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Body Movement Parameters (Bmp’S), Rodrigo Toscano 2012 Rollins College

Body Movement Parameters (Bmp’S), Rodrigo Toscano

SPECS journal of art and culture

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The Three Breasts Of Hilda Von Why, Jeff Solomon 2012 Rollins College

The Three Breasts Of Hilda Von Why, Jeff Solomon

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Waiting, Chad Reynolds 2012 Rollins College

Waiting, Chad Reynolds

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Coke, Chad Reynolds 2012 Rollins College

Coke, Chad Reynolds

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As Good As Buried, Micah Riecker 2012 Rollins College

As Good As Buried, Micah Riecker

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In Place Of Danger, Molly Bendall 2012 Rollins College

In Place Of Danger, Molly Bendall

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Whistling From The Lean-To, Molly Bendall 2012 Rollins College

Whistling From The Lean-To, Molly Bendall

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A Relief Map, Molly Bendall 2012 Rollins College

A Relief Map, Molly Bendall

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A Stranger, A Journey, Rosalie Morales Kearns 2012 Rollins College

A Stranger, A Journey, Rosalie Morales Kearns

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Urban Legend Inquest, Denise Duhamel 2012 Rollins College

Urban Legend Inquest, Denise Duhamel

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A One And A Two, Janis Butler Holm 2012 Rollins College

A One And A Two, Janis Butler Holm

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Notes On The Short Animation Passing, Eliza Fernbach 2012 Rollins College

Notes On The Short Animation Passing, Eliza Fernbach

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The Theatrical Lieu De Culture Within Molière’S Theater, Nina Ekstein 2012 Trinity University

The Theatrical Lieu De Culture Within Molière’S Theater, Nina Ekstein

Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Research

Molière’s theater is itself, by definition, a lieu de culture. The performance of one of his plays transforms the space in which it occurs into a lieu de culture by virtue of the presence of two crucial features. First, the performance belongs to a cultural domain, in this case specifically the theater. By ‘culture’ I mean simply that which is tied to the arts, letters, manners, and scholarly pursuits. Second there must be an audience present for that performance. The same basic situation obviously holds true for any playwright whose plays are performed. What makes Molière interesting is the ...


La Pratique Ironique De L’Appel À L’Autorité Dans Les Péritextes Du Théâtre De Corneille, Nina Ekstein 2012 Trinity University

La Pratique Ironique De L’Appel À L’Autorité Dans Les Péritextes Du Théâtre De Corneille, Nina Ekstein

Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Research

Corneille a lié un grand nombre de péritextes à son œuvre théâtrale, dont les Préfaces, les avis « Au lecteur », les Arguments, les Épîtres, les Examens de 1660 et les Trois Discours sur le poème dramatique de la même année. Ce sont tous des textes polémiques du fait qu’ils représentent des prises de position dans les débats théâtraux de l’époque. Ce sont aussi des défenses souvent très spécifiques de ses œuvres. Les péritextes constituent un terrain particulièrement riche car c’est là qu’un auteur fait connaître ses intentions au lecteur.


Faust’S Mountains: An Ecocritical Reading Of Goethe’S Tragedy And Science, Heather I. Sullivan 2012 Trinity University

Faust’S Mountains: An Ecocritical Reading Of Goethe’S Tragedy And Science, Heather I. Sullivan

Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Research

No abstract provided.


Reading Ruins Against The Grain: Istanbul, Derbent, Postcoloniality, Rebecca Gould 2012 University of Iowa

Reading Ruins Against The Grain: Istanbul, Derbent, Postcoloniality, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

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Leaving The House Of Memory: Post-Soviet Traces Of Deportation Memory, Rebecca Gould 2012 University of Iowa

Leaving The House Of Memory: Post-Soviet Traces Of Deportation Memory, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

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Imam Shamil (1797–1871), Rebecca Gould 2012 University of Bristol

Imam Shamil (1797–1871), Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

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Philology, Education, Democracy, Rebecca Gould 2012 University of Bristol

Philology, Education, Democracy, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


Pirandello’S Analogy: A Source For A Better Understanding Of The Social Impact Of Stroke, M.A.C. van Haaren, Maggie Lawrence, P.H. Goossens, B. van den Bossche, M.J.H. Wermer, A.A. Kaptein 2012 Glasgow Caledonian University

Pirandello’S Analogy: A Source For A Better Understanding Of The Social Impact Of Stroke, M.A.C. Van Haaren, Maggie Lawrence, P.H. Goossens, B. Van Den Bossche, M.J.H. Wermer, A.A. Kaptein

Dr. Maggie Lawrence

Background: Suffering a stroke has major implications for the patient. To understand human suffering, one should understand society. Pirandello described society as a higher entity than the individual, thereby justifying human adaptability to society. We explore a qualitative finding that suggests that social trends may influence how stroke patients prioritize aspects of their rehabilitation. Methods: We compare a contemporary patient’s experience of stroke recovery with that of a fictional character from the works of Luigi Pirandello. Both patients had two main residual symptoms: hemiparesis and aphasia. Results: The rehabilitation priorities of the two patients differed, and appeared to reflect ...


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