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2017 | 20 | 153-174
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Intersemiotyczny przekład mitu antycznego w spektaklu „Fedra” Mai Kleczewskiej

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Intersemiotic Translation of Ancient Myth in the Production of Phaedra by Maja Kleczewska
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The present paper tends to analyze the procedure of intersemiotic translation of ancient myth of Phaedra, in its written version by Euripides (Hippolytus), into the contemporary stage production of Phaedra by Maja Kleczewska. The analysis of the performance is preceded by the extended introduction regarding reception of myth in general, and reception of Phaedra myth in particular. In this context, theories of Hans Blumenberg and Gilbert Durand are recalled in order to establish the understanding of myth’s transformation. Myth of Phaedra is scrutinized diachronically and synchronically within the background of Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s idea of body and sexuality. The theatre production is explored with reference to its textual basis (Euripides, Seneca, Tasnádi, Enquist) on the one hand, and in relation to the contemporary theories of actor’s body (Erika Fischer-Lichte, Hans-Thies Lehmann). The overarching goal of the paper is to analyze the procedure of intersemiotic translation of the mythical core of Phaedra myth (defined in terms of body) into actor’s body on stage (defined in its phenomenology).
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20
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153-174
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2018-03-26
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_18778_1733-0319_20_12
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