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This book details the origin and development of Sanskrit plays. It demonstrates how in ancient India, the art of presenting Sanskrit plays on stage was developed and how this medium was utilized effectively to portray human emotions and sentiments. The sole objective of such powerful portrayals was to bring satisfaction to the audience by evoking rasa, the transcendental pleasure in its mind. The Sanskrit drama is religious in character and Indian in origin. The book also presents a comparative evaluation of European theories that attempted to explain the origin of Indian drama. The author has refuted these theories and has presented his own thesis on the development of Sanskrit drama. Buchnummer des Verkäufers MRML-9788121504836
Titel: The Indian Theatre
Verlag: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.?
Illustrator: 15 B/w Illusstrations
Auflage: 2 Revised.
Buchbeschreibung London. Chappell & Co. No Date.[ca.1950]., 1950. Music Notes. Paper Cover. 5 Pages. Arrangement by Arthur Hammerstein. Cover / Pages torn & with stains. Edges rubbed. Used. Artikel-Nr. 107822
Buchbeschreibung Aditya Prakashan, New Delhi, India, 1998. Hardcover. Buchzustand: As New. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. First Edition. Printed Pages: 369.Rubbed dust jacket. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Artikel-Nr. 019962
Buchbeschreibung Longman, Hurst etc, London, 1808. Buchzustand: Poor. Original full calf binding, loss to bottom halfof spine, front hinge weak, rear board almost detached, boards with gilt dentelles to outside and blindstamped pattern and areas of darker and lighter leather, marbled edges, plain grey endpapers, binding fir. Artikel-Nr. PAB 172319
Buchbeschreibung Motilal Banarasidass, Banaras, 1954. 1st edition.. Cloth, dj, VG/G. 216pp, b/w illustrations, dustjacket rather worn with a 2 inch narrow section missing from the upper panel. otherwise a nice copy. Limited to 1000 copies. The reproductions of the illustrations & binding quality not quite up to Western standards. A history of Indian Drama, from the earliest Sanskrit plays to the 20th century. Covers the contruction & design of ancient theatres, sets, costimes, make up, music, the characters, types of dramas performed, conventions within the plays etc etc 400 grams. Artikel-Nr. 33468
Buchbeschreibung Printed by D S Maurice, Fenchurch Street ; sold by T Hughes, 35 Ludgate Street ; J Bysh 52 Paternoster Row ; & J Cumming, Dublin, 1817. reprint. Original mottled boards, VG. 86+74+76+[i]+73pp, series title page, b/w frontis & title vignette to each play, the upper board has a paper label showing the series title & vignette, paper label to to the spine, boards rather worn & faded with the spine creased, title & frontis of the second work foxed & browned, pages uncut, but a nice copy, rare in the original boards. Odd volume of the 'English Theatre' series containing 4 18th century comedies. The West Indian was Cumberland's hugely successful play originally performed in 1771 & which Cumberland claimed 12,000 copies were sold that year. Soldier was Pilon's last play & a great success, yet upon his death two years later he was described by Willion Gifford as one of the 'blockheads of the kingdom`. Centlivre's Wonder was based upon an existing play, but she made it her own. Such was it's popularity that some 50 years after it was written Garrick chose it to be the last play he would appear in. Macklin's Man of of the World was finally performed in London after Macklin 'toned down the ferocious anti-Scots polemic and biting topicality' [DNB]. 125 grams. Artikel-Nr. 35821
Buchbeschreibung Banaras, Motilal Banarasidass, 1954. 1.Ausgabe.. XIV, 2 Bl., 216 S. Umschlag am vorderen Deckblatt festgeklebt; Papier durchgehend leicht gebräunt. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 8°. Original-Leinenband in illustr.Original-Umschlag. Artikel-Nr. 3113
Buchbeschreibung Groningen 1999. xix,410 pp. (Gonda St.7, € 66.-). Artikel-Nr. 95970
Buchbeschreibung White Lotus, New York, 1951. Hardcover. Buchzustand: UsedGood. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: no dj. Anand, Mulk Raj (illustrator). First. Indian Theatre, The. book. Artikel-Nr. R1824