By Harold Guskin
Con una introducción del actor Kevin Kline presentamos los angeles pedagogía teatral de un detractor del método Stanislavski, Harold Guskin, teacher ahora de l. a. nueva generación de actores norteamericanos. Un título eminentemente práctico en el que se intercalan las experiencias de las grandes estrellas en su aprendizaje con las lecciones del autor. Imprescindible para todo aquél que se forme en los angeles artes escénicas.
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It comes across more explicitly in his more theoretical writing about history and literature. This seems to me - and I think it seemed to Williams - one of the great problems about some of the more recent cultural 'materialist' 36 Raymond Williams Now and textualist approaches to history, notably those influenced by developments in the wake of French structuralism: the danger of collapsing importantly distinctive areas of discourse into one another. I think the greatest dangers arise in respect of history.
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