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Art in the Age of Globalisation: Dialogue of Cultures (Ural Opera Ballet Theatre's Production of the Opera Tri Sestry)

Andrey G. Shishkin, Olga O. Morozova
2020 Changing Societies & Personalities  
example of the Ural Opera Ballet Theatre's recent stage production of the opera Tri Sestry (Three Sisters), which demonstrates a successful interaction between different cultural traditions.Interpreting Chekhov's  ...  In his work, which blends French and German avant-garde techniques with structural elements drawn from film narrative and the Japanese Noh theatre tradition, he added a radically new dimension to Chekhov's  ...  According to Alexander Medvedev (2020) , the recognition of the dialogics of art, together with the ability to hear the conversation of artists representing different styles and time periods, provides  ... 
doi:10.15826/csp.2020.4.4.112 fatcat:jgaxcohnnna4lcirqqrqnzsfce

The Use of Weapons for the Production of the Uncanny in Hardy and Conrad

Andrew Hewitt
2019 FATHOM  
The crucial information that Boldwood keeps a loaded gun handy, "as is usual in farmhouses", comes only after the gun has been fired.  ...  Until it was abolished in 1846, deodand "acted as recognition of -not submission to -the inseparable place of the uncontrollable physical world in law" (Kirton-Darling 21). 22 The idea of "vibrant matter  ... 
doi:10.4000/fathom.1640 fatcat:ynsuzd5efzeg3omw24rvry5y7a

Toward a Workshop in Theatre Phenomenology

Daniel W. Johnston
1969 PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research  
The workshop involved five professional actors and four undergraduates working on Act II of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard over two days.  ...  This recognition, in turn, led to an attentiveness of self and their own being in the space. The self became "other."  ...  In Chekhov's play, a sense of place very much came to the fore as we thought about what it means "to be at home."  ... 
doi:10.33011/partake.v2i1.405 fatcat:vym2w5sw5ra5dmwp2xoexew52y

From Stalingrad to Grozny: Patriotism, political pressure, and literature in the war reporting of Vassily Grossman and Anna Politkovskaya

James Rodgers
2014 Media, War & Conflict  
Then First the General shot the cow with his own gun.  ...  The conclusion of the extract shows how complete Chekhov's transformation has become.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1750635213514965 fatcat:kdtolimeqveuxnw2kv2nqmqjiy

Tales of disaster: the role of accident storytelling in safety teaching

Andrew Rae
2015 Cognition, Technology & Work  
An operator-protagonist story makes heavy use of foreshadowing, with the rule of Chekhov's Gun in constant play.  ...  Anton Chekhov is credited with the principle of "Chekhov's Gun": "Remove everything that has no relevance to the story.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10111-015-0341-3 fatcat:tjacmol2wjbndgpmmibqw72o5m

Chekhov's medical aesthetics

Matthew Mangold
This dissertation is an interdisciplinary project that situates Anton Chekhov's literary writings and non-fiction in the context of nineteenth century medicine.  ...  Chekhov's medical training at Moscow University introduced him to the techniques of rigorous clinical and psychiatric observation, drawing him to view human subjects as embedded in spatial and social environments  ...  Voinitsky appears on stage with a gun in Act Three to do just that, but unable to execute his will, he turns his negative desire back onto himself.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3wq06pv fatcat:y47ohqnnprgetjn3ibdhx5cpmy

Ostrannenie: on 'strangeness' and the moving image: the history, reception, and relevance of a concept

Sanna Peden
2014 Studies in European Cinema  
Let us turn to Chekhov's letter of 24 November 1887.  ...  recognition. 24.  ...  He is the co-author of The Recognition of Specificity and Social Cognition (2004). He has published articles in Apertura. Degrés, Journal of Cinema Studies, and Metropolis.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17411548.2014.973703 fatcat:utn2j2znr5hhbe6zqfar6o2lzm

Time in Language, Situation Models, and Mental Simulations

Rolf A. Zwaan
2008 Language Learning  
In fact, when such mundane events are actually reported in a story, it is usually a clue that they will become relevant later on (like Chekhov's proverbial gun).  ...  A primed-recognition task performed after all of the stories had been read showed that when events occurred within the same time frame, they showed more priming than when these same events were separated  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9922.2008.00458.x fatcat:k4qtpktnlrclvl46544q2vtn5a

