Jindřich Honzl's texts on acting - between convention and spontaneity
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The terms 'spontaneity' and 'convention' obtain different meanings in Honzl's texts devoted to issues of acting. The dynamic in the interpretation of these terms is influenced by Honzl's artistic development and also by political changes in the period of 1920s–1940s. The paper is based on the research of Honzl's personal archive that includes variations of texts, proof-read versions and notes. These enable us to gain an insight into Honzl's strategy of writing the programme and theoretical studies.
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