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Mary Benson : the problem of defining the "self".
This study investigates the problem of defining Mary Benson as a person and a writer. Her writing spans a range of generic classifications - biography, history, plays, a novel and an autobiography. Yet, all are centred ...
A consideration of the relationship between religious ritual and theatre : with special reference to Hindu forms of worship.
This study seeks to explore the relationship between religious ritual and theatre through an examination of the manner in which the Hindu religion functions. In the Introduction to this thesis, the nature of both religious ...
The Telugu language and its influence on the cultural lives of the Hindu `Pravasandhras' in South Africa.
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The morphology of texture and style in the minuet movements of Haydn's keyboard trios.
Haydn wrote approximately forty-five keyboard Trios between 1760 and 1796. About fifteen of them date from his youth and the rest from the later part of his creative life. This study traces the changes in the Minuet-type ...
The symbolism of death in Arnold van Wyk's Five Elegies : an application of William Kimmel's theory concerning the Phrygian inflection.
Arnold van Wyk (1916 - 1983) frequently referred to the extramusical concepts of the elegiac, and of mournfulness, introspection and death when describing the intended content of his works. The import of these concepts ...
The value of creative drama in the treatment of stuttering.
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