Human Shadows Bright as Glass: Drama as Speculation and Transformation
Bucknell University Press, 1997 - 271 Seiten
A fresh approach to the dramatic experience is attempted in this book. It begins with a consideration of Edmund Husserl's attempt to clarify our understanding of immediate experience and takes into account Martin Heidegger's and Hans-Georg Gadamer's movements from the phenomenology toward the individual's complex interactions and involvements in a world.
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