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Music and manners in the classical period; essays

By: Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923

...iCM MUSIC AND MANNERS IN THE CLASSICAL PERIOD MUSIC AND MANNERS IN THE CLASSICAL PERIOD ESSAYS BY HEN... ...t as to what proportion of her success was due to her lovely face and arch acting and what to her voice and singing I shall not express an opinion. Br... ... as " the stately nonagenarian, whose white locks so richly ornamented his classical front and his grace- ful and elegant person." Mr. Tuckerman, who ... ...ed a new and special value of late years from the fact that investigators, acting on a hint thrown out by Thayer, have at last identified the Countess... ...Liszt was the soul of its operatic department. During the first period the classical German drama was wrought into its perfect form ; verse tri- umphe... ...meridian of its effulgence, expended his wonderful powers in behalf of the classical masters and the gospel of the neo-romantic art. Toward Weimar the... ...New York. ML 60 K85M8 Krehbiel, Henry Edward Music and manners in the classical period Music PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE CARDS OR SUPS FROM THIS POCKET ...

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Acting Shakespeare

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... English Acting Shakespeare is a one-man show of Shakespearean monologues interspers... ...lly rave reviews with some calling him "The new Olivier" and "The greatest classical actor of our generation". The most recent performance was in Jers... ...using, as well as stage roles, his now ever increasing film roles. As with Acting Shakespeare he toured around England, Europe and America to great ac... ...anecdotes. External links Acting Shakespeare at the Internet Broadway Database ... ...ing Shakespeare at the Internet Broadway Database Acting Shakespeare at the Internet Movie Database ... ...play stubs Acting Shakespeare ... ...lly rave reviews with some calling him "The new Olivier" and "The greatest classical actor of our generation". The most recent performance was in Jers...

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Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature

By: August Wilhelm Von Schlegel

... of True Criticism--Difference of Taste between the Ancients and Moderns--Classical and Romantic Poetry and Art--Division of Dramatic Literature; th... ...nkelmann. LECTURE IV. Structure of the Stage among the Greeks--Their Acting--Use of Masks--False comparison of Ancient Tragedy to the Opera--Tr... ...d both an intelligent and comprehensive study of this difficult branch of classical archaeology. At Gottingen he lived in the closest intimacy wit... ... of True Criticism--Difference of Taste between the Ancients and Moderns--Classical and Romantic Poetry and Art--Division of Dramatic Literature; th... ...ffusion of the Grecian language (for the Latin never became extinct); the classical authors were brought to light, and rendered universally accessib... ...e to the peculiar spirit of modern art, as contrasted with the antique or classical, the name of romantic. The term is certainly not inappropriate; ... ...rt. LECTURE IV. Structure of the Stage among the Greeks--Their Acting--Use of Masks--False comparison of Ancient Tragedy to the Opera--Tr... ...his subjoined plan extremely incorrect; where he attempts to describe the acting of a play, the Antigone or the Ajax, for instance, he goes altogeth... ..., it is true, speaks of the expression, the softness, and delicacy of the acting of Roscius, in the same terms that a modern critic would apply to G...

...ir of the Life of Augustus William Schlegel. LECTURE I. Introduction--Spirit of True Criticism--Difference of Taste between the Ancients and Moderns--Classical and Romantic Poetry and Art--Division of Dramatic Literature; the Ancients, their Imitators, and the Romantic Poets. LECTURE II. Definition of the Drama--View of the Theatres of all Nations--Theatrical Effect--Impor...

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Method acting

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...In the dramatic arts, method acting is a group of techniques actors use to create in themselves the thou... ... same approach, the "Method" refers to the method of teaching the craft of acting, which was created by Constantin Stanislavski in order to teach conc... ...which was created by Constantin Stanislavski in order to teach concepts of acting to his students. Later, Stanislavski's method of teaching acting was... ...ices including sense memory and affective memory. Stanislavski's system of acting was the foundation of Strasberg's technique. Rigorous adherents of S... ...thod" refers to Stanislavski's original system. Method acting has been described as having "revolutionized American theater". Whil... ...ting has been described as having "revolutionized American theater". While classical acting instruction "had focused on developing external talents", ...

