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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98
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Description: The DisPlay Program offers a range of analytical tools which allow the user to investigate a section of play text in terms of the relationship between the play as a written work and as a performance. The package allows various operations to be performed upon the play text: logging formal details; re-writing some of the stage directions; juxtaposing two versions of the play text; constructing a graphic representation of the staging for a scene. The user can input their own choice of text into the Speeches Book, Text Comparer, Essay or Context/Subtext sections, or images and video-clips into the Visuals & Movie or The Set sections. DisPlay can be used both to analyse text and as a production aid.
Requirements: IBM-compatible PC; at least 2MB RAM; 386 processor or better.
Further information: Cook, Lloyd-Smith, and Allen, 1993.
Distributor: Centre for Creative and Performing Arts, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, U.K. Tel: 01603- 592783; E-mail: J.Cook@ uea.ac.uk.
Price: £5 + 2 high density floppy disks.
Version available at CTI Centre: Current.
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Document Created: 14th October 1996
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