Dialogue vs. Monologues : New Life of Traditional Forms : Monologue as Inner Dialogue [ define ]
Marxism, Nietzsche, Feminism and Pop-Culture

... themes directory

... "well-made-play", again. Story and Plot.

Thought :

... "Miss Julie is a modern character which does not mean that the man-hating half-woman has not existed in every age, just that she has now been discovered, has come out into the open and made herself heard. Victim of a superstition (one that has seized even stronger minds) that woman, this stunted form of human being who stands between man, the lord of creation, the creator of culture, [and the child], * is meant to be the equal of man or could ever be, she involves herself in an absurd struggle in which she falls." Stringberg, Preface : script.vtheatre.net/doc/julie

from method.vtheatre.net/freud:

The theory is termed 'tripartite' simply because, again like Plato, Freud distinguished three structural elements within the mind, which he called id, ego, and super-ego. The id is that part of the mind in which are situated the instinctual sexual drives which require satisfaction; the super-ego is that part which contains the 'conscience', viz. socially-acquired control mechanisms (usually imparted in the first instance by the parents) which have been internalised; while the ego is the conscious self created by the dynamic tensions and interactions between the id and the super-ego, which has the task of reconciling their conflicting demands with the requirements of external reality. It is in this sense that the mind is to be understood as a dynamic energy-system. All objects of consciousness reside in the ego, the contents of the id belong permanently to the unconscious mind, while the super-ego is an unconscious screening-mechanism which seeks to limit the blind pleasure-seeking drives of the id by the imposition of restrictive rules. There is some debate as to how literally Freud intended this model to be taken (he appears to have taken it extremely literally himself), but it is important to note that what is being offered here is indeed a theoretical model, rather than a description of an observable object, which functions as a frame of reference to explain the link between early childhood experience and the mature adult (normal or dysfunctional) personality.

... Woman and Self : that's how "New Drama"Chekhov starts?

"Inner monologue" : Truth = Realism ("Double" Idea, and Dialogism) [ sample ]

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... 10.10.07 [ t-blog ]

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III.3 -- Nora II : Julie

... Existentialism and Woman [ remember, when read Williams : Laura, GM ]
The Role of the Tarantella in Henrik Ibsen's a Doll House ... Dance in Ms. Julie.

... http://www.bookrags.com/notes/dh/

issues -- list

Topic Tracking: Honesty
Topic Tracking: Independence
Topic Tracking: Money

A Doll's House from BookRags Book Notes. 2000-2006 by BookRags.

[ musicnew theatre : La Tarantula : folk - polka ]

comments :

pix : the differences and similarities of the 1909 paintings Dance I and Dance II initially separated by continents for eighty years. "This dance was in me, I did not need to warm myself up: I proceeded with elements that were already alive," Matisse says of the works...

Manet [paintings] -- Impressionism and Symbolism

test -- [ ? ]

my t-blog note

... images [ pix ] video ? youtube.com/anatolant [ playlist "theatre" ]

next : lesson 4 :

Realism? Really?

Freud : Art in search of Science
Divisions of the Psyche : Architechture of a Soul? 
A. Id-most primitive urges for gratification 
B. Ego-need to delay gratification in the service of self-preservation 
C. Superego- internalization of society's moral commands 

10/8/2007 : 
How to think about midterm paper [ for thr215 DramLit class ] = two titles, one subject
No Exit and Miss Julie : What Love has to do with it?

Does Oed. and Jocasta love each other?
Romeo and Juliett do! But what we know about it? How do they love?
Do you want to see how they (we) love? [ notes for O.Wilde ]

Here comes the 19th century with "Realism"! 
God is Love? 
Okay, let me see... A closer look. 
Man's values [ love, for example ]
Questioning -- humanistic value, and therefore could LOVE even exit?
Our invention.  
50 years between Strindberg and Sartre -- two generations, one place - Europe.

Two women, one man... and the Others.

... Man's mind, his soul, or heart is more complex than any society!

Fear without Pity

Not even a smile?
Not even Christine? 
... No mercy. 
No Forgivness.
Sex, violence and death.
You need a doctor!

Psychiarist - Nora

script.vtheatre.net/symbol.html + script.vtheatre.net/doc/ms-julie.html

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