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The Doctors Dilemma

By: George Bernard Shaw

...t File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those... ...ctor’s consulting-room. He devils for the doctor by answering his letters, acting as his domestic laboratory assistant, and making himself indis- pens... ...lly behaving like a scoundrel. And he may do great harm when he is morally acting on the highest prin- ciples. But that does not affect the fundamenta...

...Excerpt: He devils for the doctor by answering his letters, acting as his domestic laboratory assistant, and making himself indispensable generally, in return for unspecified advantages involved by intimate intercourse with a leader of his profession, and amounting to an informal appr...

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The Acting Company

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... Loath to see his first class of actors disbanded, he founded the Group 1 Acting Company in New York City to make use of their talents. The group ... ...rrently producing and touring in association with the Guthrie Theater. The Acting Company has performed over 130 plays for over 3 million people in 48... ...aged communities and promotes theater via a touring company that showcases classical productions and new talent. Official site The Acting Company ha... ...y that showcases classical productions and new talent. Official site The Acting Company has been honored with the Obie Award, the Los Angeles Dram...

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The Father

By: August Strindberg

...eir claim to a permanent place, not only in dramatic literature, but, as acting plays. "The Stronger," than which no better example of Strindberg... ...onths of no advancement he found courage to ask to be heard in one of the classical roles he had been studying. The director, tired from a long re... ...What do you say to that, Kristin? KRISTIN. Oh, didn't I say she's been acting queer lately? But isn't it my turn to dance now? JEAN. You are n...

...g?s high water mark in dramatic technique and have successfully maintained their claim to a permanent place, not only in dramatic literature, but, as acting plays....

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Sanford Meisner

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..., 1905 – February 2, 1997), also known as Sandy, was an American actor and acting teacher who developed a form of Method acting (based on the '... ...ng bolts of fabric was to entertain himself by replaying, in his mind, all the classical piano pieces he had studied in music school. Meisner believed... ...ped him develop an acute sense of sound, akin to perfect pitch . Later, as an acting teacher, he often evaluated his students' scene work with his ey... ...sely to his students' work and to pinpoint the true and false moments in their acting. After graduation from high school, Meisner pursued acting prof... ...Knew What They Wanted. The experience deeply affected him and he realized that acting was what he had been looking for in life. He and Strasberg both ... ...eater Despite his parents' misgivings, Meisner continued to pursue a career in acting, receiving a scholarship to study at the Theatre Guild of Actin...

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Autobiography

By: George Iles

...ents JOSEPH JEFFERSON How I came to play "Rip Van Winkle." The art of acting. Preparation and inspiration. Should an actor "feel" his part? Le... ... Irving." SIR HENRY IRVING The stage as an instructor. Inspiration in acting. Acting as an art: how Irving began. Feeling as a reality or a sem... ...ing of the actor. Requirements for the stage. Temptations of the stage. Acting is a great art. Relations to "society." The final school is the au... ...n and the Actor. All men are actors. Napoleon as an actor. The gift for acting is rare. The creation of a character. Copy life! Self criticism. ... ...t appearance. A father's advice. How Salvini studied his art. Faults in acting. The desire to excel in everything. A model for Othello. First vi... ...l the stages of Europe. Actors who devote themselves to tragedy, whether classical romantic, or historical, no longer exist. Society-comedy has ove...

...Contents JOSEPH JEFFERSON How I came to play Rip Van Winkle. The art of acting. Preparation and inspiration. Should an actor feel his part? Learning to act. Playwrights and actors. The Jefferson face....

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Classical group

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... Classical groups ... ... Classical ... ... In mathematics, the classical groups are defined as t... ...quilinear forms defined on real, complex and quaternionic finite-dimensional vector spaces.[2] Of these, the complex classical Lie groups are four inf... ...of Lie groups that together with the exceptional groups exhaust the classification of simple Lie groups. The compact classical groups are compact real... ...t, rather than leaving it fixed. The subscript n usually indicates the dimension of the module on which the group is acting; it is a vector space if R...

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Relativity : The Special and General Theory

By: Albert Einstein

...trical Propositions 02. The System of Co−ordinates 03. Space and Time in Classical Mechanics 04. The Galileian System of Co−ordinates 05. The Prin... ...stricted Sense) 06. The Theorem of the Addition of Velocities employed in Classical Mechanics 07. The Apparent Incompatability of the Law of Propaga... ...neral Postulate of Relativity 21. In What Respects are the Foundations of Classical Mechanics and of the Special Theory of Relativity Unsatisfactory?... ... of the convention of two marks on a rigid body. Next: Space and Time in Classical Mechanics Notes 1) Here we have assumed that there is nothing l... ...n: Relativity Part I: The Special Theory of Relativity Space and Time in Classical Mechanics The purpose of mechanics is to describe how bodies cha... ...e general principle of relativity he is justified in doing this. The force acting on himself, and in fact on all other bodies which are at rest relati...

...rt I: The Special Theory of Relativity: // 01. Physical Meaning of Geometrical Propositions // 02. The System of Coordinates // 03. Space and Time in Classical Mechanics // 04. The Galilean System of Coordinates // 05. The Principle of Relativity (in the Restricted Sense) // 06. The Theorem of the Addition of Velocities employed in Classical Mechanics // 07. The Apparent I...

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Stella Adler Studio of Acting

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... Stella Adler Studio of Acting[1] (formerly Stella Adler Conservatory) is an acting school in New York founded by the actress and teacher ... ... 1 History 2 The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, New York 3 The Stella ... ... Studio of Acting, New York 3 The Stella Adler Academy of Acting & Theatre 4 Notable... ... created the Stella Adler Theatre Studio, later renamed the Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting and more recently the Stella Adler Studio of Acting,[3... ...atory of Acting and more recently the Stella Adler Studio of Acting,[3] where she taught acting for many decades,[5] and in 1985 she opened the Stella... ...l-time, part-time and summer programs and also presents lectures, poetry readings, jazz, classical music, theater, and dance theater events. In additi...

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A Defence of Poetry : An Essay

By: Percy Bysshe Shelley

... borne by one thought to another, however produced, and the latter, as mind acting upon those thoughts so as to color them with its own light, and c... ...t of moral good is the imagination; and poetry administers to the effect by acting upon the cause. Poetry enlarges the circumference of the imaginat... ..., in common with his auditors, are infected. Hence what has been called the classical and domestic drama. Addison's "Cato" is a specimen of the one;...

...gination, the former may be considered as mind contemplating the relations borne by one thought to another, however produced, and the latter, as mind acting upon those thoughts so as to color them with its own light, and composing from them, as from elements, other thoughts, each containing within itself the principle of its own integrity. The one is the ro noielv, or the ...

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Robert Cohen (acting theorist)

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...re Trevor Professor of Drama. Cohen is an accomplished director, scholar, drama critic, and theorist, and his approach to stage acting, which employs ... ...acting, which employs a system he refers to as "GOTE," has been acknowledged as one of the most widely used approaches to stage acting in use today.[3... ...Los Angeles, for the premiere of Machiavelli: The Art of Terror, August, 2006. Cohen has directed twelve classical productions ... ... Robert Cohen's Theatre As a writer, Cohen published the leading theatre texts, Acting One, Acting Two... ...en published the leading theatre texts, Acting One, Acting Two, Acting Power, Acting Professionally: Raw Facts about Careers in Acting, and his latest... ...e been translated into Hungarian, Romanian, Finnish Estonian, Chinese and Korean. His texts explain and demonstrate a system of acting and theatre ana...

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A Defense of Poetry : An Essay

By: Percy Bysshe Shelley

...borne by one thought to another, however produced, and the latter, as mind acting upon those thoughts so as to color them with its own light, and comp... ... of moral good is the imagination; and poetry administers to the effect by acting upon the cause. Poetry enlarges the circumference of the imagination... ... in common with his auditors, are infected. Hence what has been called the classical and domestic drama. Addison's "Cato" is a specimen of the one; an...

