Books tagged: History & Criticism

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Metallica

By (photographer) Bill Hale

Rare and exclusive photographs fill the pages of this visual history of Metallica’s debut shows in San Francisco. Influenced musically by the new breed of British metal, yet epitomizing the punk rock scene, the band`s loud, snotty, and dismissive attitude is evident everywhere ... Read more

Most Dramatic Ever

By Suzannah Showler

 

The right reasons to fall in love with The Bachelor

When it debuted in 2002, The Bachelor raised the stakes of first-wave reality television, offering the ultimate prize: true love. Since then, thrice yearly, dozens of camera-ready young-and-eligibles have vied for affection ... Read more

Pain, Porn and Complicity

By Kathleen McConnell

Why does Bella lie so much in the Twilight series? Why was Catwoman such a bad movie? What was the reason Dark Angel was so short-lived? Poet and scholar Kathleen McConnell tackles these, and other, subjects in this collection of essays. Drawing on analysis from Freud to chaos ... Read more

Performing National Identities

Edited by Sherrill Grace & Albert-Reiner Glaap

If you have ever wondered why the Scots love Michel Tremblay or what Sharon Pollock has to say to Japanese audiences, or just how a Canadian play?or being Canadian?is viewed in England or the United States, you should read this volume. Each author holds a mirror up to Canadian ... Read more

Performing National Identities ebook

Edited by Sherrill Grace & Albert-Reiner Glaap

If you have ever wondered why the Scots love Michel Tremblay or what Sharon Pollock has to say to Japanese audiences, or just how a Canadian play?or being Canadian?is viewed in England or the United States, you should read this volume. Each author holds a mirror up to Canadian ... Read more

Raising Hell

By Richard Crouse

From exclusive interviews with director Ken Russell and new interviews with cast, crew, and historians, comes this examination of the beautifully blasphemous film The Devils. Based on historical fact, this controversial 1971 film is about an oversexed priest and a group of sexually ... Read more

Re: Producing Women's Dramatic History

By D.A. Hadfield

Within the last generation, Canadian drama, like other literary forms, has seen the emergence of works by women that re-vision the role of women in history. However, in order to write themselves into theatre history, women have had to negotiate a complex journey through both ... Read more

Re: Producing Women's Dramatic History ebook

By D.A. Hadfield

Within the last generation, Canadian drama, like other literary forms, has seen the emergence of works by women that re-vision the role of women in history. However, in order to write themselves into theatre history, women have had to negotiate a complex journey through both ... Read more