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Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theatre, drama,
  • First World War, 1914-1918,
  • Inter-war period, 1918-1939,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • c 1900 - c 1914,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Ireland,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Theater - General,
  • Drama / British & Irish

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10437972M
    ISBN 100521872995
    ISBN 109780521872997

    Advanced. Customer Services. Log In | Register.   Modernism was concerned with everyday life, perception, time and the kaleidoscopic and fractured experience of urban space. Cinema, with its techniques of close-up, panning, flashbacks and montage played a major role in shaping experimental works such as Mrs Dalloway or Ulysses. Here Laura Marcus explores the impact of cinema on modernist literature. Aristotle's catharsis, or the purification of emotions through drama, indicates a way in which the spectacle becomes an affective medium for the spectator. Spectacle, however, is not limited to the theater or theatrical performance and can appear in a vast array of contexts and media (i.e.: fireworks, parades, current events, etc.).


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Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle by Paige Reynolds Download PDF EPUB FB2

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: Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle (): Reynolds, Paige: BooksAuthor: Paige Reynolds. And the Audience for Irish Spectacle book, Drama. and Modernism Audience for Irish Spectacle, by Paige Reynolds, and while the treatments of the plays and the concomitant situations themselves offer little that is really surprising or new, what is surprising and new is the context of these treatments amid Author: Kathleen A.

Heininge. MODERNISM, DRAMA, AND THE AUDIENCE FOR IRISH SPECTACLE Employing previously unexamined archival material, Paige Reynolds reconstructs five large-scale public events staged in early twentieth-century Ireland: the riotous premiere of J.M.

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Publication date Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Pages: Get this from a library. Modernism, drama, and the audience for Irish spectacle. [Paige Reynolds] -- "Employing previously unexamined archival material, Paige Reynolds reconstructs five large-scale public events staged in early twentieth-century Ireland: the riotous premiere of J.M.

Synge's The. In a book about drama and Irish spectacle, one would naturally assume that the reactions to Synge's The Playboy of the Western World, Yeats's and Gregory's The Countess Cathleen, and O'Casey's The Plough and the Stars would be discussed, and one might be concerned - that this is all well-worn territory.

While the reactions to these plays are discussed in Modernism, Drama. and the Audience for Author: Kathleen A. Heininge. Book Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Paperback, Honorable Mention, Donald Murphy Prize for Distinguished First Book, American Conference for Irish Studies, Edited Volumes Modernist Afterlives in Irish Literature and Culture.

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Paige Reynolds, Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle. dge: Cambridge Author: Stephen Watt. study, Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle. Critical treat-ments of the early twentieth-century Irish revival and the distinguished drama it sponsored are hardly in short supply, and in this regard missiontoreuse,pleasecontact journalpermissio[email protected] E Reynolds’ book, Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle (Cambridge University Press), provides a detailed study of the literature and theater famously produced in tandem with these events as well as revises pessimistic and the Audience for Irish Spectacle book of 20th-century mass politics and crowd dynamics by introducing a more sympathetic account of.

Employing previously unexamined Modernism material, Paige Reynolds reconstructs five large-scale public events in and the Audience for Irish Spectacle book twentieth-century Irish culture: the riotous premiere of J. Synge's The Playboy of the Western World in ; the events of Dublin Suffrage Week, including the Irish premiere of Ibsen's Rosmersholm, in ; the funeral processions of the playwright Modernism Lord Mayor of Cork.

Modernist Afterlives in Irish Literature and Culture explores manifestations of the themes, forms and practices of high modernism in Irish literature and culture produced subsequent to this influential movement. Modernist Afterlive. Biography.

Day was born in Cork, Ireland in to Robert and Rebecca Day. Her father Robert ran a Saddler and Ironmonger business and was a well known antiquarian and photographer.

In she formed the local Irish Women's Franchise League in Cork as an activist group for women's suffrage. The following year she left that group and founded the non-militant Munster Women's Franchise : Suzanne Rouviere Day, 24 AprilCork, Ireland.

Book. Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Paperback, Honorable Mention, Donald Murphy Prize for Distinguished First Book, American Conference for Irish Studies, Edited Volumes.

Modernist Afterlives in Irish Literature and Culture. Anthem Irish Studies Series. The Cambridge Companion to Irish Modernism; political and cultural events that contributed to the formation of Irish modernism.

If this book is treated as the first window into the wider world of scholarship, then Cleary has more than ably accomplished his task.' Drama and the Audience for Irish Spectacle.

Cambridge: Cambridge. Paige Reynolds is a professor in the Department of English at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. Author of Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle, Reynolds has published on topics related to modernism, modern and contemporary Irish literature, drama and performance and periodical culture.

Influence of Ibsen: Great Norwegian dramatist, give rise to the Comedy of Ideas. Dramas ceased to deal with themes remote in time and place, real drama must deal with emotions. Gave up melodramatic romanticism and pseudo-classical remoteness, start.

Elaborate analogies between Irish and Jewish history, between Irish and Jewish subjectivities, occur with surprising frequency throughout American literature. They recall James Joyce's Leopold Bloom and episodes of Ulysses, Douglas Hyde's analogies during the Celtic Revival. Marjorie Hasler (c – 31 March ) was an Irish suffragette, deemed to be "the first Irish martyr for the suffragette cause".

