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The Social Fabric American Life From The Civil War To The Present

Author : Thomas L. Hartshorne
ISBN : 0321333810
Genre : Social Science
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This anthology of readings portrays the lives of ordinary Americans and examines the diversity of the American people, from the earliest settlement of America to Reconstruction.
Category: Social Science

Foundations Of Software Science And Computation Structures

Author : Christel Baier
ISBN : 9783319893662
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Foundations of Software Science and Computational Structures, FOSSACS 2018, which took place in Thessaloniki, Greece, in April 2018, held as part of the European Joint Conference on Theory and Practice of Software, ETAPS 2018.The 31 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 103 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections named: semantics; linearity; concurrency; lambda-calculi and types; category theory and quantum control; quantitative models; logics and equational theories; and graphs and automata.
Category: Computers

Vocative Constructions In The Language Of Shakespeare

Author : Beatrix Busse
ISBN : 9789027293138
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This study investigates the functions, meanings, and varieties of forms of address in Shakespeare’s dramatic work. New categories of Shakespearean vocatives are developed and the grammar of vocatives is investigated in, above, and below the clause, following morpho-syntactic, semantic, lexicographical, pragmatic, social and contextual criteria. Going beyond the conventional paradigm of power and solidarity and with recourse to Shakespearean drama as both text and performance, the study sees vocatives as foregrounded experiential, interpersonal and textual markers. Shakespeare’s vocatives construe, both quantitatively and qualitatively, habitus and identity. They illustrate relationships or messages. They reflect Early Modern, Shakespearean, and intra- or inter-textual contexts. Theoretically and methodologically, the study is interdisciplinary. It draws on approaches from (historical) pragmatics, stylistics, Hallidayean grammar, corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics, socio-historical linguistics, sociology, and theatre semiotics. This study contributes, thus, not only to Shakespeare studies, but also to literary linguistics and literary criticism.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Theatrical Haiku

Author : Mary Louise Wilson
ISBN : 0822224941
Genre : Drama
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THE STORIES: A hilarious evening of short plays about the foibles of stage actors and those who love them. Two women of a certain age prepare for a theater outing in LOST. (2 women.) In THE PROFESSIONAL, a seasoned actor recalls the two times he's
Category: Drama

Swiss Studies In English

Author : Bernhard Fehr
ISBN : UOM:39015048882818
Genre : English literature
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Early Modern Playhouse Manuscripts And The Editing Of Shakespeare

Author : Paul Werstine
ISBN : 9781139851671
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Early Modern Playhouse Manuscripts and the Editing of Shakespeare argues for editing Shakespeare's plays in a new way, without pretending to distinguish authorial from theatrical versions. Drawing on the work of the influential scholars A. W. Pollard and W. W. Greg, Werstine tackles the difficult issues surrounding 'foul papers' and 'promptbooks' to redefine these fundamental categories of current Shakespeare editing. In an extensive and detailed analysis, this book offers insight into the methods of theatrical personnel and a reconstruction of backstage practices in playhouses of Shakespeare's time. The book also includes a detailed analysis of nineteen manuscripts and three quartos marked up for performance - documents that together provide precious insight into how plays were put into production. Using these surviving manuscripts as a framework, Werstine goes on to explore editorial choices about what to give today's readers as 'Shakespeare'.
Category: Literary Criticism