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Through a Glass Darkly, published in spring of 2010, brings together 25 essays that explore trauma, the sacred, and the sublime in various works of literature and theory; the collection is arranged in a loosely chronological order from the classical and biblical periods to the present.
In the English-language world, only three screenplays have been sanctioned by the Bergman Foundation for production onstage: "Through a Glass Darkly," adapted by Jenny Worton and opened June 16 at London's Almeida Theater; "The Devil's Eye," adapted by Michael Moon, and recently performed at Hollywood's Arena Stage; and a 2009 amateur production of "The Seventh Seal," staged at Cardiff's Chapter Arts Center.
Karleen Koen has been largely absent from the literary scene for 20 years, and critics who enjoyed Through a Glass Darkly herald her return.
"Through a Glass Darkly" (1961) is a drama about a dysfunctional family's spiral into madness on the "stark, ascetic stage" of the Faro Islands.
For Griffiths there are "only images on the edge of nothingness which one can look into, and in which one might see oneself reflected as though through a glass darkly."
"Through a Glass Darkly": Ethics and Information Technology Pemberton, J.
Four years later, I wound up with a novel with a bodice-ripping cover my agent sold as a cross between How Green Was My Valley and Through a Glass Darkly. They called it Through the Green Valley; it should have been called How Green Was My Glass Darkly.
Meanwhile, I'll keep trying to see through the misleading appearances, even if it's only partial, temporary sight - like looking through a glass darkly.
A Mixed Race extends the recent work of ethnographic critics, such as James Clifford (The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art [1988]), and such literary critics as Werner Sollors (Beyond Ethnicity: Consent and Descent in American Culture [1986]) and William Boelhower (Through a Glass Darkly: Ethnic Semiosis in American Literature [1987]).
In Through a Glass Darkly, a family must deal with a young woman's schizophrenia.
Through a glass darkly; magic, dreams & prophecy in ancient Egypt.
"Through a Glass Darkly" (which also earned the Oscar) explores the mental dissolution of schizophrenic Karin (Harriet Andersson) upon learning that her writer father David (Gunnar Bjornstrand) is using her illness as inspiration for a new novel.