2 edition of neo-classic theory of tragedy in England during the eighteenth century. found in the catalog.
neo-classic theory of tragedy in England during the eighteenth century.
Clarence Corleon Green
|Series||Harvard studies in English, v. 11|
|LC Classifications||PR633 G74|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
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The Neo-Classic Theory of Tragedy in England During the Eighteenth Century (Harvard Studies in English) Reprint ed.
Edition by Clarence Corleon Green (Author)Cited by: 6. The proper function of tragedy, the dramatic unities, and the minor dramatic conventions remained lively issues for many years; but in the end, the century that has often been considered merely orthodox succeeded in wrecking the orthodox neo-classic theory of tragedy.
Citation Information. The Neo-Classic Theory of Tragedy in England during the Eighteenth Century. Harvard University Press. Pages: vii–viii.
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Book Description: Through an investigation of the literary doctrines and ideas of the chief critics of the eighteenth century, the author of this study traces the concept of tragic theory in a would-be age of neo-classicism.
The Failure of Eighteenth-Century Tragedy EUGENE HNATKO writers of talent during the period turned to the novel and the essay as more profitable and meaningful media of expression because the audience for 'Clarence C.
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