Memoir of a Gulag Actress

Memoir of a Gulag Actress is no exception . Tamara Petkevich spent seven years
in different hard - labor camps , first in Kirghizia and then in the Komi Republic .
She worked in the forests , felling trees and sawing lumber . She worked in a ...

Author: Tamara Petkevich

Publisher: Northern Illinois University Press

ISBN: 1501757253

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 495

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The Actress of All Work

( crying ) ' Why then you are a nasty , ugly , little old man . I'll cry myself to death ,
that's what I will , -and when I'm dead , my ghost shall haunt you as Margaret's did
William . ' I will be a actress , 0 ! 0 ! 0 - h ! [ Exit crying , L.H. D. Man . Poor girl !

Author: William Oxberry




Page: 18

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The Actress of Padua

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Author: Richard Penn Smith



Category: American literature


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Mabel the Actress Or The Perils of Illicit Love

She saw at once was now an actress ; she was now in the posithat the king
spoke from his heart in the ex tion so common in occurrence , and so low in
pressions of regret and self - reproach , as well consideration , of an actress
under the ...

Author: Barry St. Leger




Page: 47

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The Actress

The concept of the star imageseems very relevant to the careers of these
actresses, who definitely emergefrom their ... Beauty andglamour are
majoraspects of each actress«s image, andthis beauty is always presented as
entirely natural.

Author: Karen Hollinger

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135205884

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 270

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The Actress: Hollywood Acting and the Female Star investigates the contemporary film actress both as an artist and as an ideological construct. Divided into two sections, The Actress first examines the major issues in studying film acting, stardom, and the Hollywood actress. Combining theories of screen acting and of film stardom, The Actress presents a synthesis of methodologies and offers the student and scholar a new approach to these two subjects of study.

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Features: 120 blank lined white pages Duo sided wide ruled sheets Professionally designed matte cover 6" x 9" dimensions; portable and lightweight size Suitable for taking notes, writing, organizing, goal setting, doodling, drawing, lists, ...

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ISBN: 9781704411972


Page: 122

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Twelve Great Actresses

The few lines of high passion which the part contains , by the power with which
the actress delivered them , made the part , insignificant though it is , the leading
one on that occasion . By looking at the bill I found the name of this actress to be

Author: Edward Robins



Category: Actors

Page: 446

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The Actress Being the Story of Sarah Siddons Showing how She Began as a Strolling Player how Her Stage Lover Won Her Heart and Hand how She Struggled for Fame and Fortune and how She Became Queen of the London Stage

Elizabeth Kemble was a good actress in her own right , as she was to prove in
later years . When she appeared at Drury Lane in The Merchant of Venice , she
probably made a more exciting Portia than Sarah had been six years before .

Author: Lillian De La Torre



Category: Actors

Page: 223

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The First English Actresses

Some time during the last months of 1660, a professional English actress
appeared in a play on the English public stage for the first time – a historic
moment for English theatre. While Englishwomen may occasionally have
performed in public ...

Author: Elizabeth Howe

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521422109

Category: Drama

Page: 226

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This book describes how and why women were permitted to act on the public stage after 1660 in England.

The French Actress and Her English Audience

actress. among. the. novelists. And all that faith creates , or love desires , Terrible
, strange , sublime and beauteous shapes . Shelley , Prometheus Unbound ' In
the minds of critics , English and French ideas of tragedy have always been ...

Author: John Stokes

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521843003

Category: Drama

Page: 224

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For centuries English and French theatrical traditions have had an uneasy relationship with one another: mutual admiration, mutual envy, mutual distrust. Just as the fascination of difference lies in the potential for sameness, so these opposed traditions have observed each other at close quarters and invited each other back home. In an unusually detailed and carefully illustrated book, John Stokes explores the reception of the French actress by the English audiences, from the early nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth - a period when the relationship between England and France was transformed and redefined. Mlle Mars, Sarah Bernhardt and Edwige Feuillere are among the many actresses invoked; prominent English spectators include William Hazlitt, Charles Dickens, and Oscar Wilde. The result is a vivid coming together of theatre history and cultural studies, and will appeal to scholars of English and French literature as well as students of acting.