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The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere

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The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere By Paul Keen
1999 | 314 Pages | ISBN: 0521653258 | PDF | 1 MB

The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere
This book offers an original study of debates that arose in the 1790s about the nature and social role of literature and the new class of readers produced by the revolution in information and literacy in eighteenth-century England. The first part concentrates on the dominant arguments about the role of literature and the status of the author; the second shifts its focus to the debates about working-class activists and radical women authors, and examines the growth of a Romantic ideology within this context of political and cultural turmoil.
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The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere

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The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere By Paul Keen
1999 | 314 Pages | ISBN: 0521653258 | PDF | 1 MB

The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere
This book offers an original study of debates that arose in the 1790s about the nature and social role of literature and the new class of readers produced by the revolution in information and literacy in eighteenth-century England. The first part concentrates on the dominant arguments about the role of literature and the status of the author; the second shifts its focus to the debates about working-class activists and radical women authors, and examines the growth of a Romantic ideology within this context of political and cultural turmoil.
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Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama

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Sarah Hibberd, "Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama"
English | ISBN: 1409400824 | 2011 | 316 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama
The genre of melodrame a grand spectacle that emerged in the boulevard theatres of Paris in the 1790s – and which was quickly exported abroad – expressed the moral struggle between good and evil through a drama of heightened emotions. Physical gesture, mise en scene and music were as important in communicating meaning and passion as spoken dialogue. The premise of this volume is the idea that the melodramatic aesthetic is central to our understanding of nineteenth-century music drama, broadly defined as spoken plays with music, operas and other hybrid genres that combine music with text and/or image. This relationship is examined closely, and its evolution in the twentieth century in selected operas, musicals and films, is understood as an extension of this nineteenth-century aesthetic. The book therefore develops our understanding of opera in the context of melodrama's broader influence on musical culture during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The book will appeal to those interested in film studies, drama, theatre and modern languages as well as music and opera.
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Prime Time Animation: Television Animation and American Culture

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Carol Stabile, "Prime Time Animation: Television Animation and American Culture"
English | ISBN: 0415283264, 0415283256 | 2003 | 272 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Prime Time Animation: Television Animation and American Culture
In September 1960 a television show emerged from the mists of prehistoric time to take its place as the mother of all animated sitcoms. The Flintstones spawned dozens of imitations, just as, two decades later, The Simpsons sparked a renaissance of primetime animation. This fascinating book explores the landscape of television animation, from Bedrock to Springfield, and beyond.
The contributors critically examine the key issues and questions, including: How do we explain the animation explosion of the 1960s? Why did it take nearly twenty years following the cancellation of The Flintstones for animation to find its feet again as primetime fare? In addressing these questions, as well as many others, essays examine the relation between earlier, made-for-cinema animated production (such as the Warner Looney Toons shorts) and television-based animation; the role of animation in the economies of broadcast and cable television; and the links between animation production and brand image. Contributors also examine specific programmes like The Powerpuff Girls, Daria, Ren and Stimpy and South Park from the perspective of fans, exploring fan cybercommunities, investigating how ideas of 'class' and 'taste' apply to recent TV animation, and addressing themes such as irony, alienation, and representations of the family.
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