Anon . , 34 . son , 43 . Sages . Anon . , 6 . Lovers made men ( Lethe ) .
Author: Frederick Gard Fleay
Category: English drama
Lords ' mask . Campion , 3 . Rites to Chloris . See Chloridia . Love freed from Ignorance and Folly . Royal Passage to Whitehall . Anon . , Jonson , 40 . 15 , 16 , 17 . Love restored ; cf. , Anon . , 29 ; Jon Running mask .
Author: Frederick Gard Fleay
Category: English drama
The author challenges the breach between the secular and the religious, rendering that breach ambiguous. Such ambiguity, the author affirms, is relevant to a time when rigid and simplistic notions of religion and secularity are used to justify thoughtlessness and even violence. All too often the secular is thought of either as a triumph in "overcoming" the presumed irrationality and oppression of religion, or as lament in "losing" the meaning religion is thought once to have offered. Atchley suggests a view of the secular as an opportunity to experience an immanent value that is neither controlled by the human self nor conferred by a divine entity.
12. Emerson, “Nature,” par. 4. 13. Ibid. Cf. Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, trans. Walter Kaufmann (New York: Random House, 1966), 50: “Whatever is profound loves masks.” 14. Emerson, “Nature,” par. 6. 15.
Author: J. Heath Atchley
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Profiles the finest British poets, novelists, playwrights, essayists, and other writers of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, including essential details about the author's life and work and suggestions for further reading. Writers from Ireland and nations of the British Commonwealth are also included.
Love in Amsterdam (Freeling) 190 Lovely Ladies, The (Freeling) 190 Lovely Ship, The (Jameson) 262 Love of Stones, ... (Jesse) 263 Mask of Apollo, The (Renault) 408 Mask ofDimitrios, The (Ambler) 15 Masks (Brathwaite) 71 Masks of Love, ...
Author: George Stade
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: Authors, English
In 1921, Sergei Prokofiev's Love for Three Oranges—one of the earliest, most famous examples of modernist opera—premiered in Chicago. Prokofiev's source was a 1913 theatrical divertissement by Vsevolod Meyerhold, who, in turn, took inspiration from Carlo Gozzi's 1761 commedia dell'arte–infused theatrical fairy tale. Only by examining these whimsical, provocative works together can we understand the full significance of their intertwined lineage. With contributions from 17 distinguished scholars in theater, art history, Italian, Slavic studies, and musicology, Three Loves for Three Oranges: Gozzi, Meyerhold, Prokofiev illuminates the historical development of Modernism in the arts, the ways in which commedia dell'arte's self-referential and improvisatory elements have inspired theater and music innovations, and how polemical playfulness informs creation. A resource for scholars and theater lovers alike, this collection of essays, paired with new translations of Love for Three Oranges, charts the transformations and transpositions that this fantastical tale underwent to provoke theatrical revolutions that still reverberate today.
... 155 , 192 , 256 ; theatrical space in , 400 Love for Three Oranges : The Journal of Doctor Dapertutto , 9 , 12-13 , 15 ... in Prokofiev , 358 Martinelli , Tristano , 211 Martín y Soler , Vincente , 352 masks : in commedia dell'arte ...
Author: Dassia N. Posner
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Love in a Wood - T . R. 1672 – D . L. Aug. 15 1718 . Love in Humble Life - D . L. Feb. 14 1822 . Love in its Extasie - see vol . 10 p . 122 . Love in Limbo - C . G. March 31 1815 . Love in Many Masks - D . L. March 8 1790 .
Author: John Genest
Page Pago Love and Honor 79 Mahomet 19 Money 63 Maid of Marienberg 83 in a Blaze . 47 Normandy 58 the East 38 the Mill 15 many Masks 45 Malcolm Love of a Græcian Management • '47 Lady 19 Man of Enterprize .. 55 Love parts Friendship 8 ...
Author: Walley Chamberlain OULTON
Drawing on broad research, this study explores the different social and theatrical masking activities in England during the Middle Ages and the early 16th century. The authors present a coherent explanation of the many functions of masking, emphasizing the important links among festive practice, specialized ceremonial, and drama. They elucidate the intellectual, moral and social contexts for masking, and they examine the purposes and rewards for participants in the activity. The authors' insight into the masking games and performances of England's medieval and early Tudor periods illuminates many aspects of the thinking and culture of the times: issues of identity and community; performance and role-play; conceptions of the psyche and of the individual's position in social and spiritual structures. Masks and Masking in Medieval and Early Tudor England presents a broad overview of masking practices, demonstrating how active and prominent an element of medieval and pre-modern culture masking was. It has obvious interest for drama and literature critics of the medieval and early modern periods; but is also useful for historians of culture, theatre and anthropology. Through its analysis of masked play this study engages both with the history of theatre and performance, and with broader cultural and historical questions of social organization, identity and the self, the performance of power, and shifting spiritual understanding.
