MEFISTO

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MEFISTOModelling, Evaluating and Formalising Interactive Systems using Tasks and interaction Objects
MEFISTOMeasurement of Electric Field by Interferometric Spectral Trace Observation
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(Heller 47-8) Kleist's unselfconscious puppet movement is purely artificial and quite distinct from the materiality of man; in keeping with Banville's familiar pattern of infusing his own texts with the philosophical and aesthetic fascinations of other writers, thinkers, intellectual discoverers, Mefisto's Gabriel Swan acquires a puppet-like aura in the non-realist fabric of the novel.
(There is an intertextual dimension to this uncanniness, in that Felix has appeared as the enigmatic villain of Banville's earlier novel Mefisto).
His powerlessness and unrequited love to young nurse Greta drives him to suicide, only to be saved last minute by the devil, Mefisto.
ISTANBUL, Mar 23, 2010 (TUR) -- Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality City Threatre's play "Mefisto" won traditional "Theatre Play of the Year Award" of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC) Turkey Center.
His scientific tetralogy, namely, Dr Copernicus (1978), Kepler (1981), The Newton Letter: An Interlude (1982) and Mefisto (1986) delves into history to explore how the writer and scientist define the universe.
A apropriacao que fazemos da fala de Mefisto se da pela sua insercao na tradicao de se conceder uma ordem teatral ao mundo, tradicao esta que ficou conhecida como theatrum mundi, ou teatro do mundo.
The pinwheel of intertextual names and labels he insistently summons to capture his hero's inner nature--"Prometheus," "Little Nemo," "Prosper," "Knight of the Sad Face," "the lord of the icy palace," "Mefisto," etc.--seems to emulate the mesmerizing flashes of Tesla's electric circuits.
Part one, Mefisto for Ever, set in Nazi Germany, examines an artist's ultimately losing battle to strike a balance between compromise and subversion.