Biography. Marjorie Hasler was born around in Ireland, with nothing else known about her early life or family. She joined the Irish Women's Franchise League (IWFL) in July On 18 November Hasler was one of the Irish deputies who travelled to Known for: Activism as a suffragette.

Her articles have appeared in Modernism/modernity, Twentieth-Century Literature, Eire-Ireland, and New Hibernia Review, among others, and her book Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle (Cambridge, ) received Honorable Mention in the American Conference for Irish Studies's Distinguished First Book competition.

The Ethics of Modernism: Moral Ideas in Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, and Beckett. OSER, LEE. Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle: Drama and Modernism, REYNOLDS, PAIGE. Find any book at the best price; By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read.

Drawing on theorists of space such as Henri Lefebvre and Yi-Fu Tuan, Mapping Irish Theatre argues that theatre is 'a machine for making place from space'. Concentrating on Irish theatre, the book investigates how this Irish 'sense of place' was both produced by, and produced, the remarkable work of the Irish Revival, before considering what Cited by: Elaborate analogies between Irish and Jewish history, between Irish and Jewish subjectivities, occur with surprising frequency throughout American literature.

They recall James Joyce's Leopold Bloom and episodes of Ulysses, Douglas Hyde's analogies during the Celtic Revival between learning Hebrew and learning Irish, and a myriad of claims of an unusual relationship between these peoples that.

This book will make a significant and long-lasting impact in Irish studies, theatre studies, and accounts of mid-century modernism."—Paige Reynolds, author of Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle "For many years, the accepted story of Irish theatre was that the Abbey was the writers’ theatre, and its rival, the Gate, was.

Paige Reynolds, Professor of English at College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts, is the author of Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle (Cambridge, ) and editor of Modernist Afterlives in Irish Literature and Culture ().

Paige Reynolds, author of Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle Description Irish crime fiction, long present on international bestseller lists, has been knocking on. Modernism and the Theatre of the Baroque fashions an independent aesthetic for modernist writers and texts that challenges many high modernist qualities promoted by James Joyce and T.

Eliot. Providing a fresh interpretation of the works of Djuna Barnes, Wyndham Lewis, Edward Gordon Craig and Isadora Duncan, the book broadens our.

The Ethics of Modernism: Moral Ideas in Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, and Beckett. OSER, LEE. Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle: Drama and Modernism, REYNOLDS, PAIGE.

Henry James and the Visual. Find any book at the best price; By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read. This Norton Critical Edition of Modern Irish Drama reprints the complete texts of twelve plays by the major Irish playwrights: W.B.

Yeats, Lady Gregory, J.M. Synge, Bernard Shaw, Sean O'Casey, Brendan Behan, Samuel Beckett, and Brian Friel.

The texts are fully annotated with explanatory notes on Anglo-Irish usage, place names, historical figures, and literary allusions/5.

What does it mean for the theater. Avante garde- a french term for experimentation Also termed theater of the absurd (plays written by European famous playwrights) which was based on experimentation and in direct conflict with the "Well Made Play" wanted to bring the working. In book: The Moderns: The Arts in Ireland from the s to the s Reynolds has shown in Modernism, Drama and the Audience for Irish Spectacle the full array of mechanisms from the Irish drama has been largely interlinked with the politics of the country, reflecting a close mirror-like relationship between national politics and theater.

The Shaughraun () by Boucicault, Shaw's John Bull's Other Island () and Friel's Translations () each have a specific political context and offer an interpretative perspective. Reynolds P. () The Practice of Papers: Irish Modernism, the New Journalism, and Modern Periodical Studies.

In: Steele K., de Nie M. (eds) Ireland and the New Journalism. New Directions in Irish and Irish American : Paige Reynolds. The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Theatre provides the most comprehensive survey of the field to be found in a single volume.

Drawing on more than 40 contributors from around the world, the book addresses a full range of topics relating to modern Irish theatre from the late nineteenth-century theatre to the most recent works of postdramatic devised theatre.

Paige Reynolds is a professor in the Department of English at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. Author ofModernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle, Reynolds has published on topics related to modernism, modern and contemporary Irish literature, drama and performance and periodical culture.

About Anthem Press. She is the author of Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle (Cambridge UP, ), and has published on topics related to Irish literature and theatre, modernism, and film audiences.

She is at work on a project examining women’s modernist practice in Ireland. Request PDF | On Jun 1,Janet S. Rose and others published Beauty and Business: Commerce, Gender, and Culture in Modern America.

Edited by Philip Scranton. New York: Routledge, iv. modernism – with a few important exceptions as outlined below – indicates pdf lack of interdisciplinary awareness in literary modernism despite the claims of its historians and practitioners.7 One problem in histories of modernism is that “modernism” itself is a notoriously slippery term.Her fields of study include modern and contemporary Irish literature and culture, 20th-century British literature, and modern drama and performance.

A member of the faculty sinceReynolds received an honorable mention, Donald Murphy Prize for Distinguished First Book, for Modernism, Drama, and the Audience for Irish Spectacle.The Situationists: Commodification, Spectacle, and Capitalism "The commodity can only ebook understood in its undistorted essence when it becomes the universal category of society as a whole," Georg Lukacs ( 86).

"The spectacle is the moment when the commodity .