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Zelda Fitzgerald, were financially and morally supported, all were hospitably welcomed, many lodged, entertained, and fed. Looking back on her parents’ privileged life, Honoria points out that it wasn’t social distinction that had motivated them. ‘It wasn’t a clique, it wasn’t a coterie’, her father

In: Women Writing on the French Riviera

Mansfield registered her desire to live life to the full. Work, self, and spirit were to be in harmony, a courageous goal when one considers that she was extremely unwell. Her Journal entry of 11 October sets down all: By health I mean the power to live a full, adult, living, breathing life in close

In: Women Writing on the French Riviera
Author: Janne Tapper

the opposite of necessities by which human mind idealizes permanent structures (see Michelman 2010, 106, 235–236). French philosopher and author Albert Camus argues that people idealize reasons to make life worth living; people cannot endure a lucid groundlessness of existence (1990, 1–9). He notes

In: Theatre Scandals

stage for the Day of Memory, the international day of commemoration of the Holocaust, 27 th January, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz camp. On the occasion, the UN assembly denounced any denial of the Holocaust as a historical event. The rights of the living An account by

In: The Five Continents of Theatre

. Think of the art theatres, the free theatres, the Berliner Ensemble, the laboratory and group theatres. The secret was in the rehearsals, the time and space in which actors generate life. The performance is the re-flowering of the life of the rehearsals. Tadeusz Kantor passed from the rehearsals of a

In: The Five Continents of Theatre
Author: Willmar Sauter

her portrayal of the Egyptian Queen, an outrageous sum that had never hitherto been paid to movie stars. 1 During the shooting, Elizabeth Taylor, living in a suite of the Dorchester Hotel in London, fell ill and was finally taken to hospital by ambulance, but only after the world’s gossip press had

In: Theatre Scandals

fourth wall away. BOUVARD – But I’m of the opinion that the tension that comes to life in a performance is triggered by the different awareness of being an actor or a spectator. The stage is a frame, an artifice that separates things so as to put certain elements into high relief. Everything that

In: The Five Continents of Theatre
Author: Susanne Zhanial

about living the life of a (postmodern) pirate, and points out the movie series’ major goal, i.e. to thoroughly enjoy the adventure and life itself. 2 Heroes and Villains, Good and Bad Pirates Jack Sparrow is certainly Disney’s most outstanding pirate, but he is by far not the only one. A thorough

In: Postmodern Pirates
Author: Susanne Zhanial

modelled on his Romantic predecessor, and typically depicted as “a scoundrel by the world’s light, but ethically consistent, gallantly faithful to his true love, and in all his actions motivated by burning hatred and a desire for revenge against those who had wronged him” (Orel 155). This description

In: Postmodern Pirates

. Impact of the Cultural Settings The cultural institutions were the focal point of arts learning for teachers, and in that sense, they provided both inspiration and a sense of purpose for arts education. The settings acted as a constant stimulant for creativity and they motivated teachers to participate

In: Perspectives on Arts Education Research in Canada, Volume 2