1. Introduction
  2. The Ontology of the Puppet
  3. The Study of Reception Process of Children Aged Six to Eight Years, in Theatre, Based on Reception Phenomenological Approach
  4. “Help me to see beyond”: Dolls and doll narratives in the context of coming of age
  5. How Puppetry can Assist Pastors in Obtaining a Greater Understanding of their Liturgical Practice
  6. Handspring Puppet Company: An international South African puppet phenomenon
  7. Multi-media Performance: Two puppetry productions by the Handspring Puppet Company based on Italo Svevo’s La Conscienza di Zeno
  8. Hand to Hand: The dynamic situation of applied puppetry
  9. Design and Construction of Fantasy Marionettes through the Study of Animal Anatomy and Movement
  10. Desire / Screen / Look Relationship in the Making of a Doll: the case study of a personal experience
  11. “It’s a set! It’s a show! Everybody’s watching you!” Human Puppets and Real-Life Marionette Stages in Film
  12. Puppetry and Ambivalence in the Art of Paul Nash
  13. Puppetry and Ambivalence in the Art of Paul Nash
  14. History of Japanese Ningyo from the Edo Period: the art of the Japanese dolls, their role and meaning in society
  15. Minamoto no Yoshitsune, Japanese Puppetry (Bunraku) and Graphic Art in the Collection of the National Gallery in Prague
  16. Handmade Dolls of the Iranian Nation, the Representatives of Culture and Civilization
  17. Losel Dolls
  18. Marionetas de São Lourenço: The puppet as an artistic object, from the stage to the museum
  19. Croatian Folk Puppeteering
  20. Theatre of Freaks by Zlatko Bourek
  21. Illustrations



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