dramatic representation

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It was the first dramatic representation which greeted the eyes of little Tom, who was brought down into the kitchen by his nurse to witness it, at the mature age of three years.
The hideous dramatic representation of the woman's crime for which Geoffrey had asked was in no respect necessary: the means were all prepared, and the manner of using them was self-evident.
In that context, O'Neill's work is a significant contribution to our understanding of early modern dramatic representation of Ireland and its people.
These combined talents in dramatic representation pair well with the story of a suburban wife and mother who is drawn to a seductive woman whose world begins to undermine her family's stability.
Comparing examples from art history and dramatic representation, Harry Berger, Jr.
Byron thus problematizes the seemingly stable genetic label of "historical tragedy" that he gives these plays by presenting "history" and "tragedy" in conflicting rather than complementary ways; he does not simply treat history as a static background for the tragic action, but shows that history exceeds the conventions of dramatic representation.
We must recall that we are here concerned with a particular form of dramatic representation, i.
In Police, dramatic representation and racial identity are not mutually constitutive.
And Viviana Diaz Balsera compares the dramatic representation of the biblical story of Abraham and Isaac to "its use as a moral exemplum in Nahuatl sermons" (p.
At the very least, the washing of the soul was to be by complete plunging under water, but even more forceful was the dramatic representation of Jesus' death and resurrection, and the guarantee, here symbolized, of the saints' forthcoming resurrection experience.
For example, in concluding The City in History, Lewis Mumford wrote, '[the] magnification of all the dimensions of life, through emotional communion, technological mastery, and above all, dramatic representation, has been the supreme office of the city in history.
In this paper I am going to address problems of cultural identity and dramatic representation in order to demonstrate that dramatic literature is one of the most sensitive laboratories of cultural imagery, and I would like to show how a semiotic metaperspective can help us understand the logic of contemporary culture and the representation of cultural imageries in post-war drama.