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Bodies of the Text by Ellen W. Goellner, Jacqueline Shea Murphy

Bodies of the Text

Description : Dance and literary studies have traditionally been at odds: dancers and dance critics have understood academic analysis to be overly invested in the mind at the expense of body signification; literary critics and theorists have seen dance studies as anti-theoretical, even anti-intellectual.

Subtitle : Dance as Theory, Literature as Dance

Authors : Ellen W. Goellner, Jacqueline Shea Murphy

Published Date : 1995

Publisher : Rutgers University Press

ISBN : 0813521270

Page : 263 Pages

Categories : Literary Criticism

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