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Title Goethe's Faust : Theatre of Modernity / edited by Hans Schulte, John Noyes and Pia Kleber

Publ Info Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011
©2011
LOCATION CALL # STATUS NOTE
 RWU Main Library  PT1925 .G63 2011    AVAILABLE
 URI  PT1925 .G63 2011    AVAILABLE
Descript xiii, 332 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Pt. I. Modernity: 1. Faust -- today Albrecht Schöne; 2. Mephisto and the modernization of evil Rolf-Peter Janz -- 3. Mephisto is the devil -- or is he? Peter Huber -- 4. 'Schwankende Gestalten': virtuality in Goethe's Faust Ulrich Gaier -- 5. Amnesia and anamnesis in Goethe's Faust Wolf-Daniel Hartwich -- 6. Cagliostro and Saint-Simon in Goethe's Faust II Hans-Jürgen Schings -- 7. Faust's blindness Eberhard Lämmert -- 8. From Faust to Harry Potter: discourses of the centaurs Gisela Brude-Firnau -- 9. Mistra and the Peloponnes in Goethe's Faust II Wilhelm Blum -- 10. Goethe and the grotesque: the 'classical Walpurgis night' Angela Borchert -- 11. Redefining classicism: antiquity in Faust II Ernst Osterkamp -- 12. Mephisto, the angels, and the homoerotic in Faust II W. Daniel Wilson -- Pt. II. Theatre: 13. Goethe's Faust: theatre, meta-theatre, tragedy Martin Swales -- 14. Faust beyond tragedy: hidden comedy, covert opera Dieter Borchmeyer -- 15. Theatricality and experiment: identity in Faust Jane Brown -- 16. Rhetorical action: Faust between rhetoric, poetics, and music Helmut Schanze -- 17. Directing Faust: an interview Peter Stein -- 18. A contradictory whole: Peter Stein stages Faust Dirk Pilz -- 19. Rethinking and staging Faust at the State Theatre Stuttgart, 2005/6 Jörg Bochow -- 20. Strehler's Faust in performance Laura Caretti -- Select bibliography
LC subject Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832. Faust
Add Author Schulte, Hans, 1935- editor
Noyes, John K. (John Kenneth), 1955-
Kleber, Pia, editor
ISBN 9780521194648
0521194644