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📒Pygmalion ✍ George Bernard Shaw
✏Pygmalion Book Summary : Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw from Coterie Classics All Coterie Classics have been formatted for ereaders and devices and include a bonus link to the free audio book. “What is life but a series of inspired follies? The difficulty is to find them to do. Never lose a chance: it doesn’t come every day.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Pygmalion George Bernard Shaw’s play, Pygmalion, created the character of Eliza Doolittle and has awed audiences on stage, in film as, My Fair Lady, and in this dramatic text.
📒The Pygmalion Effect ✍ Victor I. Stoichita
✏The Pygmalion Effect Book Summary : Pygmalion's sculpture, which the gods endowed with life, marks, according to this book, perhaps the first instance in Western art of an image that exists on its own terms, rather than simply imitating something else. Stoichita delivers this image and its avatars from the shadow cast by art that merely replicates reality.
📒Versions Of Pygmalion ✍ Joseph Hillis Miller
✏Versions of Pygmalion Book Summary : Discusses the ethics of writing and reading fiction, the creation and action of characters, and works by Henry James, Melville, Heinrich von Kleist, and Maurice Blanchot
📒Pygmalion ✍ Bernard Shaw
✏Pygmalion Book Summary : This Prestwick House Literary Touchstone Edition? includes a glossary and reader?s notes to help the modern reader appreciate Shaw?s wit and cynicism.In this delightful romance about the man too self-centered to fall in love and the woman too unsure of herself to want more out of life than the little she already has, George Bernard Shaw shakes the dust off the Cinderella story and tells it as only he can. Eliza Doolittle, the Cockney flower girl who wants to work in a flower shop, and Henry Higgins, the phoneticist who turns her into a "princess," are no mythological knight and maiden. Instead, even today, they resound with sharp humor and cutting dialogue. Originally published in 1914, Pygmalion invites readers and audience members to examine the roots of social prejudice and the true value of a human being, while also involving them in the improbable lives of Shaw?s one-dimensional, yet endearing characters.
📒The Pygmalion Effect ✍ Jeremy Blanchette
✏The Pygmalion Effect Book Summary : The Pygmalion Effect takes place in the year 2104 CE when genetically-enhanced intelligence has split the world into two classes, the rich and the poor. The young protagonist, Corbin, lives on the burned out streets of Boston, barely scraping by for food and shelter. Through manipulation, infiltration, and pure genius, he must fight back against the system and try to dismantle a massive plot aimed at killing his people in an attempt to cleanse the world of all non-enhanced beings.
📒Exposition Of Characters In Shaws Pygmalion ✍ Nink Mario
✏Exposition of Characters in Shaws Pygmalion Book Summary : Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Trier, course: Introduction to Drama Analysis, 5 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Bei dieser Arbeit handelt es sich um die Rolle, welche die Exposition in Pygmalion hat. Dies wird, nach einem generellen Eindruck, am Beispiel der einzelnen, wichtigsten, Charactere deutlich gemacht. Diese Carakterer waren: Higgins, Pickering und naturlich Eliza. Am Ende der Arbeit werden die einzelnen Charactere, beziehungsweise ihre Exposition, miteinander verglichen und gezeigt, wie sie sich ineinander verflechten."
📒Calvino And The Pygmalion Paradigm ✍ Bridget Tompkins
✏Calvino and the Pygmalion Paradigm Book Summary : Calvino and the Pygmalion Paradigm: Fashioning the Feminine in I nostri antenati and Gli amori difficili is the first book-length analysis of the representation of the feminine in Calvino’s fiction. Using the structural umbrella of the Pygmalion paradigm and using feminist interpretative techniques, this book offers interesting alternative readings of two of Calvino’s important early narrative collections. The Pygmalion paradigm concerns the creation by a male ‘artist’ of a feminine ideal and highlights the artificiality and narcissistic desire associated with the creation process. This book discusses Calvino’s active and deliberate work of self-creation, accomplished through extensive self-commentaries and exposes both the lack of importance Calvino placed on the feminine in his narratives and the relative absence of critical attention focused on this area. Relying on the analogy between Pygmalion’s pieces of ivory and Barthes’ ‘seme’ and drawing upon the ideas underlying Kristevan intertextuality, the book demonstrates that, despite Calvino’s professed lack of interest in character development, his female characters are carefully and purposefully constructed. A close reading of Calvino’s narratives, engaging directly with Freud, Lacan and the feminist psychoanalytical thinking of Kofmann, Kristeva, Kaplan and others, demonstrates how Calvino uses his female characters as foils for the existential reflections of his typically maladjusted and narcissistic male characters.
✏Author : Stefanie Eck
✏Publisher : Anchor Academic Publishing (aap_verlag)
✏Release Date : 2014-02-01
✏Pages : 43
✏ISBN : 9783954895991
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Galatea s Emancipation The Transformation of the Pygmalion Myth in Anglo Saxon Literature since the 20th Century Book Summary : The Pygmalion myth, most famously told by Ovid in his Metamorphoses, has always fascinated artists. This fascination, due to the erotic potential of the story, resulted in an abundance of patriarchal re-narrations from the Middle Ages to the late 19th century. With the turn of the 20th century, however, the Pygmalion stories gradually changed under the influence of feminist thought and emancipation. The woman created by Pygmalion no longer remained a passive creature but began to resist her master and his male fantasies, sometimes in a subtle way, sometimes in open rebellion. The study at hand focuses on the development of the tale in the Anglo-Saxon literature of the 20th and 21st centuries. The author will analyze some of these modern Pygmalion versions, written by George Bernard Shaw, Carol Ann Duffy and Neil LaBute amongst other significant author
📒Pygmalion In Bavaria ✍ Christiane Hertel
✏Pygmalion in Bavaria Book Summary : "Examines the work of eighteenth-century sculptor Ignaz Gèunther within the context of Bavarian Rococo art and Counter-Reformation religious visual culture"--Provided by publisher.
📒Pygmalion And Galatea Etc ✍ William Schwenck Gilbert
✏Pygmalion and Galatea etc Book Summary :