...gination, the former may be considered as mind contemplating the relations borne by one thought to another, however produced, and the latter, as mind acting upon those thoughts so as to color them with its own light, and composing from them, as from elements, other thoughts, each containing within itself the principle of its own integrity. The one is the ro noielv, or the ...

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Classical mechanics

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...leration (force) vectors. In physics, classical mechanics and quantum mechanics are the two major sub-fields of m... ...mechanics and quantum mechanics are the two major sub-fields of mechanics. Classical mechanics is concerned with the set of physical laws describing t... ...tem of forces. The study of the motion of bodies is an ancient one, making classical mechanics one of the oldest and largest subjects in science, engi... ...ology. It is also widely known as Newtonian mechanics. Classical mechanics describes the motion of macroscopic objects, from proje... ...subject deal with solids, liquids and gases and other specific sub-topics. Classical mechanics also provides extremely accurate results as long as the... ...hbf{F} = m \mathbf{a} \, . So long as the force acting on a particle is known, Newton's second law is sufficient to describ... ...scribe the motion of a particle. Once independent relations for each force acting on a particle are available, they can be substituted into Newton's s... ... As an example, assume that friction is the only force acting on the particle, and that it may be modeled as a function of the vel... ...In addition, Newton's third law can sometimes be used to deduce the forces acting on a particle: if it is known that particle A exerts a force F on an...

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The Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore

By: Thomas Moore

...r, a man of more than average literary culture. He encouraged a taste for acting among the boys: and Moore, naturally intelligent and lively, became... ... The few who know the rare delight Of reading Grammont every day, And acting Grammont every night. THE DEVIL AMONG THE SCHOLARS, ... ...ces of Chilminar and Balbec are supposed to have been built by the Genii, acting under the orders of Jan ben Jan, who governed the world long before... ...s realm unblest, Whether Old Nick or Colburn puffs the best. [1] The classical term for money. [2] Rosa Matilda, who was for many years the w... ... at that memorable crisis when a distinguished duke, then Prime Minister, acting under the inspirations of Sir Claudius Hunter, and other City worth... ...Sylvan Pan, as Poet's dream, Drove four young panthers in his team. Thus classical Lefroy, for once, is, Thus, studious of a like turn-out, He h... ... A supper on prawns with that rogue, little Sophy. Having dwelt on such classical musings awhile, I set off by a steam-boat for this happy isle, ... ...ION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. Sir--A well-known classical traveller, while employed in exploring, some time since, the... ...at infidel BONEY;) And, tho' one little Neddy we saw in our drive Out of classical Nampont, the beast was alive! By the by, tho' at Calais, Pap...

... his schooling from Mr. Samuel Whyte, who had been Sheridan?s first preceptor, a man of more than average literary culture. He encouraged a taste for acting among the boys: and Moore, naturally intelligent and lively, became a favorite with his master, and a leader in the dramatic recreations....

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Classical music in Scotland

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...entieth centuries, in the opera Thaïs Classical music in Scotland is all art music in the Western European classi... ...gely composed of "Scottish airs", developed in the seventeenth century and classical instruments were introduced to the country. Music in Edinburgh pr... ...es including the merchant Sir John Clerk of Penicuik. The Italian style of classical music was probably first brought to Scotland by the cellist and c... ...pital in this period and there are several known Scottish composers in the classical style, including Thomas Erskine, 6th Earl of Kellie, the first Sc... ...lection of Original Scottish Airs, which adapted Scottish folk songs with "classical" arrangements. However, Burns' championing of Scottish music may ... ...e mid-eighteenth century there were several Italians resident in Scotland, acting as composers and performers. These included Nicolò Pasquali, Giusto ... ...e mid-eighteenth century there were several Italians resident in Scotland, acting as composers and performers. These included Nicolò Pasquali, Giusto ...

