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University of Toronto Press- Performing Arts – pages. He also describes the seven domains of methodology he has attempted to cover and combine in his work: Termes et concepts de [‘analyse thealraie. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Your rating has been recorded. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: You already recently rated this item.
Dictionnaire du théâtre
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In his introduction, Pavis outlines the limitations of his dictionary, whose referential corpus is restricted to Western theatre and favours four major areas: Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.
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Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Account Options Sign in. There are many encyclopaedias oftheatre on the market cictionnaire few dictionaries oftheatrical tenns, either in French or in English. Patrice Pavis’s Dictionnaire du thtc’Jtre is different from its predecessors because it is a purely conceptual dictionary of theatre and drama which claims to define dictionnare investigate most ofthe abstract notions underlying any metatheatrical fooos ofctiscourse from Aristotle to Bob Wilson.
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This dictionary is remarkably well integrated, partly because of its excellent system of cross-referencing, but also because it represents the vision and scholarship of a single, recognized authority.