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期刊名称: New Theatre Quarterly
Volume:14    Issue:4        Page:373-394
ISSN:0266-464X,1474-0613

The art of Manora: An ancient tale of feminine power preserved in south-east Asian theatre期刊论文

作者: Plowright Poh Sim

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页码: 373-394
出版者: Cambridge University Press
期刊名称: New Theatre Quarterly
ISSN: 0266-464X,1474-0613
卷期: Volume:14    Issue:4
语言: English
摘要: Examines the relevance of the "birdwoman" folk tale to the lives of the villagers in South Thailand and North Malaysia. Discusses the ritual dramatization of a story which for these villagers represents a crucial renewal of life in their yearly calendara celebration of the magic of feminine magical power. Focuses on the theatrical art form "Manora," which enshrines the "birdwoman" tale, and states that each performance also serves as a shamanic and healing ritual. Describes the magic associated with organization and continuation of "Manora" theatrical troupes. Briefly explores the powerful connection with W.B. Yeats's celebrated "birdwoman" play, "At the Hawk's Well." Includes eight photographs.
相关主题: folk rituals, At the Hawk's Well, Japanese drama, Manora, Chinese drama, 1900-1999, Thailand, Japanese literature, Nakhon Sri Thammarat, drama, Chinese literature, folk drama, Yeats, William Butler, bird woman, Irish literature,

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