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The Shih King

By: James Legge

.... THE NAME AND CONTENTS OF THE CLASSIC. 1. Among the Chinese classical books next after the Shû in point of antiquity comes the Shih or... ... The writer of the Records of the Sui Dynasty. In the History of the Classical Books in the Records of the Sui Dynasty (A.D.589 to 618), it is ... ...e fires of Khin. 2. The Shih shared in the calamity which all the other classical works, excepting the Yî, suffered, when the tyrant of Khin issue... ...of this theory may be found in the Shû, in the Canon of Shun; but the one classical passage which is appealed to in support of it is in the Record o... ...ession of her place [1]. This Hwang-fû Will not acknowledge that he is acting. out of season. But why does he call us to move, Without coming and...

Among the Chinese classical books next after the Shu in point of antiquity comes the Shih or Book of Poetry. The meaning of the character Shih.

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Classical central-force problem

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...unctions. The solution of this problem is important to classical physics, since many naturally occurring forces are central. Examp... ...y. The problem is also important because some more complicated problems in classical physics (such as the two-body problem with forces along the line ... ...ular motion 1.5 Relation to the classical two-body problem ... ... An attractive central force acting on a body at position P (shown in red). By definition, a central for... ...circle of radius r at speed v forever. Relation to the classical two-body problem ... ...e planet Mercury. Any classical two-body problem to be converted into an equivalent one-body prob... ...related by the equation φ2(t) = k φ1(t). Newton showed that the force acting on the second particle equals the force F1(r) acting on the first pa... ...ng particle sweeps out equal areas in equal times if and only if the force acting on it at the point B is a central force. Here, the triangle OAB has ... ...ssumed to act instantaneously at each new position; for example, the force acting on the particle at point B instantly changes the velocity from vAB t...

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The Eleven Comedies

By: Aristophanes

...y antecedent to connection. Mana not necessarily a case of relics. Self-acting weapons frequent in Medieval Romance. Sir J. G. Frazer's theory ho... ... in Fertility Ritual. Its importance and antiquity. The Rig-Veda poem. Classical evidence, Mr F. Cornford. Traces of Medicine Man in the Grail r... ...necessarily a relic; Medieval romance supplies numerous instances of self-acting weapons whose virtue in no wise depends upon their previous owner, ... ... service to the study of Comparative Religion by linking the practices of Classical and Medieval times with the Folk-customs of to-day, we recognize... ...our own day. The ultimate, and what we may in a general sense term the classical, form in which this sense of the community of the Life principle... ...with that we can now ascribe to the cult of Tammuz. In its fully evolved classical form the cult of Adonis offers, as it were, a halfway house, bet... ...hat their mise-en-scene provides a striking series of parallels with the Classical celebrations, parallels, which instead of vanishing, as parallel... ... known part of the 'Fertility' ritual; it is a case of sympathetic magic, acting as a rain charm. CHAPTER V [1] Ancient Greek Religion, and...

...ture. Relation between defunct heroes and special localities. Sanctity possibly antecedent to connection. Mana not necessarily a case of relics. Self-acting weapons frequent in Medieval Romance. Sir J. G. Frazer's theory holds good. Remarks on method and design of present Studies....

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Indian classical dance

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... Kuchipudi, a classical dance of Andhra Pradesh ... ...origin in the Sattras of Assam Indian classical dance is an umbrella term for various codified art forms rooted i... ... Definitions Indian classical dances are: Dances are performed in... ... Dances performed in royal courts to the accompaniment of classical music are called Carnatakam. In the most essential sense, a Hindu... ...ntended to be pleasing to the senses. The term "classical" (Sanskrit: "Shastriya") was introduced by Sangeet Natak Akademi ... ...never been limited to dancing and also includes singing and abhinaya (mime acting). These features are common to all Indian classical styles of dance....

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Style

By: Sir Walter Raleigh

... speaking of architecture and sculpture, painting and music, dancing, play−acting, and cricket, that we can apply it to the careful achievements of... ...beginning of time, was never guilty of tautology. This is the error of the classical creed, to imagine that in a fleeting world, where the quickest... ...e classed most of those allusions to the world's literature, especially to classical and Scriptural lore, which have played so considerable, yet on...

