Northrop Frye

The Bible and Literature: a Personal View by Northrop Frye - Program 25 'Job and Restored Humanity'

Frye addresses doubt and despair, faith and hope, and Job's ego and consciousness, in the Book of Job. Contains material from Lecture 22.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and Literature: a Personal View by Northrop Frye - Program 30 "Conclusion: The Language of Love"

Frye addresses truth, meaning, and literalism in the context of the Bible. Contains material from Lecture 25.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and Literature: a Personal View by Northrop Frye - Program 29 "Revelation: After the Ego Disappears"

The Bible is not concerned with the particular events studied by historians, but with the repeating aspects of events that indicate the universalized meaning of history, with what is called Heilsgeschichte by scholars. Contains material from Lecture 13.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers, Chris Rodgers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and Literature: a Personal View by Northrop Frye - Program 28 "Revelation: Removing the Veil"

Each of the seven phases of revelation is the antitype of the preceding phase. The gospel is fulfilled by the apocalypse, whose antitype can only be a new creation. Contains material from Lecture 24.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers, Chris Rodgers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and Literature: a Personal View by Northrop Frye - Program 27 "The Gospel: Rewriting the Commandments"

Frye discusses the gospel's conception of a spiritual kingdom as transcending legislation. Contains material from Lecture 23 (Part 2).

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and Literature: a Personal View by Northrop Frye - Program 26 "Style and Rhythm in the Bible"

The Bible's rhetoric is of a special kind that scholars call kerygma, proclamation, which suggests that the nature of its spiritual authority is different from the authority of a law or a military command. Contains material from Lecture 23 (Part 1).

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye - Full Lecture 22

Lecture given by Prof. Frye on Mar. 17, 1981 for the Bible and Literature course. Videotaped for the Bible and Literature series.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers, Chris Rodgers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye - Full Lecture 21

Lecture given by Prof. Frye on Mar. 3, 1981 for the Bible and Literature course. Videotaped for the Bible and Literature series.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers, Chris Rodgers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye - Full Lecture 20

Lecture given by Prof. Frye on Feb. 24, 1981 for the Bible and Literature course. Videotaped for the Bible and Literature series.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers, Chris Rodgers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe

The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye - Full Lecture 11

Lecture given by Prof. Frye on Nov. 18, 1980 for the Bible and Literature course. Videotaped for the Bible and Literature series.

People
Director: 
Bill Somerville
Technical Director: 
Ted Glickman
Conceived and Produced by: 
Robert Sandler
Executive Producer: 
Bob Rodgers
Audio: 
Gerard Beckers, Chris Rodgers
Camera: 
Richard Cable
Camera: 
Don Elsliger
Camera: 
Keith Springer
Graphic Design: 
Ken Fong
Production Assistants: 
Anne Riemer Hart
Production Assistants: 
Frances Handleman
Assistant to Northrop Frye: 
Jane Widdicombe
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