|Title:||Stoppard, the mystery and the clockwork|
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Personal Name: Corballis, Richard. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Stoppard, the mystery and the clockwork, Richard Corballis.
ISBN13:9780416009811. Release Date:September 1984.
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The terms "mystery" and "clockwork" are scattered throughout Stoppard's own writings and concepts and are encapsulated in Act II of Jumpers when George complains (unjustifiably as it turns out) that Archie's disciple McFee "never put himself at risk by finding mystery in the clockwork" From the interplay of these conflicting forces, Richard Corballis constructs a hypothesis - both deliberately provocative and illuminating -. to unlock the underlying structure and ideas of Stoppard's work He analyses each of Stoppard's published works - includin.
Richard Corballis, Stoppard: The Mystery and the Clockwork (Oxford: Amber Lane Press; New York: Methuen; 1984). 30. Gabrielle Robinson, ‘Nothing Left but Parody: Friedrich Dürrenmatt and Tom Stoppard’, Theatre Journal, 32 (March 1980) 90–1. Michael Hinden commits much the same error in ‘ Jumpers : Stoppard and the Theater of Exhaustion’, Twentieth Century Literature, 27 (Spring 1981) 1–15
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The Mystery and the Clockwork Oxford, New York, 1984. Tom Stoppard: The Moral Vision of the Plays London, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1990.
Richard CorbaUis's Stoppard: The Mystery alld the Clockwork (1984) contains a new, somewhat oblique, well-written statement about Tom Stoppard's works. It is appropriate that someone writing about Stoppard be permitted the techniques Corbal1is employs, yet I wish to quibble a bit about his book.