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Assaph: Studies in the Theatre No. 5 (includes a special section on storytelling as performance). Eli Rozik, Tamar Alexander, Michal Govrin, Jacob Raz, Nilli Rabinovich Zur, Tadeusz Kowzan, Phyllis Gorfain, Gad Kaynar, Freddie Rokem, Jehoshua Sobol, Shimon Levy.

Assaph: Studies in the Theatre No. 5 (includes a special section on storytelling as performance)

Softcover, Tel Aviv: Department of Theatre Studies, Tel Aviv University, 1989. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Book is in the English language. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wraps have light handling wear, slight fading at spine. ; Contents: Alexander and Govrin, Storytelling as a performing art. Raz, The Japanese itinerant storyteller: a multivocal function. Zur, Storyteler as actor: the Yemenite custom of 'sitting on the gat.' Kowzan, Hamlet's theme as a macrosign. Gorfain, 'Craft against vice': riddling as ritual in Measure for Measure. Kaynar, The spectator as an object for annihilation and redemption: basic principles of processing the middle-class reality-convention in the German Expressionist drama. Roken, Memory and history: The Soul of a Jew by Jehoshua Sobol. Sobol, Excerpt from The Soul of a Jew. Levy, The 1988/89 theatre season in Israel. ; 9.25" tall; 185 pages.

Item #4230004            Price: $20.00