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Pieces; an Anthology

Pieces; an Anthology

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Published by Aesthetic Research Center .
Written in English


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FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11268987M
ISBN 100889850038
ISBN 109780889850033

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Extreme Exposure: An Anthology of Solo Performance Texts from the Twentieth Century, edited by director Jo Bonney, features the work of 42 solo artists spanning the century-from Beatrice Herford in to Dawn Akemi Saito in Each artists' work is introduced by a journalist, artist, critic, agent, producer or educator who is intimately familiar with the material and its links to other. How do I identify an anthology in a database? Look for typical anthology elements in the vendor's citation: A collection (e.g., short stories, essays, primary sources) Words in the book's title like "Reader," "Anthology," or "Critical Companion" An editor of the book (in addition to .

  My third anthology proposal included a piece I wrote specifically for the collection, and it’s one I plan to include. The essay was vital here, as it best conveyed the overall tone of the book, which was less clear-cut in the synopsis than I’d hoped. “This is the most meaningful book to find me in a long time.” —Jennifer Hill-Kaucher, poet, teacher, editor. Contents and Introduction from In Pieces: An Anthology of Fragmentary Writing CONTENTS. Introduction by Olivia Dresher. FELICIA WAYNESBORO Pulled from the Fire. GILES GOODLAND Thought Experiments. MARY AZRAEL High Alert: Fragments.


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