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  Issue 98/99 (Volume 31, Number 2&3), 2002

Table of Contents

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Special Issue: Theatricality

Foreword

pp. 3-13
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Theatricality: From Oral Traditions to Televised "Realities"

pp. 17-41
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Theatricality as Estrangement of Art and Life In the Russian Avant-garde

pp. 42-56
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The Invention of "Theatricality": Rereading Bernard Dort and Roland Barthes

pp. 57-72
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The Structure of Theater: A Japanese View of Theatricality

pp. 73-93
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Theatricality: The Specificity of Theatrical Language

pp. 94-108
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II. Theatricality and the Body

Acting: The Quintessence of Theatricality

pp. 110-124
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Walking and Other Choreographic Tactics: Danced Inventions of Theatricality and Performativity

pp. 125-146
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Theatricality from the Performative Perspective

pp. 147-166
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Witnessing Woyzeck: Theatricality and the Empowerment of the Spectator

pp. 167-183
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III. Theatricality and Performativity

The Emperor's New Clothes: The Naked Body and Theories of Performance

pp. 186-200
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The Politics of Discourse: Performativity meets Theatricality

pp. 201-215
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Could the World become a Stage? Theatricality and Metaphorical Structures

pp. 216-224
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Theatricality and Cognitive Science: The Audience's Perception and Reception

pp. 225-235
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IV. The [Ir]resistible Fall of Theatricality

The Resistance to Theatricality

pp. 238-250
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The Fall of Theatricality in the Age of Modernity

pp. 251-264
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Digital Baroque: Via Viola or the Passage of Theatricality

pp. 265-279
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Bibliography: Theatricality and Performativity

Theatricality and Performativity: A General Bibliography

pp. 280-287
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Reviews

Esope au feminin: Marie de France et la politique de l'interculturalite (review)

pp. 288-292
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Gender, Rhetoric and Print Culture in French Renaissance Writing (review)

pp. 292-296
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Caliban's Reason: Introducing Afro-Caribbean Philosophy (review)

pp. 296-301
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Writing History, Writing Trauma (review)

pp. 301-306
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The Romance of Adultery: Queenship and Sexual Transgression in Old French Literature (review)

pp. 306-310
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La Vengeance dans la litterature d'Ancien Regime (review)

pp. 311-315
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Contributors

pp. 316-318
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Research Areas

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