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The Stendhal syndrome

by Terrence McNally

  • 388 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Dramatists Play Service, Inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti, -- 1475-1564. -- Drama,
  • Wagner, Richard, -- 1813-1883 -- Appreciation -- Drama,
  • Americans -- Italy -- Drama,
  • Conductors (Music) -- Drama,
  • Florence (Italy) -- Drama

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTerrence McNally
    GenreDrama
    ContributionsMcNally, Terrence., Dramatists Play Service (New York, N.Y.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3563.A323 S88 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 p. ;
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15532037M
    ISBN 100822220121

    The syndrome gets its name from the book by Italian psychologist Graziella Magherini, ‘La sindrome di Stendhal’, in which she described the overwhelming emotional disturbances, paranoia and hallucinations experienced by foreign visitors to Florence in reaction to its abundance of Renaissance art. The Stendhal Syndrome. likes. FANATICAL PAGE DEDICATED TO THE FILM "THE STENDHAL SYNDROME" the real disease,and the people it ers:

      Anna rises from her hospital bed, cuts her beautiful long hair and the rest of Stendhal Syndrome is the same. A psychologist, Dr. Cavanna (Paolo Bonacelli), diagnosis her with the Stendhal Syndrome. (Conveniently situated on his desk is a book on the subject as well as a copy of Stendhal’s The Red and the Black.) Even though Anna’s 3/4. The Stendhal Syndrome is a real psychosomatic illness, diagnosed by an Italian psychiatrist, Graziella Magherini, whose book on the subject was the primer for the .

    Stendhal, pseudonym of Marie-Henri Beyle, (born Janu , Grenoble, France—died Ma , Paris), one of the most original and complex French writers of the first half of the 19th century, chiefly known for his works of finest novels are Le Rouge et le noir (; The Red and the Black) and La Chartreuse de Parme (; The Charterhouse of Parma). The Red and the Black is a lively, satirical portrayal of French society after Waterloo, riddled with corruption, greed and ennui, and Julien—the cold exploiter whose Machiavellian campaign is undercut by his own emotions—is one of the most intriguing characters in European literature.


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Stendhal syndrome is a book of JM Donellans collected poetry works. I have seen Donellan The Stendhal syndrome book many of these pieces and he is a brilliant spoken word performer. These poems are just as powerful to read on the page as when heard spoken on stage.

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Stendhal syndrome’s symptomatology includes tachycardia, sweating, palpitations, hot flashes, terror, emotional tension, and exhaustion. In more serious cases, it can cause dizziness that can result in fainting or even depression. A brief look at Stendhal Syndrome. The condition was named after the 19th-century French author Henri-Marie Beyle ()—better known by his penname ‘Stendhal’—who at the age of Stendhal Syndrome is an Argento film I have struggled with.

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It is fascinating because it is so very audacious. Stendhal Syndrome refers to a condition of being overwhelmed by art, and both works are about just that.

In The Stendhal Syndrome by Terence McNally (Grove Press ) Most plays are meant to be seen, but I’ve never met a good play that didn’t stand up to being read as well/5. The Stendhal Syndrome is an Argento film that I don't revisit as often as his great s / early s films. The film has a cool plot revolving around the main charcter (Asia Argento) suffering from "Stendhal Syndrome".

This disorder causes her to hallucinate and faint when in the presence of art, and a killer takes advantage of her having /5(). Directed by Dario Argento. With Asia Argento, Thomas Kretschmann, Marco Leonardi, Luigi Diberti.

A young policewoman slowly goes insane while tracking down an elusive serial rapist/killer through Italy when she herself becomes a victim of the brutal man's obsession.6/10(K). A sadistic and disturbing psychological exploration driven by the horrifying concept of a rape victim who begins to take on her attacker's dark persona, Dario Argento's The Stendhal Syndrome is ultimately a victim of it's own excess and the director's tendency to overcomplicate a fairly simple storyline.5/5(2).

For those who don’t know, the Stendhal Syndrome is a psychosomatic disorder that causes rapid heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, confusion and even hallucinations when an individual is exposed to an experience of great personal significance, particularly viewing art/5(K).

Stendhal syndrome: A psychosomatic response—tachycardia, vertigo, fainting, confusion and even hallucinations—when the ‘victim’ is exposed to particularly beautiful, or large amounts of, art in a single place—e.g., Florence (Italy), which has a high concentration of classic works; the response can also occur when a person is overwhelmed by.

The Charterhouse of Parma VI: Bilingual Book. Stendhal $ The Charterhouse of Parma I: Bilingual Book. Stendhal $ Histoire de La Peinture En Italie. T Stendhal $ Histoire de La Peinture En Italie (Seule A(c)Dition Compla]te Entia]rement Revue Et Corriga(c)E) Stendhal $ The ‘Stendhal Syndrome’ named after him is basically the increase in pulse and heart rate and a dizziness from over exposure to beautiful art and immense beauty.

This is how Stendhal described his feelings during his visit to Florence and in his book ‘Naples and Florence: A. The Influence Behind The Name. Stendhal’s experiences were recorded in his book titled Naples and Florence: A Journey from Milan to Reggio. Ever since the author shared his experiences, there have been related incidences of the syndrome, with most of them occurring at the widely-renowned Uffizi Gallery in Florence.

About The Book Two new and remarkable plays by Terrence McNally, whom The New Yorker has called “one of our most original and audacious dramatists and one of our funniest” The Stendhal Syndrome is named for the French novelist, who on a visit to Florence had such a visceral and physical reaction to its beauty that he wrote, “I felt a.

But is Stendhal’s syndrome anything new. In religious times, pilgrims had felt a sense of exaltation on arriving in Rome, the caput mundi: the experience of feeling a little bit lighter (in all senses) once they get to their destination is an experience common to pilgrims across the world, from Mecca to Santiago de Compostela.A prolonged journey is an archetypal experience: we enjoy reading Cited by: 4.

Stendhal Syndrome: Historical Background. Stendhal Syndrome is the name of the Frenchfounder of the literary psychological novel of the XIX century. Marie-Henri Beyle, whose works were published under the pseudonym Stendhal.

This man. The Stendhal syndrome. [Terrence McNally] -- "The Stendhal Syndrome is named for the French novelist, who on a visit to Florence had such a visceral and physical reaction to its beauty that he wrote, 'I felt a pulsating in my heart.

STENDHAL SYNDROME: Feelings of increased heart rate, dizziness, disorientation, amnesia, hallucinations etc. in response to immense beauty present in either artistic works or the natural world. A collection of poems, short stories, lists and rants by J.

Donellan, author of Killing Adonis, Australian Poetry Slam national finalist, and Brand: Odyssey Books. The Stendhal Syndrome (Ital. La Sindrome di Stendhal) is a Italian horror film written and directed by Dario Argento and starring his daughter Asia was the first Italian film to use computer-generated imagery (CGI).

Stendhal syndrome is a real syndrome, first diagnosed in Florence, Italy in Argento said he experienced Stendhal syndrome as a child.The Stendhal Syndrome – Review (Blue Underground LE Blu-ray) Stendhal syndrome, Stendhal’s syndrome, hyperkulturemia, or Florence syndrome is a psychosomatic disorder that causes rapid heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, confusion and even hallucinations when an individual is exposed to an experience of great personal significance, particularly.

STENDHAL SYNDROME: Feelings of increased heart rate, dizziness, disorientation, amnesia, hallucinations etc. in response to immense beauty present in either artistic works or the natural world.

A collection of poems, short stories, lists and rants by J. M. Donellan, Pages: