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Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance: a play, opera, mime, ballet, ... The structure of dramatic texts, unlike other forms of literature, is directly influenced by this collaborative production and collective reception. ..... Western opera is a dramatic art form that arose during the Renaissance in an attempt ...

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Drama and the Literary Arts. Children are natural dramatists, and activities that fuel their imagination and ability to make believe foster creative and academic ...

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For a discussion of the dramatic literatures of other cultures, see African literature, African theatre, East Asian arts, Islamic arts, South Asian arts, and Southeast ...

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Theatre is not essentially a literary art, though it has been so taught in some universities and schools. For many years the works of the Greek dramatists, ...

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Angus L. Bowmer Award for Drama. Angus Bowmer founded the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. His enthusiasm and determination led to an increase in festival ...

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The dramas typically dealt with important issues of the day, posed tough questions, ... Named after an Athenian leader, arts and literature flourished in this era.

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modern drama is a legitimate form of art.^ Yet in what relation does dramatic art stand to literature? In a classi fication of the arts ought modern drama to stand as  ...

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In this lesson you will explore the major developments of literature, art, and drama in the height of the Heian Period in Japanese history. Then...

sounds.bl.uk/Arts-literature-and-performance/Theatre-Archive-Project

A reinvestigation into British theatre history 1945-1968.