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印度梵語戲劇略論=A Short Discourse on Indian Sanskrit Drama
Author 釋惠敏 =Shih, Hui-min
Source 藝術評論=Arts Review
Volumen.7
Date1996.10
Pages139 - 154
Publisher國立台北藝術大學出版組
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language中文=Chinese
Keyword印度; 梵語; 戲劇
AbstractNatya-shastra is the oldest and most authoritative of all treatises on Indian Sanskrit dramatic art. Scholars in Europe/ America, and Japan have long researched this topic. It was known in ancient China only through fragments that reached China with Buddhist scriptures. In recent years/ scholars in Beijing University have begun systematically introducing Sanskrit Drama. This paper synthesizes previous research, with these four points.
(1)Myths, legends, and scholarly theories on the origins of Sanskrit drama.
(2)The aesthetic theory of rasa (sentiment,aesthetic experience),based on sthayibhava(\astin^,fellings),appearing on three kinds of condition :mbhai?fl(emotional condition of enviroment),anubhava(exteimi[ indications of fellings),andvyabhicaribhdva(transitory fellings).
(3)The external and internal structures of Sanskrit dramatic literature,characters, ' languages of lines, and genres.
(4)Theatre,stage setting and costumes, acting skills, actors, audience,and criticism.
Table of contents前言 139
1. 梵語戲劇的起源 140
1.1 神話傳說 : 印度第五部聖典 - 「戲劇吠陀」140
1.2 學術界諸說 140
ISSN10156240 (P)
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Created date2003.9.17
Modified date2020.02.14



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