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Author:
Fiona Macintosh
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978-0199548101
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Oxford University Press; 1 edition (October 21, 2010)
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In 2008 she was made Reader in Greek and Roman Drama

In 2008 she was made Reader in Greek and Roman Drama. She is currently Supernumerary Fellow of St Hilda's College and University Lecturer in the Reception of Greek and Roman Literature. She is author of Dying Acts: Death in Ancient Greek and Modern Irish Tragic Drama (1994; 1995), Greek Tragedy and the British Theatre 1660-1914 (Oxford University Press; 2005), and Sophocles' 'Oedipus Tyrannus' (2009).

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Perhaps the best-known dancer from Greek antiquity is Hippocleides, who was a suitor for the hand of the daughter of Cleisthenes, the tyrant of Sicyon in the sixth century BCE. According to Herodotus, Hippocleides was the most outstanding man in Athens for his wealth and good looks, and Cleisthenes preferred him for his son-in-law because of his courage (or manly virtue, andragathiê) and because he was related to the Cypselidae of Corinth (Histories . 27–8).

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When the eighteenth-century choreographer Jean-Georges Noverre sought to develop what is now known as modern ballet, he turned to ancient pantomime as his source of inspiration; and when Isadora Duncan and her contemporaries looked for alternatives to the strictures of classical ballet, they looked to ancient Greek vases for models for what they termed 'natural' movement. This is the first book to examine systematically the long history of the impact of ideas about ancient Greek and Roman dance on modern theatrical and choreographic practices.

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Автор: Macintosh Fiona Название: Ancient Dancer in the Modern World Издательство: Oxford Academ . This book places America& response to Rome in a historical context, from the Revolutionary era to the present.

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Pots and Plays: Interactions between Tragedy and Greek Vase-painting of the Fourth Century BC", by Oliver Taplin (Getty Publications, 2007).

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When the eighteenth-century choreographer Jean-Georges Noverre sought to develop what is now known as modern ballet, he turned to ancient pantomime as his source of inspiration; and when Isadora Duncan and her contemporaries looked for alternatives to the strictures of classical ballet, they looked to ancient Greek vases for models for what they termed 'natural' movement. This is the first book to examine systematically the long history of the impact of ideas about ancient Greek and Roman dance on modern theatrical and choreographic practices. With contributions from eminent classical scholars, dance historians, theatre specialists, modern literary critics, and art historians, as well as from contemporary practitioners, it offers a very wide conspectus on an under-explored but central aspect of classical reception, dance and theatre history, and the history of ideas.