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The Neo-Classic Theory of Tragedy in England during the Eighteenth Century

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Publication Date: 01/01/1934

245 pages

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  • Preface
  • Part I
    • Introduction
  • Part II
    • I. An Age Of Criticism
    • II. Rules in General: The Defense
    • III. Rules in General The Attack
    • IV. Rationalism and Revolt
    • V. The Function of Tragedy
    • VI. Poetic Justice
    • VII. The Characters of Tragedy
    • VIII. Elements Incompatible with Tragedy
    • IX. The Unities
    • X. The Minor Rules
    • XI. Conclusion
    • Index of Authors and Titles
  • Index of Authors and Titles

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