...le range of the activities of man. The fact that we use the word ?style? in speaking of architecture and sculpture, painting and music, dancing, play?acting, and cricket, that we can apply it to the careful achievements of the housebreaker and the poisoner, and to the spontaneous animal movements of the limbs of man or beast, is the noblest of unconscious tributes to the f...

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Koopman–von Neumann classical mechanics

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...The Koopman–von Neumann mechanics is a description of classical mechanics in terms of Hilbert space, introduced by Bernard Koopma... ... space of complex, square integrable wavefunctions can be defined in which classical mechanics can be formulated as an operatorial theory similar to q... ... Koopman and André Weil independently observed that the phase space of the classical system can be converted into a Hilbert space by postulating a nat... ... Koopman and von Neumann (KvN), dynamics in phase space is described by a (classical) probability density, recovered from an underlying wavefunction –... ...framework, observables are represented by commuting self-adjoint operators acting on the Hilbert space of KvN wavefunctions. The commutativity physica... ...stulated to evolve according to exactly the same Liouville equation as the classical probability density. From this postulate it can be shown that ind... ...lex Hilbert space, and the observables are given by self-adjoint operators acting on that space, (ii) the expectation value of an observable is obtain... ...framework, observables are represented by commuting self-adjoint operators acting on the Hilbert space of KvN wavefunctions. The commutativity physica... ...lex Hilbert space, and the observables are given by self-adjoint operators acting on that space, (ii) the expectation value of an observable is obtain...

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The Father

By: August Strindberg

...d their claim to a permanent place, not only in dramatic literature, but, as acting plays. “The Stronger,” than which no better example of Strindberg'... ...o months of no advancement he found courage to ask to be heard in one of the classical roles he had been studying. The director, tired from a long reh...

...g?s high water mark in dramatic technique and have successfully maintained their claim to a permanent place, not only in dramatic literature, but, as acting plays. ?The Stronger,? than which no better example of Strindberg?s uncanny power for analysis of the female mind exists, while essentially a chamber play, is from time to time presented at the theatre, and affords a s...

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Glossary of classical physics

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...This article is a glossary of classical physics. It is some of the most common terms in classical physics... ...r dynamical systems, such as the Butterfly effect Classical mechanics – a set of laws describing the motion of bodies and the... ... Coulomb's Law – the force of attraction or repulsion acting between charged bodies Crystal – a regular ... ...nt D Determinism – classical physics is largely deterministic Dip (δ)... ... Lagrangian mechanics – an abstract reformulation of classical mechanics Light – a form of energy, whic... ...87 Newtonian mechanics – the first formulation of classical mechanics O ...

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Tis Sixthy Years Since

By: Charles Francis Adams

... life ends, and what may in contradistinction thereto be termed thinking and acting life begins, the day the young man passes the threshold of the ins... ...statement from a paper I recently chanced upon in the issue of the sober and classical Edinburgh Review for October last,—a paper entitled “Democracy ...

... the year 1853??sixty years since!? It may fairly be asserted that school life ends, and what may in contradistinction thereto be termed thinking and acting life begins, the day the young man passes the threshold of the institution of more advanced education. For him, life?s responsibilities then begin. Prior to that confused, thenceforth things with him become consecutive...

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Women in post-classical warfare

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... Ancient ... ... Feminism portal ... ... Bulgaria in 971. When the Varangians were defeated in the siege of Dorostolon, the victors were stunned to discover shieldmaidens among the fallen wa... ...her antagonists. 1326: Isabella of France invades England with Roger de Mortimer, and overthrows Edward II of England, replac...

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A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion

By: William Dobein James

...d these events; but Major WEMYSS burnt all my stock of paper, and my little classical library, in my father's house; and, for two years and a half a... ...lent partisan officer." We come now to that part of Marion's life, where, acting in a more conspicuous situation, things are known of him, with mo... ... and had thus preserved the independence of his country. The American army acting in the country, would have kept up the spirits of the militia, an... ...rs, his humanity is undoubted. On the 18th of April, Col. William Harden, acting under the orders of Marion, took the British fort at Pocotaligo, ... ...was early intended for the bar, and having gone through the usual course of classical and other preparatory studies, he commenced the practice with ... ...e detained one of our officers,* sent out with a flag of truce to you, and acting under its sanction; this is indeed an infraction of the laws of n...

