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Aspects of Puppet Theatre (2nd Edition)

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Henryk Jurkowski's seminal 1988 text, Aspects of Puppet Theatre, was groundbreaking in its analysis of puppetry as a performing art. This new edition of a classic brings the original text back to life, including four...

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Henryk Jurkowski's seminal 1988 text, Aspects of Puppet Theatre, was groundbreaking in its analysis of puppetry as a performing art. This new edition of a classic brings the original text back to life, including four additional essays and a new introduction, edited and translated by leading puppetry scholar Penny Francis.

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Puppetry, object and figure animation is a major global aspect of all performing arts

New edition contains four additional essays and a new introduction, making the book more valuable than ever before to students, researchers and practitioners of the subject

Both author, Henryk Jurkowski, and editor, Penny Francis, are internationally recognised experts in the field

Foreword
1. Literary Views on Puppet Theatre
2. Towards a Theatre of Objects
3. Between Literature and Plastic Art
4. The Language of the Puppet Theatre
5. The Sign Systems of Puppetry
6. Puppets and the Power of the State
7. Eroticism and Puppetry
8. The Human Among Things and Objects
9. Craig and Puppets
10. Among Priests, Deities and Shamans
11. The Acting Puppet as a Figure of Speech
Index.

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HENRYK JURKOWSKI is Professor of Theatre at Warsaw University, Poland. Throughout his distinguished career, he been Guest Professor at the Ecole Superieure Nationale des Arts de la Marionnette, France, Instituto del Teatro, Spain, London Central School of Speech and Drama, Akademie der Darstellende Kunst, Germany, Akademie Muzickych Umeni, Prague, Teatralnyi Institute, Italy and Art Institute of Chicago, USA. He is Expert Editor of the World Encyclopaedia of Contemporary Theatre and author of History of the European Puppet Theatre, Volumes 1 and 2.

PENNY FRANCIS is Honorary Fellow of the Central School of Speech and Drama, London, where she is Lecturer in Puppetry.She is co-founder of the Puppet Centre Trust,...

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HENRYK JURKOWSKI is Professor of Theatre at Warsaw University, Poland. Throughout his distinguished career, he been Guest Professor at the Ecole Superieure Nationale des Arts de la Marionnette, France, Instituto del Teatro, Spain, London Central School of Speech and Drama, Akademie der Darstellende Kunst, Germany, Akademie Muzickych Umeni, Prague, Teatralnyi Institute, Italy and Art Institute of Chicago, USA. He is Expert Editor of the World Encyclopaedia of Contemporary Theatre and author of History of the European Puppet Theatre, Volumes 1 and 2.

PENNY FRANCIS is Honorary Fellow of the Central School of Speech and Drama, London, where she is Lecturer in Puppetry.She is co-founder of the Puppet Centre Trust, the national development agency for the art form, and was awarded the MBE for services to puppetry in 1998. She is the author of Puppetry: A Reader in Theatre Practice.

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