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From ritual to theatre : the human seriousness of play / Victor Turner.

New York City : Performing Arts Journal Publications, [1982] .
ISBN 0933826176, 9780933826175, 9780933826168, 0933826168

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Subjects Antropologia cultural e social.
Arts du spectacle.
Culturele antropologie.
Jeu -- Aspect social.
Performance (aspectos antropológicos)
Rites and ceremonies.
Rites et cérémonies.
Rituel -- Aspect social.
Teatro (sociedade)
Theater and society.
Théâtre -- Aspect social.
Théâtre et société
Uitvoerende kunsten.
Series Performance studies series ; 1st v.
Description 127 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1982]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "How is social action related to aesthetics, and anthropology to theatre? What is the meaning of such concepts as "work," "play, "liminal," and "flow"? In this highly influential book, Turner elaborates on ritual and theatre, persona and individual, role-playing and performing, taking examples from American, European, and African societies for a greater understanding of culture and its symbols."--Back cover.
Contents Liminal to liminoid, in play, flow, ritual: an essay in comparative symbology -- Social dramas and stories about them -- Dramatic ritual/ritual drama: performative and reflexive anthropology -- Acting in everyday life and everyday life in acting.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8364557
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Turner, Victor W. 1920-1983.
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