...I felt an early inclination to record these events; but Major WEMYSS burnt all my stock of paper, and my little classical library, in my father?s house; and, for two years and a half afterwards, I had not the common implements of writing or of reading. Th...

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Unilineal evolution

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...Unilineal evolution (also referred to as classical social evolution ) is a 19th-century social theory about the e... ...t how society was organized. Eventually, in the 19th century, three great classical theories of social and historical change were created: the social... ...could discover the Laws of history . Birth and Development of Unilineal Classical Social Evolutionism While social evolutionists agree that the ... ...nists agree that the evolution-like process leads to the social progress, classical social evolutionists have developed many different theories, know... ...rture from traditional religious views of "primitive" cultures. The term "Classical Social Evolutionism" is most closely associated with the 19th-cen... ...rational society, dominated by traditions and laws and are restricted from acting as they wish. He also notes that there is a tendency of standardiza...

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The Columbiad

By: Joel Barlow

...it seems proper to offer some observations explanatory of its design. The classical reader will perceive the obstacles which necessarily presented t... ...ined to the prison and the mount of vision. But these circumstances of classical regularity are of little consideration in estimating the real me... ...g equally respectable with those that have brought us acquainted with the classical and venerable names of Lycurgus, Romulus, Numa and Cyrus, we may... ...would be of any use in directing that of others. He is doubtless the most classical painter, except Raphael, whose works are known to us. The crit... ...mant and indifferent kind, especially among those that become general and classical among the nations. The activity of such, tho imperceptible, is... ...They get wrought into our intellectual existence, and govern our modes of acting as well as thinking. The interest of society therefore requires tha...

...In preparing this work for publication it seems proper to offer some observations explanatory of its design. The classical reader will perceive the obstacles which necessarily presented themselves in reconciling the nature of the subject with such a manner of treating it as should appear the most poetical, and at the same time the most ...

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Tensor

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...d{align} whose columns are the stresses (forces per unit area) acting on the e1, e2, and e3 faces of the cube. ... ...bsp; ^ Marion, J.B.; Thornton, S.T. (1995). Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems (4th ed.). Saunders College Pub...

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The Columbiad

By: Joel Barlow

...it seems proper to offer some observations explanatory of its design. The classical reader will perceive the obstacles which necessarily presented t... ...ined to the prison and the mount of vision. But these circumstances of classical regularity are of little consideration in estimating the real me... ...g equally respectable with those that have brought us acquainted with the classical and venerable names of Lycurgus, Romulus, Numa and Cyrus, we may... ...would be of any use in directing that of others. He is doubtless the most classical painter, except Raphael, whose works are known to us. The crit... ...mant and indifferent kind, especially among those that become general and classical among the nations. The activity of such, tho imperceptible, is... ...They get wrought into our intellectual existence, and govern our modes of acting as well as thinking. The interest of society therefore requires tha...

...In preparing this work for publication it seems proper to offer some observations explanatory of its design. The classical reader will perceive the obstacles which necessarily presented themselves in reconciling the nature of the subject with such a manner of treating it as should appear the most poetical, and at the same time the most ...

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Boolean algebra

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...ification.[8] Logic sentences that can be expressed in classical propositional calculus have an equivalent expression in Boolean a... ...rm a group under function composition, isomorphic to the Klein four-group, acting on the set of Boolean polynomials.[14] Diagramma... ...y computing the value of the Boolean term corresponding to the formula. In classical semantics, only the two-element Boolean algebra is used, while in... ...nts. Naive set theory interprets Boolean operations as acting on subsets of a given set X. As we saw earlier this behavior exactly... ... Classical ... ...ification.[8] Logic sentences that can be expressed in classical propositional calculus have an equivalent expression in Boolean a... ...rm a group under function composition, isomorphic to the Klein four-group, acting on the set of Boolean polynomials.[14] Diagramma... ...y computing the value of the Boolean term corresponding to the formula. In classical semantics, only the two-element Boolean algebra is used, while in... ...nts. Naive set theory interprets Boolean operations as acting on subsets of a given set X. As we saw earlier this behavior exactly...

