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Pathos in Late-Medieval Religious Drama and Art : A Communicative Strategy.

Author/Creator:
Mazzon, Gabriella.
Publication:
Boston : BRILL, 2018.
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Book
1 online resource (326 pages)
Series:
Ludus Ser.
Ludus Ser.
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Subjects:
Drama, Medieval-History and criticism.
Liturgical drama-Europe-History and criticism.
Theater-Europe-History-Medieval, 500-1500.
Pathos in literature.
Christian art and symbolism-Medieval, 500-1500.
Drama-Technique.
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Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
Acknowledgements
List of Figures
Introduction
Chapter 1
Words and Images in the late Middle Ages: the Social Functions of Drama and Art
1.1 Iconography and Textual Studies
1.2 The Development of Visual Narratives and New Images
1.3 The Word Enacted
1.4 'Modern Piety' and Identification: the Importance of Presence
1.5 Witnessing and Social Control: the Value of Memory
Chapter 2
The Codification of the Public Display of Emotions
2.1 Emotions and Public Communication
2.2 Looking at the Language
2.3 Reading the Visual Arts
2.4 Talking to the Congregacyoun
2.5 Writing Paths to Salvation
Chapter 3
Verbal and Visual Rhetoric: Lexicon and Grammar
3.1 The Rhetoric of Parental Love
3.2 The Rhetoric of Crime and Punishment
3.3 The Rhetoric of Social Structure: the Powerful and the Rejected
3.4 The Rhetoric of Pain and Memory
3.5 The Rhetoric of Mourning and Glory
Chapter 4
The Outward Gaze: Effective Audience Engagement
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Mazzon, Gabriella Pathos in Late-Medieval Religious Drama and Art
ISBN:
9789004355583
9789004355569
OCLC:
1043913668