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The Dance of Death

The Dance of Death
Author : Hans Holbein
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1892
Category : Dance of death
Total pages :18
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The Dance of Death

The Dance of Death
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1896
Category : Bible
Total pages :475
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Dance of Death

Dance of Death
Author : Fritz Eichenberg
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1983
Category : Design
Total pages :136
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Gathers drawings about death by artists of the past and works by the author about the Holocaust, nuclear war, militarism and capital punishment

The Dance of Death

The Dance of Death
Author : Mark Jones
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1979
Category : World War, 1914-1918
Total pages :32
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The Dance of Death in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe

The Dance of Death in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe
Author : Andrea Kiss,Kathleen Pribyl
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2019-11-26
Category : History
Total pages :242
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This volume investigates environmental and political crises that occurred in Europe during the late Middle Ages and the early Modern Period, and considers their effects on people’s lives. At this time, the fragile human existence was imagined as a ‘Dance of Death’, where anyone, regardless of social status or age, could perish unexpectedly. This book covers events ranging from cooling temperatures and the onset of the Little Ice Age, to the frequent occurrence of epidemic disease, pest infestations, food shortages and famines. Covering the mid-fourteenth to mid-seventeenth centuries, this collection of essays considers a range of countries between Iceland (to the north), Italy (to the south), France (to the west) and the westernmost parts of Russia (to the east). This wide-reaching volume considers how deeply climate variability and changes affected and changed society in the late medieval to early modern period, and asks what factors, other than climate, interfered in the development of environmental stress and socio-economic crises. This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of Environmental and Climate History, Environmental Humanities, Medieval and Early Modern History and Historical Geography, as well as Climate Change and Environmental Sciences.

The Dance of Death...

The Dance of Death...
Author : Francis DOUCE
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1833
Category :
Total pages :129
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Dance of Death

Dance of Death
Author : Suzanne Walther
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2013-11-05
Category : Performing Arts
Total pages :135
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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

the new dance of death

the new dance of death
Author : a egmont hake
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1884
Category :
Total pages :129
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Dance of Death

Dance of Death
Author : Erich Kern
Publisher : London Collins [1951]
Release Date : 1951
Category : World War, 1939-1945
Total pages :255
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The Dance of Death in the Middle Ages

The Dance of Death in the Middle Ages
Author : Elina Gertsman
Publisher : Brepols Pub
Release Date : 2010
Category : Art
Total pages :356
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Elina Gertsman's multifaceted study introduces readers to the imagery and texts of the Dance of Death, an extraordinary subject that first emerged in western European art and literature in the late medieval era. Conceived from the start as an inherently public image, simultaneously intensely personal and widely accessible, the medieval Dance of Death proclaimed the inevitability of death and declared the futility of human ambition. Gertsman inquires into the theological, socio-historic, literary, and artistic contexts of the Dance of Death, exploring it as a site of interaction between text, image, and beholder. Pulling together a wide variety of sources and drawing attention to those images that have slipped through the cracks of the art historical canon, Gertsman examines the visual, textual, aural, pastoral, and performative discourses that informed the creation and reception of the Dance of Death, and proposes different modes of viewing for several paintings, each of which invited the beholder to participate in an active, kinesthetic experience.

The Dance of Death in Folk-song

The Dance of Death in Folk-song
Author : Henri Stegemeier
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1939
Category : Dance of Death
Total pages :231
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Dance of Death

Dance of Death
Author : Manna Bahadur
Publisher : Penguin UK
Release Date : 2012-03-15
Category : Fiction
Total pages :200
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Three stories—one of a demi-god, a Swamiji on trial for murdering his followers, the other, of a young law graduate, racked by nightmares and Fits, and that of a judge whose entire family is threatened because he is presiding on the Swami’s case—come together in strange ways... ...and raise a few questions: Where is the Swami’s wife, the only witness to the case? Why does the young man not respond to treatment? Why does every judge die or leave soon after he takes up the Swamiji’s case? The mystery slowly begins to unravel as the story progresses and out tumbles a shocking tale of horror, black magic and hypnotism...

The Dance of Death

The Dance of Death
Author : Ambrose Bierce,Thomas A. Harcourt,William Herman,William Herman Rulofson
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1877
Category : Ballroom dancing
Total pages :131
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Satire that warned of the dangers of the waltz and the immoral effect on women and young girls from their indulgence in this amusement.

The Dance of Death

The Dance of Death
Author : August Strindberg,Arvid Paulson,Daniel Seltzer
Publisher : W. W. Norton
Release Date : 1976-04
Category : Poetry
Total pages :140
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During the past two decades, The Dance of Death, Strindberg's long and taxing family drama, has come to be considered his masterpiece. Produced by major companies in New York and London, filmed once with Erich von Stroheim and then with Sir Laurence Olivier in the lead, adapted by Friedrich Dürrenmatt as Play Strindberg, and a direct influence on Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Dance of Death has established itself as one of the key works of the modern theater.