A Structural Approach To The Depiction Of Internal Conflict In Six Famous Dramatic Works
Author: Sam Zebba
Category: Literary Criticism
The 39 Steps of Self-Division is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the theater and in literary criticism. Original and innovative, The 39 Steps of Self-Division presents a detailed structure of the Self-Division process, which depicts a protagonist torn within his soul between two opposing courses of action. Author Sam Zebba brings years of teaching and analytical exploration to the formation of his 39-step 'flow chart' guiding a play's advance. In clear and easy to understand language, and with the use of instantly comprehensible tables, Zebba demonstrates the structure's undeniable function, and exposes the startling step-by-step uniformity in the following six famous, unrelated Self-Division plays. Sophocles' Oedipus Shakespeare's Hamlet and Othello Brecht's Galileo Pirandello's Henry IV Bates' & Lean's Summer Madness The 39 Steps of Self-Division is a useful, inventive, and insightful aid to a better understanding of structure in some of dramatic literature's most highly regarded masterpieces.
Explorer, musician, and educator Sam Zebba is a modern-day Renaissance Man. In humorous yet penetrating lines he recreates events which he experienced throughout his well-travelled life. Aspects of My Life is a celebration of optimism, warmth, and awe toward all fellow human beings. “Bestowed with wit, realism, and knowledge, Zebba is as keen an observer as he is deeply empathetic. With the vivid portraits of those he learned from, shared with, pleaded and fought for, an epoch comes to life.” Caroline Fetscher, historian and editor at large, Berlin “Zebba writes of his experiences with the same verve and insight that he brought to his extraordinary career. In a life filled with challenges and adventure, he has filled his years with what most people only dream about.” Prof. Ernie Rose, documentary film specialist & retired Fine Arts college dean, USA ”Aspect of My Life is a touching, evocative, beautifully observed odyssey, full of resonances and impressionistic imagery. It is the best kind of writing.” Dr. John Lazarus, literary critic, formerly Principal of Yehudi Menuhin School, London
Espionage on Film and TV from the 1930s to the 1960s
Author: Toby Miller
Pubpsher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Performing Arts
Spyscreen is a genre study of English-language spy fiction film and television between the 1930s and 1960s. Taking as his focus many well-known films and television series, Toby Miller uses a wide range of critical approaches - from textual interpretation, audience studies, and cultural history, through auteurism, imperial history, class, and governmentality, to genre, cultural imperialism, and gender. Beginning with an overview of the social and political background to the history,production, and analysis of spy fiction, topics discussed include the first canonical espionage movie, The 39 Steps, key film noir texts such as Gilda and The Third Man, the figure of popular spies, including James Bond, and the importance of women to the genre. The result is not just an insightful new study of key texts in this popular genre; it is an important intervention in the methodology and practice of Screen Studies.
Release on 2011-03-01 | by Thomas Leitch,Leland Poague
Author: Thomas Leitch,Leland Poague
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Performing Arts
The most comprehensive volume ever published on Alfred Hitchcock, covering his career and legacy as well as the broader cultural and intellectual contexts of his work. Contains thirty chapters by the leading Hitchcock scholars Covers his long career, from his earliest contributions to other directors’ silent films to his last uncompleted last film Details the enduring legacy he left to filmmakers and audiences alike
Release on 2008-10-30 | by International Monetary Fund
Author: International Monetary Fund
Pubpsher: International Monetary Fund
Category: Business & Economics
This Selected Issues paper for Kenya, Uganda, and United Republic of Tanzania highlights their private sector credit markets, identifies their main obstacles in promoting credit to the private sector, and suggests a reform strategy. If the East African Community (EAC) countries decide to pursue a coordinated approach to investment incentives, one possible solution would be to agree on a Code of Conduct for Investment Incentives and Company Income Taxation. A transparent tax system with a broad base would reduce the demand by investors for tax holidays.
