Creativity in the theater; a psychoanalytic study.


New York, Basic Books [1965] .

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Subjects Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Creativeness.
Drama.
Psychoanalytic Theory.
Theater.
Writing.
Description x, 275 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-265).
Also issued online.
Contents Introduction: A psychoanalytic approach to problems of creativity in the theater -- part 1. The psychological equipment and development of the artist in modern theater: The actor -- The dramatist -- The director -- The critic -- The psychobiographical approach to creativity in the theater -- part 2. The actor's psychobiography: some predeterminants of creative success and failure: Stanislavski: fame and success -- John Wilkes Booth: failure and fame -- part 3. The dramatist's psychobiography and his plays: O'Neill's conscious and unconscious autobiographical dramas -- Shaw's childhood and Pygmalion -- part 4. The created characters and their psychoanalytic value: A trio of Tennessee Williams' heroines: the psychology of prostitution -- Sophocles' Antigone: the psychology of the old maid -- O'Neill's Electra: the psychology of mourning -- part 5. A psychoanalytic view of the crises in creativity in modern theater: The crisis in creative criticism: homespun versus dynamic psychology -- The crisis in creative acting: the Stanislavski method versus representational acting -- The crisis in creative playwrighting: author versus analyst -art versus portraiture -- Psychoanalysis and theater: past, present, and present-future.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)331714
(OCoLC)ocm00331714
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