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Bernard C. Meyer, M.D., Dr. Norman N. Holland, Morris Carnovsky - Was Falstaff An Alcoholic? download mp3 album

Bernard C. Meyer, M.D., Dr. Norman N. Holland, Morris Carnovsky - Was Falstaff An Alcoholic? download mp3 album
Performer:
Bernard C. Meyer, M.D.
Album:
Was Falstaff An Alcoholic?
Style:
Spoken Word, Promotional, Education, Therapy
Released:
1970
FLAC vers. size:
1495 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1222 mb
WMA vers. size:
1316 mb
Other formats
AUD XM WAV MIDI DXD MP4 ADX
Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
866

To help certify the fictional character, they choose a leading psychiatrist (Meyer), literary critic (Holland), and a well-known actor (Carnovsky) who plays the part of the character. The boxed package includes a "Dear Doctor" letter, a prescribing insert, and 2 vials of Serentil. The text on the back of the box reads: A leading psychiatrist. A literary critic strongly interested in psychology. A well-known actor who has played the part. All contribute to a stimulating panel discussion on the personality of Falstaff. In his sixth decade, Falstaff was the dynamic center of a group of younger tavern roisterers. Garrulous, playful, a butt of unkind jokes, Falstaff was also a man with complex problems. Why was "sack" (drink) so important to him? What part did it play in his life? How did he see himself? Was he really as interested in women as he professed to be?

Norman N. Holland (September 19, 1927, New York City - September 28, 2017) was an American literary critic and Marston-Milbauer Eminent Scholar Emeritus at the University of Florida. Holland's scholarship focused largely on psychoanalytic criticism and cognitive poetics, subjects on which he wrote fifteen books and nearly 250 scholarly articles. He is widely recognized for his scholarship specifically related to psychoanalytic applications in literary study.

Morris Carnovsky (September 5, 1897 – September 1, 1992) was an American stage and film actor. He was one of the founders of the Group Theatre (1931-1940) in New York City and had a thriving acting career both on Broadway and in films until, in the early 1950s, professional colleagues told the House Un-American Activities Committee that Carnovsky had been a Communist Party member.

Morris Carnovsky was an American stage and film actor  . Posts About Morris Carnovsky. lt;p

morris carnovsky, morris carnovsky actor Morris Carnovsky September 5, 1897 – September 1, 1992 was an American stage and film actor He was one of the founders of the Group Theatre 1931-1940 in New York City and had a thriving acting career both on Broadway and in films until, in the early 1950s, professional colleagues told the House Un-American Activities Committee.

Morris Carnovsky possesses a great talent for creativity and self expression, typical of many accomplished writers, poets, actors and musicians. He is also witty, owns the gift for gab, and savors the limelight. Carnovsky is optimistic and masters the resilience to overcome many setbacks. Thanks to his gift for self expression, he can be the life of the party, and the center of attention

Author of The Shakespearean imagination, The first modern comedies, The I, Holland's guide to psychoanalytic psychology and ology, Hermia's dream, The critical I, Shakespeare's personality. Created August 31, 2008.

Morris Carnovsky (September 5, 1897 – September 1, 1992) was an American stage and film actor born in St. Louis, Missouri. He worked briefly in the Yiddish theatre before attending Washington University in St. Louis. Opting for a mainstream acting career, he appeared in dozens of Broadway shows.

After his New York City debut in The God of Vengeance (1922), he joined the Theatre Guild and later performed with The Group Theatre, of which he was a founding member. He worked as an actor and director for the Actors Laboratory Theatre in Hollywood (1945–50). Carnovsky concentrated on Shakespearean roles after his first appearance at Stratford, Conn. His films include Cyrano de Bergerac (1951). The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed.

Morris Carnovsky and Ruth Gordon in Hotel Universe, 1930. One of the assumptions of straight realism, for example, is that there is no acknowledgement of the audience’s presence because the play is dead serious about being real, and it would hardly have served the interests of a play like Awake and Sing if Morris Carnovsky had played some of his lines to an audience that was not supposed to be there. But a violation of this principle, properly prepared, is not incompatible with all forms of realism, as we see in Tom Wingfield’s This play is memory speech at the beginning of The Glass Menagerie

Адрес: Россия, Москва, Варшавское шоссе, 25А, ст., 111. ОГРН: 1147746502892

Tracklist

A Dr. Bernard C. Meyer, Dr. Norman N. Holland, Morris Carnovsky Side 1
B Dr. Bernard C. Meyer, Dr. Norman N. Holland, Morris Carnovsky Side 2

Notes

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The boxed package includes a "Dear Doctor" letter, a prescribing insert, and 2 vials of Serentil.

The text on the back of the box reads:
A leading psychiatrist. A literary critic strongly interested in psychology. A well-known actor who has played the part. All contribute to a stimulating panel discussion on the personality of Falstaff. The recording of their talk offers an unusual, in-depth study of a fascinating Shakespearean character.

In his sixth decade, Falstaff was the dynamic center of a group of younger tavern roisterers. Garrulous, playful, a butt of unkind jokes, Falstaff was also a man with complex problems. Why was "sack" (drink) so important to him? What part did it play in his life? How did he see himself? Was he really as interested in women as he professed to be? Was it joie de vivre, or was constantly warding off an underlying gray mood of anxiety and depression?

This is the direction the discussion takes. The result is a unique recording brought to you as a service of Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, producers of a new drug for the alcohol-dependent patient, Serentil*(mesoridazine).
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