Release on 2010-05-10 | by Howard M. Fillit,Kenneth Rockwood,Kenneth Woodhouse
Author: Howard M. Fillit,Kenneth Rockwood,Kenneth Woodhouse
Pubpsher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Popular with generations of practitioners, Brocklehurst's Textbook of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology has been the definitive reference of choice in the field of geriatric care. The new 7th Edition, by Howard M. Fillit, MD, Kenneth Rockwood, MD, and Kenneth Woodhouse, carries on this tradition with an increased clinical focus and updated coverage to help you meet the unique challenges posed by this growing patient population. Consistent discussions of clinical manifestations, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and more make reference quick and easy, while over 255 illustrations compliment the text to help you find what you need on a given condition. Examples of the latest imaging studies depict the effects of aging on the brain, and new algorithms further streamline decision making. Emphasizes the clinical relevance of the latest scientific findings to help you easily apply the material to everyday practice. Features consistent discussions of clinical manifestations, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and more that make reference quick and easy. Includes over 255 illustrations—including algorithms, photographs, and tables—that compliment the text to help you find what you need on a given condition. Provides summary boxes at the end of each chapter that highlight important points. Features the work of an expert author team, now led by Dr. Howard M. Fillit who provides an American perspective to complement the book’s traditional wealth of British expertise. Includes an expanded use of algorithms to streamline decision making. Presents more color images in the section on aging skin, offering a real-life perspective of conditions for enhanced diagnostic accuracy. Includes examples of the latest imaging studies to help you detect and classify changes to the brain during aging. Offers Grade A evidence-based references keyed to the relevant text.
Winner of the prize for New Edited Book at The Royal Society of Medicine & The Society of Authors' Medical Book Awards, this textbook for medical students covers orthopaedics, trauma and rheumatology in one volume. It offers both core information regarding what the student needs to know about these specialties and an extensive series of cases with questions and answers that illustrate the thinking behind common everyday practice. The book offers a standard approach to history taking and physical examination, and relevant anatomy, highlighting the reasons for the different approaches within each specialty as required. Provides a comprehensive overview of musculoskeletal medicine and surgery perfectly tailored for the busy medical student Illustrated in full colour throughout Succinct coverage of essential topics helps aid understanding whilst avoid unnecessary detail thus saving time Uniform style of chapters throughout allows readers to easily scan through for the information required Useful summary boxes outline the main points of each condition including aetiology, pathology, epidemiology, clinical features, investigations, management and prognosis 100 case histories with questions illustrate the range of clinical problems that students will encounter during their clinical placements A new chapter on Sports and Exercise Injury A new restructured chapter on fractures pulls together the text into a more logical presentation of the subject Additional text on sports injuries to children will be included A refocused chapter on the multi-professional team approach to the management of musculoskeletal disorders An update of the therapeutics in all chapters 50 new case studies included.
Release on 1995 | by William Edward Soothill,Lewis Hodous
With Sanskrit and English Equivalents and a Sanskrit-Pali Index
Author: William Edward Soothill,Lewis Hodous
Pubpsher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
This invaluable interpretive tool, first published in 1937, is now available for the first time in a paperback edition specially aimed at students of Chinese Buddhism. Those who have endeavoured to read Chinese texts apart from the apprehension of a Sanskrit background have generally made a fallacious interpretation, for the Buddhist canon is basically translation, or analogous to translation. In consequence, a large number of terms existing are employed approximately to connote imported ideas, as the various Chinese translators understood those ideas. Various translators invented different terms; and, even when the same term was finally adopted, its connotation varied, sometimes widely, from the Chinese term of phrase as normally used by the Chinese. For instance, klésa undoubtedly has a meaning in Sanskrit similar to that of, i.e. affliction, distress, trouble. In Buddhism affliction (or, as it may be understood from Chinese, the afflicters, distressers, troublers) means passions and illusions; and consequently fan-nao in Buddhist phraseology has acquired this technical connotation of the passions and illusions. Many terms of a similar character are noted in the body of this work. Consequent partly on this use of ordinary terms, even a well-educated Chinese without a knowledge of the technical equivalents finds himself unable to understand their implications.
The concepts of evolution and complexity theory have become part of the intellectual ether permeating the life sciences, the social and behavioral sciences, and, more recently, management science and economics. In this book, John E. Mayfield elegantly synthesizes core concepts from multiple disciplines to offer a new approach to understanding how evolution works and how complex organisms, structures, organizations, and social orders can and do arise based on information theory and computational science. Intended for the intellectually adventuresome, this book challenges and rewards readers with a nuanced understanding of evolution and complexity that offers consistent, durable, and coherent explanations for major aspects of our life experiences. Numerous examples throughout the book illustrate evolution and complexity formation in action and highlight the core function of computation lying at the work's heart.