A handbook explaining the relationship between the drama text and the theory and practice of drama in performance. It also explains the meanings and methods of semiotics and addresses key texts from Sophocles to Caryl Churchill.
The first fully detailed, complete account in English of the fiction and films of France's best-known and most controversial woman writer. Leslie Hill throws new light on Duras' relation with feminism, sexuality and psychoanalysis.
An introductory analysis of auto/biography which suggests that the genre is based on fictions, both about the subject and about what is possible to know about any one individual. Evans demonstrates the absences and evasions, indeed the 'missing persons' of auto/biography. Chapters consider particular kinds of auto/biographical writing.
A timely contribution to the debate, this book clarifies the processes involved in social interactions and relationships whilst serving as a practical and theoretical resource for teachers and other professionals.
This reader draws together recent and newly commissioned papers to show how the communicative method of language teaching has developed, what its research justification is and how it can be most effectively used in the classroom.
This volume contains essays which were originally intended as a series of lectures for the general public, outlining the basic ideas of psychoanalysts Melanie Klein and Wilfred Bion and examining their theories and ideas in the setting of contemporary analysis.