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Imagining the Antipodes Culture, Theory and the Visual in the Work of Bernard Smith by Peter Beilharz

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Australasian & Pacific history: from c 1900 -,
  • Individual artists,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • Australia,
  • Australia & New Zealand - General,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Art-Individual Artist,
  • History / Australia & Oceania,
  • Smith, Bernard, --1916- --Criticism and inter,
  • Smith, Bernard,--1916- --Criticism and interpretation

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7744403M
ISBN 100521524342
ISBN 109780521524346

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He has published 24 books and papers across five continents. His major works include Imagining the Antipodes () and Sociology – Antipodean Perspectives, with Trevor Hogan (). He has been affiliated with Harvard, Yale and Leeds universities, and in will work at . A play about people telling stories about telling stories. Pulitzer Prize-winner Annie Baker, who The New York Times has called “one of the freshest and most talented dramatists to emerge Off Broadway in the past decade,” returns for the second production of her Signature residency with The Antipodes.   “The Antipodes” is also deeply funny, but it’s naturally funny, and if it’s a satire, it’s an organic one. This playwright doesn’t need to exaggerate to elicit what’s absurd in the. The Antipodes is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy written by Richard Brome c. Many critics have ranked The Antipodes as "his best play Brome's masterpiece," and one of the best Caroline comedies — "gay, imaginative, and spirited ;" "the most sophisticated and ingenious of Brome's satires." Brome's play is "a funhouse mirror" in which the audience members could "view the nature.