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Words Upon the Window Pane

1994 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 38m
3.8/5 · Goodreads 6.5/10 · IMDb
The head of the Dublin Spiritual Society (Geraldine Chaplin) asks a guest medium (Geraldine James) to communicate with Jonathan Swift circa 1928.
Initial release: June 10, 1994
Director: Mary McGuckian
Music composed by: Niall Byrne
Producer: Mary McGuckian
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Words Upon the Window Pane. Words Upon the Window Pane is a 1994 Irish drama film directed by Mary McGuckian and starring Geraldine Chaplin, Ian Richardson, and Jim Sheridan. McGuckian directorial debut, it is based on William Butler Yeats' one-act play of the same name.
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Words upon the Window Pane, first staged in 1930, is W. B. Yeats's most powerful and brilliant dramatic exploration of the occult, in which he had a lifelong ...
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Directed by Mary McGuckian. With Geraldine Chaplin, Brid Brennan, Geraldine James, Hugh O'Conor. This film is based on the one act play by W B Yeats and ...
His solution in The Words upon the Window-Pane is to adopt the methods of realism and the device of the séance, at which spirits of the dead communicate with ...
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Mar 31, 2013 · Trilha de abertura do filme 'Além das Palavras' (Words Upon the Window Pane), filme ...Duration: 2:22 Posted: Mar 31, 2013
Dive deep into William Butler Yeats' The Words upon the Window-Pane with extended analysis, commentary, and discussion.
Words Upon The Window Pane. This elegant period piece is based upon a one act W. B. Yeats play of the same title. It concerns, Jonathan Swift, whose spirit and those of his two lovers: Stella and Vanessa, emerge at séances held in Dublin in 1928.
WORDS. UPON. THE. WINDOW-PANE*. 1930 In Memory of Lady Gregory In Whose House It Was Written PERSONS IN THE PLAY Dr. Trench Cornelius ...
In other words, using the dramatic monologue, "the narrator in Lughnasa is a ... This technique was first adopted by Yeats in The Words Upon the Window-pane,  ...
However, when we come to consider the characters in The Words upon the Window-Pane; this conflict is enhanced through Yeats' method of characterization.