The Gothic novel and the stage / by Francesca Saggini.

Av: Saggini, Francesca.
Serie: Literary texts and the popular marketplace: 9Publisher: Abingdon : Routledge, 2019Fysisk beskrivning: xii, 298 sidor.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780367875947.Ämne: Gotisk litteratur | Dramatik | TeaterDDC klassifikation: 809.38729 Annan klassifikation: Ge
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"First published 2015 by Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Limited."
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Introduction: The transforming muses: theorizing stage appropriation -- Part I. The Gothic stage -- 1. A stage of tears and terror: introducing the Gothic stage -- 2. Uncloseting the Gothic monster -- 3. An overview of critical responses to English Gothic theatre -- 4. A chronology of the Gothic drama -- 5. The Gothic drama: a survey of criticism -- Part II. Performing stage appropriation in the Romantic era: the languages of the stage and the page -- 6. An evening at the theatre: performance, intertheatricality, infratheatricality -- 7. A pathognomic theatre: the body of the actor and contemporary theories of acting -- 8. Intersemiotic translation and appropriation: an exploration of sound, scenery, lighting and costume in Gothic dramas and novels -- 9. Surface vs depth: staging the signifiers of the Gothic -- 10. 'To ears of flesh and blood': Ann Radcliffe's Stage hauntings -- 11. Change, transformation, spectacle: The monk and the forms of Georgian scenic spectacle -- 12. On the re-mediation of Gothic dramas: the Gothic stage and the Gothic trade.
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"First published 2015 by Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Limited."

Introduction: The transforming muses: theorizing stage appropriation -- Part I. The Gothic stage -- 1. A stage of tears and terror: introducing the Gothic stage -- 2. Uncloseting the Gothic monster -- 3. An overview of critical responses to English Gothic theatre -- 4. A chronology of the Gothic drama -- 5. The Gothic drama: a survey of criticism -- Part II. Performing stage appropriation in the Romantic era: the languages of the stage and the page -- 6. An evening at the theatre: performance, intertheatricality, infratheatricality -- 7. A pathognomic theatre: the body of the actor and contemporary theories of acting -- 8. Intersemiotic translation and appropriation: an exploration of sound, scenery, lighting and costume in Gothic dramas and novels -- 9. Surface vs depth: staging the signifiers of the Gothic -- 10. 'To ears of flesh and blood': Ann Radcliffe's Stage hauntings -- 11. Change, transformation, spectacle: The monk and the forms of Georgian scenic spectacle -- 12. On the re-mediation of Gothic dramas: the Gothic stage and the Gothic trade.

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