The scientific study examines the concept of the “Theater of Cruelty” by famous French poet, theater and culture critic, play and film scriptwriter, artist, actor and director Antonin Marie Joseph Artaud (1896-1948). Having based on the Aristotle’s drama theory, it reveals the relationship between literature and theater, analyses unrepresentative body concept, its relationship to language and the transition to the visual realm, explores the assumptions of its appearance as well as studies the forms that are acquired by the concept of “the body without organs” in theoretical and practical fields.
Recommended for publishing by the Council of Science of Lithuanian Culture Research Institute
Habil. dr. professor Jūratė Baranova (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences)
Assoc. prof. dr. Rasa Vasinauskaitė (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre)
Editor Margarita Dautartienė
Design Skaistė Ašmenavičiūtė
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© Kristina Karvelytė