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Eddie Fishbecks- A Tragi-comedy By Carl Dumicich
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“Take Oedipus Rex and mix it with a live studio audience, cameras and the “Jerry Springer” talk show and what you get is a fresh, revealing look at the ancient Greek tragedy”.
The Visit: A Tragi-comedy Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Visit: A Tragi-comedy Study Guide consists of approx. 35 pages of summaries and analysis on The Visit: A Tragi-comedy by Friedrich Dürrenmatt.
Learned Helplessness in Rats: Tragicomedy and Existential Crisis à la Samuel Beckett in the Art of Bruce Nauman By John Everett Daquino
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In a recent article published in Modern Painters, Brian Dillon poses the following question: Is contemporary art possessed by the spirit of Samuel Beckett? Essentially, it is Beckett's mixing of... More > humor with the metaphysical questioning of disparity, and what it means to live in an incomprehensible world, that elucidates the spirit put forth by Dillon that is responsible for possessing contemporary art. This is also visible in the art of Bruce Nauman, a first-generation Conceptual artist whose work clearly demonstrates that this sense of existential crisis and tragicomedy in fine art is no recent phenomenon. As in the works of Samuel Beckett, Bruce Nauman's oeuvre reflects upon the absurdity of the human condition; a philosophy rooted in the thoughts of Kierkegaard and Camus. By looking closely at Nauman’s art over the past five decades, we can come to terms with the question put forth by Dillon, and what this reveals about the nature of the human condition in relation to contemporary art.< Less
Learned Helplessness in Rats: Tragicomedy and Existential Crisis à la Samuel Beckett in the Art of Bruce Nauman By John Everett Daquino
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In a recent article published in Modern Painters, Brian Dillon poses the following question: Is contemporary art possessed by the spirit of Samuel Beckett? Essentially, it is Beckett's mixing of... More > humor with the metaphysical questioning of disparity, and what it means to live in an incomprehensible world, that elucidates the spirit put forth by Dillon that is responsible for possessing contemporary art. This is also visible in the art of Bruce Nauman, a first-generation Conceptual artist whose work clearly demonstrates that this sense of existential crisis and tragicomedy in fine art is no recent phenomenon. As in the works of Samuel Beckett, Bruce Nauman's oeuvre reflects upon the absurdity of the human condition; a philosophy rooted in the thoughts of Kierkegaard and Camus. By looking closely at Nauman’s art over the past five decades, we can come to terms with the question put forth by Dillon, and what this reveals about the nature of the human condition in relation to contemporary art.< Less
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Rats With Wings By William M. Neal
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This is a tale told by a self-assured young lady nimbly making her way into the world at large.
The Human Side of Business Analytics By Al Cordoba
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A look into the life of a business analytics master.
The Human Side of Business Analytics By Al Cordoba
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A look into the life of a business analytics master.
From the Womb of Time: African Dramatic Trilogy By Temienor Tuedon
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On the whole, the trilogy From the Womb of Time is a dramatic rendition of a story of fate, showing how man plots his own destiny from generation to generation. From a grand odyssey and sublime... More > self-conquest and embrace of peace in the first play, Ekpen – Tiger in the Swamps, the playwright picks up the knotty, dirty thread of a child spawned in lust during the build-up to peace in this play and weaves it into a character befitting its ignoble origin in the person of Oyinbo in the next play, I am Royalty. This character metamorphoses into Eve in the third and final play, A Cock and Hen Story) where with her partner from time, they typify man’s decline and journey into decadence – from the fringes of royalty to the “expulsion from paradise” and their eventual re-emergence in their solitary world of anomie in A Cock and Hen Story.< Less
Art Tropo By Jay Raymond
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An entertaining satire on modern art.

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