284 Sartori, Donato, mask maker· 238, 279, 314 Sarum, Old, Feast of Fools· 42 Sastrow, Bartholomew· 55 Satan character in ... William and continental masking games· 15 King Henry VIII· 15, 166, 180, 185 Love's Labour's Lost· 15, 161, ...
Author: Meg Twycross
Category: Literary Criticism
Price 15 Cents es.ch .--- Bound Volumes SL 28 . VOL . I. VOL . XI . VOL . XX . VOL . XXXI . 1 lou 81 Julius Cæser 161 air . Pair in Love 24.erty Wives of Windsor 2 Perio 82 Vicar of Wakefield 162 Hofer 242 Mary's Birttoday 8 The Lady of ...
Author: John BROUGHAM (Comedian.)
Originally published in 1934, Palmer’s biography of famous playwright Ben Jonson delves into his life and works and what he achieved in both. As first poet laureate of England, Jonson’s life presents a fascinating look into the state of literature and theatre in renaissance Britain which Palmer presents in great detail. This title will be of interest to students of literature.
Humours, 28–30 Hymenaei, see Mask of Hymen Irish Mask, 149, 160, 162–3 Isle of Dogs, The, 14–15 Jack Drum's Entertainment, ... 209 Love's Triumph through Callipolis, 253–4 Love's Welcome to Bolsover, 255, 258 Love's Welcome to Welbeck.
Author: John Palmer
Category: Literary Criticism
From Commedia dell’Arte came archetypal characters that are still with us today, such as Harlequin and Pantalone, and the rediscovered craft of writing comic dramas and masked theatre. From it came the forces that helped create and influence Opera, Ballet, Pantomime, Shakespeare, Moliere, Lopes de Vega, Goldoni, Meyerhold, and even the glove puppet, Mr Punch. The Routledge Companion to Commedia dell’Arte is a wide-ranging volume written by over 50 experts, that traces the history, characteristics, and development of this fascinating yet elusive theatre form. In synthesizing the elements of Commedia, this book introduces the history of the Sartori mask studio; presents a comparison between Gozzi and Goldoni’s complicated and adversarial approaches to theatre; invites discussions on Commedia’s relevance to Shakespeare, and illuminates re-interpretations of Commedia in modern times. The authors are drawn from actors, mask-makers, pedagogues, directors, trainers and academics, all of whom add unique insights into this most delightful of theatre styles. Notable contributions include: • Donato Sartori on the 20th century Sartori mask • Rob Henke on form and freedom • Anna Cottis on Carlo Boso • Didi Hopkins on One Man, Two Guv’nors • Kenneth Richards on acting companies • Antonio Fava on Pulcinella • Joan Schirle on Carlo Mazzone-Clementi and women in Commedia • and M.A. Katritzky on images Olly Crick is a performer, trainer and director, having trained in Commedia under Barry Grantham and Carlo Boso. He is founder of The Fabulous Old Spot Theatre Company. Judith Chaffee is Associate Professor of Theatre at Boston University, and Head of Movement Training for Actors. She trained in Commedia with Antonio Fava, Julie Goell, Stanley Allen Sherman, and Carlos Garcia Estevez.
... 314¥15, 412 Louis XIV,King 158,322¥4, 327 love 70, 218¥19,see also passions love-at-first sightencounters 71 Love is ... 302¥3 maschera, playing 414¥15 mask makers 125¥9, 429¥30, 481 mask-shot technique 60 masks 123¥52; Asian 464¥6, ...
Author: Judith Chaffee
Ang . Thus wisdom wishes to appear most bright , When it doth tax itself : as these black masks 12 Proclaim an enshield 13 beauty ten times ... Ang . Admit no other way to save his life , ( As I subscribe 15 not that , nor any other .
Author: William Shakespeare
LIFE-STUDY OF FIRST JOHN MESSAGE TWENTY THE WORLD AND THE THINGS IN THE WORLD Scripture Reading: 1 John 2:15-17 ... For those who love material things according to their lustful desires, Satan will appear wearing the mask of the world.
Author: Witness Lee
Publisher: Living Stream Ministry
Love , 9 . Love and Loyalty , 32 . The Love of a Prince , 21 . Love's Labor Lost , 38 . Love's Sacrifice , 2 . LoveChase , 3 . ... Man in the Iron Mask , 29 . Marble Heart , 34 . ... Sea of Ice , 15 . Second Love , 34. Self , 21 .
Author: Lawrence Public Library