This I Need to Know: The Descent of the Western Literary Tradition

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iUniverse, 2004 - 224 sivua
This I Need To Know is one writer's view of the descent of the western literary tradition. Writers and artists are but the scaffolding upon which our common literary heritage is built. Each of us places a brick in the edifice and then fades away, leaving the structure enriched to the extent of the individual contributions.Appendix I is the author's play Oedipus on 11th Street with a teaching guide that is both entertaining and valuable when teaching Oedipus in the classroom.Appendix II is the author's play Cannibals with teaching guide, based on the trilogy The Oresteia by Aeschylus. The play is an example of the adaptation of a classic Greek drama to the modern theater written in a pseudo-classical style.
 

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Visionaries from Saul of Tarsus to Emanuel Swedenborg
9
Chapter TwoPlay Construction
14
The Song of Solomon
27
The Cambridge Approach
35
George Gordon Lord Byron
48
Syllabic Insertions
54
Chapter SixThe Novel and the Short Story
63
How To Tell Your Story
69
Segue to flashback
73
Chapter NineGetting Published
86
A Teaching Guide
127
Discussion Questions After Reading Scene Two
129
A Teaching Guide
186
About the Author
201
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Van Stee is a member of the Beaufort Repertory Company and director of the Beaufort Writer's organization. He teaches drama and creative writing at the Port Royal Elementary School and a guest lecturer at The College of the Lowcountry.

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