A Companion to the Works of Arthur Schnitzler

A Companion to the Works of Arthur Schnitzler Author Dagmar C. G. Lorenz
ISBN-10 1571132139
Release 2003
Pages 415
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A fresh collection of essays on the work of one of the leading figures of the Viennese fin de siecle.



Bambis Kinder

Bambis Kinder Author Felix Salten
ISBN-10 3293004563
Release 2013
Pages 272
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The Global and Local Dimensions of English

The Global and Local Dimensions of English Author Marija Brala Vukanovic
ISBN-10 9783643900739
Release 2011
Pages 161
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The interaction between the global and the local has inspired inquiry into the multifarious manifestations of English nowadays, stimulating scholarly research into its diverse linguistic, cultural, and pedagogical landscapes. Drawing together various strands of the 'Global English' debate, the papers in this book question and expand on the interaction between Global English and local contexts in the Alpine-Adriatic region, and examine the complexities from different, yet complementary, perspectives: the cultural, the methodological (ELT), the translational, and the linguistic. (Series: Linguistik und Sprachvermittlung - Vol. 4)



Wildlife Films

Wildlife Films Author Derek Bouse
ISBN-10 0812217284
Release 2000
Pages 280
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If, as many argue, movies and television have become Western culture's premier storytelling media, so too have they become, for most members of society, the primary source of encounters with the natural world—particularly wild animals. The television fare offered nightly by national and cable networks such as PBS and the Discovery Channel provides millions of viewers with their only experience of the wilderness and its inhabitants. The very films that so many viewers take as accurate portrayals of wildlife, however, have evolved primarily as a form of entertainment, following the established codes and conventions of narrative exposition. The result has been not the representation of nature, but its wholesale reconstruction and reconfiguration according to film and television conventions, audience expectations, and the demands of competition in the media marketplace. Wildlife Films traces the genealogy of the nature film, from its origins as the "animal locomotion" studies that mark the very beginnings of motion pictures themselves, to the founding of the Animal Planet cable channel that boasts "all animals, all the time." The narrative and thematic elements that unite wildlife films as a genre have their roots not in the documentary film tradition, but in the older traditions of oral and written animal fables as reflections of human society. Bousé contends that classic wildlife films often portray animal protagonists living in families modeled on an ideal of the human nuclear family and working in communities that resemble an ideal of bucolic human society. In these stories—presented as documentaries—animals are motivated by human emotions and conduct relationships according to human customs. This imposition of culturally satisfying narrative patterns upon the lives of animals has not only led to the misrepresentation of the natural world; it has promoted the notion that our values, our moral vision, our models of society and family structure derive from nature, rather than being cultural formations.



Installation Art and the Practices of Archivalism

Installation Art and the Practices of Archivalism Author David Houston Jones
ISBN-10 9781317679073
Release 2016-03-31
Pages 210
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On the leading edge of trauma and archival studies, this timely book engages with the recent growth in visual projects that respond to the archive, focusing in particular on installation art. It traces a line of argument from practitioners who explicitly depict the archive (Samuel Beckett, Christian Boltanski, Art & Language, Walid Raad) to those whose materials and practices are archival (Mirosław Bałka, Jean-Luc Godard, Silvia Kolbowski, Boltanski, Atom Egoyan). Jones considers in particular the widespread nostalgia for ‘archival’ media such as analogue photographs and film. He analyses the innovative strategies by which such artefacts are incorporated, examining five distinct types of archival practice: the intermedial, testimonial, personal, relational and monumentalist.



Walt Disney s Bambis Kinder

Walt Disney s Bambis Kinder Author Walt Disney Productions
ISBN-10 OCLC:838094096
Release 1955
Pages 28
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Bambis Kinder

Bambis Kinder Author Margarita Meister
ISBN-10 OCLC:720733530
Release 1979
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Kleine Verb ndete

Kleine Verb  ndete Author Ursula Seeber
ISBN-10 IND:30000067183974
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 181
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Documents the living and working conditions of Austrian authors and illustrators in exile.



vienna Is Different

 vienna Is Different Author Hillary Hope
ISBN-10 9781782380504
Release 2013-10-15
Pages 298
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Assessing the impact of fin-de-siècle Jewish culture on subsequent developments in literature and culture, this book is the first to consider the historical trajectory of Austrian-Jewish writing across the 20th century. It examines how Vienna, the city that stood at the center of Jewish life in the Austrian Empire and later the Austrian nation, assumed a special significance in the imaginations of Jewish writers as a space and an idea. The author focuses on the special relationship between Austrian-Jewish writers and the city to reveal a century-long pattern of living in tension with the city, experiencing simultaneously acceptance and exclusion, feeling “unheimlich heimisch” (eerily at home) in Vienna.



Hofmannsthal

Hofmannsthal Author Gerhard Neumann
ISBN-10 3793091082
Release 1994
Pages 406
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Writers for children

Writers for children Author Jane Bingham
ISBN-10 UOM:49015002918226
Release 1988-03
Pages 661
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Critical studies of major children's authors since the seventeenth century. Entries include biographical information, critical analysis, and bibliographies of key primary and secondary works.



Kleines Disney Buch

Kleines Disney Buch Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:73321859
Release 1952
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Masterplots Cyclopedia of world authors seven hundred fifty three novelists poets playwrights from the world s fine literature

Masterplots  Cyclopedia of world authors  seven hundred fifty three novelists  poets  playwrights from the world s fine literature Author Frank Northen Magill
ISBN-10 PSU:000047317246
Release 1968
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Cyclopedia of World Authors

Cyclopedia of World Authors Author Frank Northen Magill
ISBN-10 UOM:39015015218749
Release 1974
Pages 1973
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The Culture of the Europeans

The Culture of the Europeans Author Donald Sassoon
ISBN-10 UVA:X004834288
Release 2006
Pages 1617
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Compelling, wide-ranging, and hugely ambitious, this book offers an integrated history of the culture produced and consumed by Europeans since 1800, and follows its transformation from an elite activity to a mass market—from lending libraries to the internet, from the first public concerts to music downloads. In itself a cultural tour de force, the book covers high and low culture, readers and writers, audiences and prima donnas, Rossini and hip hop, Verdi and the Beatles, Zola and Tintin, Walter Scott and Jules Verne, the serialized novel of the 19th century as well as Dallas and Coronation Street. Included in its vast scope are fairy tales, best-sellers, crime and sci-fi, non-fiction, magazines, newspapers, comic strips, plays, opera, musicals, pop music, sound recording, films, documentaries, radio, and television. A continent-wide survey, this majestic work includes discussions of rock music under communism, Polish and Danish bestsellers, French melodramas and German cabarets, fascist and Soviet cinema. It examines the ways culture travels—how it is produced, transformed, adapted, absorbed, sold, and consumed; how it is shaped by audiences and politics, and controlled by laws and conventional morality; and why some countries excel in particular genres. It examines the anxiety and attraction felt by Europeans towards American culture, and asks to what extent European culture has become Americanized. Stylishly written, devoid of jargon, this is global non-fiction narrative at its best.



Catalog of Reprints in Series

Catalog of Reprints in Series Author Robert Merritt Orton
ISBN-10 UOM:39015065433081
Release 1942
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General Catalogue of Printed Books

General Catalogue of Printed Books Author British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books
ISBN-10 UOM:39015084656084
Release 1961
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