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Dance and British Literature: An Intermedial Encounter

(Theory - Typology - Case Studies)

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What happens, when dance and literature meet; when movement is integrated into the literary world or even replaces verbal communication? This study explores dance in British literature from Shakespeare to Yeats, and illustrates the many ways in which these two forms of artistic expression can enter into various kinds of intermedial encounters and cultural alliances.

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