The theater of life and imaginative universals in architectural space



The Construction of female identity in Timberlake Wertenbaker's The Grace of Mary Traverse and The Break of Day
Öztürk, Gülüzar; Çileli, Fatma Meral; Department of Foreign Language Education (2012)
This thesis aims to analyse the construction of female identity from the beginning of the feminist activism in Victorian era whose rationale was formed during the eighteenth century, to the contemporary times in terms of patriarchy and motherhood in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s The Grace of Mary Traverse and The Break of Day. This study is conducted with the historical development of the feminist movement that has had different agendas at different periods of history being taken into account. Fighting for women...
The Imperial club revisited: the transformation of spatial politics in E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India and James Frey’s Bright Shiny Morning
Karabıyık, İrem; Yıldız Bağçe, Hülya; Department of English Literature (2016)
Space politics in the colonial and neo-colonial era is a lucrative field of research. With the aim of contributing to this field, this study brings together two different novels, A Passage To India (1924) by E.M. Forster and Bright Shiny Morning (2008) by James Frey. The thesis emphasizes the use of space in both novels for political and economic reasons showing that power is granted to ones who are mostly white in societies and that “white” spaces are the control points for distribution of power within soc...
The stone gods.
Birlik, Nurten (2008-03-01)
The relationship between the individual and nature in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poems
Bal, Reyyan; Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M.; Department of English Literature (2004)
This thesis analyses the individual-nature relationship in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poems. It begins with an overview of Coleridge's inconsistent views on the subject, as reflected in his prose writings, and explains the personal reasons behind such inconsistencies. The thesis then asserts that despite the inconsonant views expressed in his prose writings, Coleridge's poems display a consistent view of the individual-nature relationship. According to this view, the relationship is constituted of three cons...
The Object of Art, Which Exists ‘Presently’: Performance Art
Işıtman, Ödül (2021-06-04)
The break between object and image was added to the perception of reality and truth which changed with the Internet, social networks and the like in the 1990s. The possibilities that technology provides completed the effort of the postmodernist discourse in art to destroy tradition. All values are being reconstructed. While art is rapidly being digitised, Performance Art has taken its places in art’s agenda. In this article, performance art will be elaborated and analysed with a focus on ceramic art. Perfor...
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M. Erkılıç, “The theater of life and imaginative universals in architectural space,” 1999, vol. 73, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: