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Les Propos Spectacle: Etudes de Pragmatique Theatrale

Les Propos Spectacle: Etudes de Pragmatique Theatrale (Hardback)

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Reunissant des articles inedits consacres a la lecture critique de pieces aussi diverses que De Babione; L'Impromptu de Versailles, L'Ecole des Femmes et Le Misanthrope de Moliere; Hernani de Victor Hugo; Cyrano de Bergerac de Rostand; Le Silence de Sarraute; Agatha et La Musica deuxieme de Duras, ce volume etend a l'analyse du texte theatral et du spectacle une theorie pragmatique centree sur la parole et les silences interactionnels. Concues en tant que scenarios abstraits, les oeuvres dramatiques sont abordees par le biais des tensions entre une composante litteraire dialogique et une composante quasi-litteraire metatheatrale. Les repliques des personnages ainsi que les didascalies auctoriales sont examinees du point de vue des actes de langage qui les fondent.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 -Film, TV & DramaTheatreLanguages with Grant & Cutler Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 01/05/1996 ISBN-13: 9780820428550  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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La responsable de la publication: Professeur de French Studies a Brown University, Sanda Golopentia a publie un grand nombre d'articles de theorie litteraire, semiologie, anthropologie et linguistique ainsi que des livres, parmi lesquels The Transformational Syntax of Romanian (1972), Les voies de la pragmatique (1988) et Voir les didascalies (avec M. Martinez Thomas, 1994). Elle a edite les volumes Current Trends in Romanian Linguistics (avec A. Rosetti, 1978) et les Incantations de Cornova-Bessarabie de St. Cristescu (1994). Les contributeurs: Sanda Golopentia, Anna Walecka, Nathalie Rogers, Laurent Ditmann, Laura D'Angelo, Michelle E. Bloom, Eric Angles.

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