Memory of the Body: Essays on Theater and Death

Memory of the Body Essays on Theater and Death To see through the eyes of essayist and dramaturge Jan Kott is to gain in knowledge not just of the theater but also of human culture Since his Shakespeare Our Contemporary appeared in English in

  • Title: Memory of the Body: Essays on Theater and Death
  • Author: Jan Kott Jadwiga Kosicka Lillian Vallee
  • ISBN: 9780810110434
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • To see through the eyes of essayist and dramaturge Jan Kott is to gain in knowledge not just of the theater but also of human culture Since his Shakespeare Our Contemporary appeared in English in 1964, Kott s work has altered and strengthened the way critics and the public approach the theater as a whole The Memory of the Body highlights a number of dramatic personalitTo see through the eyes of essayist and dramaturge Jan Kott is to gain in knowledge not just of the theater but also of human culture Since his Shakespeare Our Contemporary appeared in English in 1964, Kott s work has altered and strengthened the way critics and the public approach the theater as a whole The Memory of the Body highlights a number of dramatic personalities and personages authors and directors Witkiewicz, Brecht, Kantor, Grotoswki, Ingmar Bergman, Wedekind Tilly Newes on the stage in turn of the century Vienna the all too mortal, two thirds divine Gilgamesh and a shaman in rural Korea In a style flecked with passion, poignancy, and wit, Kott moves beyond a mere discussion of theater to speak of eroticism, painting, love, and death.

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