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The Unwilling Vestal

By: Edward Lucas White

...y reader against it. There exists a popular delusion that fiction with a classical setting is bound to be dull and lumbering, that it is impossible... ...bracer." After she had emptied her glass, she burst out: "If Almo is acting as villicus of an estate near Fregellae he must be living with some... ...r and could not endure a woman about him. Egnatius humored him and he is acting villicus without any villica. The wife of the assistant overseer do...

...The title of this romance is likely to prejudice any reader against it. There exists a popular delusion that fiction with a classical setting is bound to be dull and lumbering, that it is impossible for it to possess that quality of bravura slangily denominated ?punch.? Anybody will be disabused of that notion upon reading this story....

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Euclidean vector

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...t role in physics: velocity and acceleration of a moving object and forces acting on it are all described by vectors. Many other physical quantities c...

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My Old Students

By: Andrew Dickson White

...on thus obtained. General education outside the school. Removal to a ``classical school''; a catastrophe. James W. Hoyt and his influence. My e... ...ol''; a catastrophe. James W. Hoyt and his influence. My early love for classical studies. Discovery of Scott's novels. ``The Gallery of British... ...or so many divisions, sprinkled over the whole region the contents of his classical dictionary. Thus it was that there fell to a beautiful valley ... ... among its teachers, and, as I was to go to college, I was removed to a ``classical school.'' This school was not at first very successful. Its te... ...ung, not yet through his senior year in Union College, and his methods in classical teaching were imperfect. He loved his classics and taught his ... ... and especially the crime of murder. It was in view of this fact that, acting on the advice of an old and able judge whose experience in criminal... ...s a very gifted young writer, an old schoolmate and friend of mine, who, acting under instructions from the managers of the paper, took a very bitt... ... many women jumping up and down, dishevelled and hysterical, and some men acting in much the same way. It was absolutely unworthy of a convention ... ... main personages in it being my private secretary, Professor Crane, since acting president of Cornell University, and sundry of the more important m...

...emy. Joseph Allen and Professor Root; their influence; moral side of the education thus obtained. General education outside the school. Removal to a ?classical school;? a catastrophe. James W. Hoyt and his influence. My early love for classical studies. Discovery of Scott?s novels. ?The Gallery of British Artists.? Effect of sundry conventions, public meetings, and lecture...

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Vyacheslav Kuznetsov

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... Vyacheslav Nikolayevich Kuznetsov (born 1947), Belarusian politician who served as Acting Chairman of the Supreme Soviet in 1994 ... ...in 1994 Vyacheslav Kuznetsov (composer) (born 1955), Belarusian classical music composer Vyacheslav ...

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Bacon Is Shake’Speare

By: Sir Edwin Durninglawrence

...re the marvellous plays are studied, the more wonderful they are seen to be. Classical scholars are amazed at the prodigious amount of knowledge of cl... ...rmany but throughout the world has been for many years concentrated upon the classical characters portrayed in the plays, and the adverse criticism of... ... the plays in the presentation of the historical characters of bygone times; classical authority being found for nearly every word put into their mout... ...e ought to read right across the page as if the dividing line did not exist. Acting on this principle we perceive that George Wither [Withers] is corr... ...ly pointed out, they evince the ripest scholarship. And this is confirmed by classical scholars all the world over. None but the profoundest lawyers c... ...ne nati.” Other pedants have declared that natus is properly, i.e., classically, said of the mother only, although in low Latin, ...

...Excerpt: Classical scholars are amazed at the prodigious amount of knowledge of classical lore which they display. Lawyers declare that their author must take rank among the greatest of lawyers, and must have been learned not only in ...

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Dearman

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...fer to: Glyn Dearman (1939–1997), former child actor whose acting career spanned almost two decades ... ...oach, editor and astrologist John Dearman, Grammy Award-winning classical guitarist Louise Dearman, ...

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