Ostrannenie: On "Strangeness" and the Moving Image; The History, Reception, and Relevance of a Concept

E. Segal
2013 Poetics Today  
Let us turn to Chekhov's letter of 24 November 1887.  ...  recognition. 24.  ...  , Barend van 16, [157] [158] 160, 162 15, 119, 121, 123, 125, 127, 129, 131, 133, 135, 137, 139 aura 144-149, 231 automatization 62, 75, 79, 146, 152 automatic associative processes 178 automatic recognition  ... 
doi:10.1215/03335372-2017366 fatcat:gosxkkadsvhqbnlgpdwz3qnih4

Ostrannenie. On "Strangeness" and the Moving Image: The History, Reception, and Relevance of a Concept

Simon Spiegel
2011 Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind  
Let us turn to Chekhov's letter of 24 November 1887.  ...  recognition. 24.  ...  , Barend van 16, [157] [158] 160, 162 15, 119, 121, 123, 125, 127, 129, 131, 133, 135, 137, 139 aura 144-149, 231 automatization 62, 75, 79, 146, 152 automatic associative processes 178 automatic recognition  ... 
doi:10.3167/proj.2011.050209 fatcat:vae7p2awfzghlkjnejrqmhcct4

Authorial Cameos in Post-Romantic Russian Literature

Anna Dvigubski
The four chapters of my dissertation analyze the significance of the figured author in the following works: 1) Pushkin's Eugene Onegin and Gogol's Dead Souls; 2) Chekhov's "Ariadna"; 3) Bulgakov's "Morphine  ...  mirror in which his own image is reversed. 121 To me this speaks of Chekhov's impulse to set himself up for recognition in this character yet make this recognition somewhat difficult.  ...  He pre-empts the readers' recognition of him in the novel's protagonist, Fyodor Godunov-Cherdyntsev.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8wq09v8 fatcat:nxz2dszl65cdzkifc66sejdqim

Drama in Education Reaching Beyond the "Art Form or Teaching Tool" Dichotomy

Irina Lešnik
2018 European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research  
According to the drama rule "Chekhov's gun", all introduced props must come to the forefront eventually, which is completely organically integrated into the drama through the act of violent deprivation  ...  A drama technique, named image theatre (Boal 2012) , that is, "frozen images", helps in expressing and accepting non-verbal messages, paying special attention to the recognition of often complex and difficult-to-describe  ... 
doi:10.2478/ejser-2018-0059 fatcat:4xq3iqkyxrhatgh7xydr3zrgby

New Russian Cinema

Christina Stojanova
1998 Kinema. A journal for film and audiovisual media  
The story thus told discloses a life whose cynicism could be summarised in Chekhov's famous expression: "Ours is a pathetic life, gentlemen."  ...  The recognition of this higher principle is also a question of personal responsibility. Not so, says Khotinenko. In his eclectic film experience, religion is a will power.  ... 
doi:10.15353/ fatcat:3sbxi7xyxzde7pgcxeahk2tucu

Passionate amateurs: theatre, communism, and love

2014 ChoiceReviews  
The Professor fears, perhaps, that Vanya will take another pop at him with the gun.  ...  In both recognitions there is a most definite lack of inevitability.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-5507 fatcat:tt7sx5nqjfakrlqsvn7kfdbywq

V.V. Nabokov's novel "The Real Life of Sebastian Knight" and "The Gambler" by F.M. Dostoevsky
Роман В.В. Набокова «Подлинная жизнь Себастьяна Найта» и «Игрок» Ф.М. Достоевского

Sergey A. Kibalnik, nstitute of Russian Literature (Pushkin House) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg State University
2021 Philological Sciences Scientific Essays of Higher Education  
The images of eyes and mirrors become the main means of recognition of loss of soul by the person.  ...  Unlike Chekhov's general, the boss provokes the photographer's death.  ...  Chekhov's Personal Library. Selected works" (2017) tells about the three-stepped project which is a description of A.P. Chekhov's personal library in Taganrog State Literary museum.  ... 
doi:10.20339/phs.5-21.101 fatcat:abg2lw63pff73j3lkju7w4bmy4
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