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Title
The influence of dance on poetics, performance, and art (1830-1930)
Type
Text
Subject
Dance--History and criticism--19th century.
Dance--History and criticism--20th century.
Art, Modern--19th century.
Art, Modern--20th century.
Performing arts--History and criticism.
Art, Modern.
Dance.
Performing arts.
1800-1999
Genre Form
Criticism, interpretation, etc. fst01411635 (Source: OCoLC)
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
plates
Classification
DDC: 840.9357 full
LCC: GV1588.3 .B83 2017 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2017938092
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Toward a Kinepoetics of Time and Movement
Invoking Embodied Awareness
Writing Movement's Traces
Kaleidoscopes at the Ball
Nostalgia, Modernity, and Social Dance
Toward a Kinepoetics of the Ball
Balzac's Kaleidoscope at the Ball
Balzacian Transcription of Time's Passage
Revealing Gesture's Power
Ball as a Transformational Site
Chance and the Chassé-Croisé motif
Writing with the `Body's Eyes'
Late-Century Ballet's Poetic Promise
Redefining Fin-de-Siècle Balletic Poetics
Poetic and Aesthetic Renewal at the Eden-Théâtre
Discovering Pure Movement at the Cabaret
Writing Time and Space
- Verlaine and Krysinska
Verlainean Kinepoetics: Present Past in a Garden Dance
Marie Krysinska and the Invitation to Dance
Mallarmé and the Kinepoetics of Rhythmic Sensation
Finding Movement's Emblem
Performing Dance's Traces
Writing and Reading Poetic Prisms: Falling Dice
Kinepoetic Dynamism in the New Century
Dance, Movement Theories, and the Kinepoetic Line
The Ballets Russes
Natural Forms and Modern Dance
Rupture's Primacy
Enacting Pure Movement: Neoclassical and Embodied Lines
Kinepoetic Colette
Embodied Emergence, Valéryan Kinepoetics, and the Time of Dance
Conceptualizing Valéryan Dynamism: Of "CEM" and Rhizomes
CEM, Dance, and Pure Movement
Dialogues, Triptychs, Dance, and Pure Movement
Valéryan Dialogue as Performance
Lines, Spirals, and Triptychs: Structuring Movement's Traces
Toward Pure Movement of Time: Modernism's Stakes.
Authorized Access Point
Braswell, Suzanne Fuller, influence of dance on poetics, performance, and art (1830-1930)