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6 Types of Metatheatricality

6 Types of Metatheatricality

6 Types of Metatheatricality. 7 th October 2013. Lionel Abel, Metatheatre (1963).

By shelby
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Absolutism in France “L’etat c’est moi” -- Louis XIV

Absolutism in France “L’etat c’est moi” -- Louis XIV

Absolutism in France “L’etat c’est moi” -- Louis XIV. France in the 17 th Century. Population: 3 times that of England 2 times that of Spain Uneven wealth Large merchant class Self-sufficient economy

By harper
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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. The Late Middle Ages: Crisis and Disintegration in the Fourteenth Century. What just happened?. Religion- One Church 1054 Split 12 th Century Age of Faith- Gothic Cathedrals Unified Western Christian Church 1215 4 th Lateran Council Unam Sanctum

By sachi
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Eleventh-Century Church and Reform

Eleventh-Century Church and Reform

Eleventh-Century Church and Reform. Emperor Otto III (980-1002) seated in majesty (Gospels of Otto III).

By alaqua
(120 views)

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV. Objectives. Understand how Henry IV rebuilt France after the wars of religion. Explain how Louis XIV became an absolute monarch. Describe how Versailles was a symbol of royal power. Identify Louis XIV’s successes and failures. Rebuilding France.

By maeko
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Early Medieval Kingship “Doctrine of the Two Swords” (ca. late 8 th century)

Early Medieval Kingship “Doctrine of the Two Swords” (ca. late 8 th century)

Early Medieval Kingship “Doctrine of the Two Swords” (ca. late 8 th century). God. “temporal sword”. “spiritual sword”. Kings. Pope. Archbishops. Counts Latin “comites” meaning “companions”. Bishops. Bishops. Lesser nobility. Lesser nobility. Priests. Priests. Priests. Knights

By Mercy
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Absolutism and France

Absolutism and France

Absolutism and France. Wars of Louis 14 and problems in France in 17 th century. Ruling France . King Louis XIII. Cardinal Richelieu. Louis XIII inherited the throne from his father, Henry IV (formerly Henry of Navarre, a protestant), when he (L13) was a child.

By haamid
(114 views)

What is a text?

What is a text?

What is a text?. A text is a sequence of paragraphs that represents an extended unit of speech. According to De Beaugrande and Dressler, a text will be defined as a communicative occurrence which meets seven standards of textuality. Text-centered notions: Cohesion Coherence

By elgin
(205 views)

Shakespeare ’s histories

Shakespeare ’s histories

Shakespeare ’s histories. Hanna Liisa Teder 11A. The h istories. Were not philosophical based on the lives of English kings (1399-1485) Important – the Wars of the Roses 10 histories: King John Richard II Henry IV Parts I and II Henry V Henry VI Parts I, II and III

By xanthe
(144 views)

Influence of the Catholic Church on Politics, Art, & Learning

Influence of the Catholic Church on Politics, Art, & Learning

Influence of the Catholic Church on Politics, Art, & Learning. Reviewing what you got from your books…. Gave advice to rulers Kept records of events Cooperated with & struggled against kings & nobles Charlemagne Henry IV. ???.

By alaire
(112 views)

Henry V

Henry V

Henry V. An introduction……. When it was written…. Written in 1599 Shakespeare already famous Queen Elizabeth 66 years old and 40 years on the throne – more importantly, no heir Controversial wars in Ireland Last of a series of four plays after Richard II, Henry IV parts 1 and 2.

By natan
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France: the pinnacle of absolutism

France: the pinnacle of absolutism

France: the pinnacle of absolutism. HWH UNIT 2 CHAPTER 4.2. The bourbon dynasty (1589-1792). Henry IV (r. 1589-1610) The first Bourbon The French Wars of Religion (1560s-1590s) Catholics vs. Huguenots (French Calvinists) St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre (1572) “Paris is Worth a Mass”

By kara
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ENG3U			Mrs. Morgenstern

ENG3U Mrs. Morgenstern

ENG3U Mrs. Morgenstern. Someone once said…. Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides; and in this respect, it irrigates the deserts that our lives have already become. - C.S. Lewis . Syllabus .

By jenna
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THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. What was it?. WHAT WAS IT?. A German (and sometimes Italian) empire created in the tradition of Charlemagne’s Frankish empire and the Roman Empire

By joben
(232 views)

Inheritance

Inheritance

Inheritance. Power. Throughout history, there have been many leaders and rulers. Eventually these rulers would have to be replaced. This is where the power cycle originated. Inheritance. In some cultures, there was a method of changing power by bloodline.

By rimona
(52 views)

Henry IV Part 1

Henry IV Part 1

Henry IV Part 1. By: Lindsay Hulley And Jenny Rhee. Click this to go to home Jeopardy page. Click this to go to answer slide. Jeopardy. Act 1. Act 2. Act 3. Act 4. Act 5. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300.

By elata
(112 views)

The Life of William Shakespeare

The Life of William Shakespeare

The Life of William Shakespeare. James and Liam. William Shakespeare. Born: April 23, 1564 Stratford-upon-Avon, England Baptized: April 26, 1616. Shakespeare Family. Parents: John and Mary Arden Shakespeare Siblings: Joan, Margaret, Gilbert ,Joan , Anne, Richard, Edmund . Education.

By deliz
(173 views)

Homework

Homework

Homework. Quiz on the Middle Ages tomorrow. Aim: How did the Church gain so much power during the Middle Ages?. April 9 , 2014. Church Struggle #1 . Lay investiture: Emperors and kings have the right to appoint bishops

By yakov
(129 views)

Chateau Chinon

Chateau Chinon

Chateau Chinon. By Hannah Gerkensmeyer Period:1 French 3. Chateau Chinon is a huge castle that dominates the entire town of Chinon, and extends along a raised plateau above the river Vienne, in France's Loire Valley.

By maylin
(139 views)

Changes to schedule next week

Changes to schedule next week

Changes to schedule next week Seminar J: Connections, Contexts and Chronology (the last seminar)moved from May the 3 rd to May the 10 th Seminar group 1: NEW ROOM H3.52 Seminar group 2: Same room as before. Lecture 19. Refining Asian Goods - European Textile products . Linen products.

By maili
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