Volume IV – 2009

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VOLUME IV – 2009


Volume IV, Issue 1, April 2009

This issue of Hyperion is dedicated to the memories of Harold Pinter and James Purdy.

Visual Art

The Picturesque Element in American Pop Art: or the Media in Disguise
by Marcella Tarozzi-Goldsmith
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The Crisis of Cognition: On Memory and Perception in Chris Marker’s The Hollow Men
Chris Marker, „Quelle heure est-elle?”
by Rainer J. Hanshe
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Dance

Mathinna
reviewed by Nicholas Birns
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Theater

Layers of the Past: Parsifal at Bayreuth 2008
by Daniela Zimmermann
In English
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In German
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Our Two Cents Worth: An Opera of Work, Timeliness, Renewal
The Two-Cents Opera
reviewed by Nicholas Birns
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Literature

Abandoned on the Mountains of the Heart
by Katja Brunkhorst
introduction by Rainer J. Hanshe

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Posthumous Papers of a Living Author
written by Robert Musil
reviewed by Cecile Rossant

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The World at a Glance
written by Edward Casey
reviewed by David Kleinberg-Levin

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