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Choreographic re-embodiment between text and dance

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This chapter explores the aesthetics of the experimental modernist fiction of Joseph Conrad and Samuel Beckett to open up debates about reenactment of dance in the twentieth century. Using the theories of Gabriele Brandstetter and Paul Ricoeur to explore correspondences in dance and literary skepticism about narrative, the discussion shows how both writers interpolate their stories with fleeting passages of gesture or movement phrases that syncopate and undermine the teleological flow of narr...

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University of Oxford
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English Faculty
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St Hilda's College
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Oxford Handbook of Dance and Reenactment
Publication date:
2017-12-01
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827108
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0199314209
ISBN-13:
9780199314201
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2018-06-03

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