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DRM100 (Up to Test 03)

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Drm100 - behn, the rover (+ marriage of figaro) Restoration hero (?: figure of the machiavel, wicked, evil characters (eg. iago, aware of a standard of
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DRM100 (Up to Test 01)

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DRM1001 (Up to test 02)

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DRM100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Erwin Piscator, Integrated Circuit Layout Design Protection, Heredity

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MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Industrial Engineering, Binomial Distribution, Normal Distribution

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MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gamma Distribution, Normal Distribution, Estimation Theory

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MIE231H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sample Space, Industrial Engineering, Binomial Distribution

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MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Geometric Probability, Random Variable, Sample Space

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MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Exponential Distribution, Industrial Engineering

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MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Confidence Interval, Sample Size Determination, Industrial Engineering

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MAT237Y1 Final: Notes1

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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanWinter

DRM100 Class Notes SEM 1 .docx

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DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Oedipus Complex, Mimesis, Know Thyself

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Starting near the end, oedipus is the king, well respected and looked up to: we do rate you first of men pg. Takes place in the midst of the plague. Me
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UTSGDRM100Y1Noam LiorWinter

DRM100Y1 Lecture 1: Lecture Notes Semester 1 pdf

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Ontology = greek/ ontos/ being / discourse on being/ study of being. Epistemology = greek/ episeme/ knowledge and understanding / discourse on knowledg
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UTSGDRM100Y1Noam LiorFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture 22: Performance

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8 Jul 2016
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Breadth of performance studies: performance studies is generally a huge eld, de nition of performance: broader than aesthetic performance, i. e. perfor
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UTSGDRM100Y1Noam LiorFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture 15: Brecht

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Strindberg etc. , like wagner, interested in gesamtkunstwerk etc: the theatre should be dark, chairs shouldn"t move, etc, brecht has a big problem with
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UTSGDRM100Y1Noam LiorFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture 13: Realism in drama

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11 Jul 2016
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Etymology of theatre etc: originally meant just the building itself, circa 1660, came to mean the theatre and the things associated with. Listen, it"s
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

Drama - Monday October 29.docx

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10 Dec 2012
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We have to take a huge leap in imagination with new types of drama. We will be building bridges among these different types of drama (have to point out
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Bruce Kapferer, Morality Play

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UTSGDRM100Y1Allen AkermanWinter

Miss Julie Lecture Notes This contains notes on what the prof has said about the play Miss Julie. It also contains info on Stringbird vs Ibsons point of view on things and their perspectives

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One of the most poetically known plays of its time. Naturalism in literal was a movement inspired by methods of natural scn. Challeneges the idea of ca
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DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Creative Destruction, Interpersonal Relationship, Thrice

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DRM100Y1 Lecture 5: Renaissance Tragedy

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DRM100Y1 Lecture 8: Restoration England

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