The braggart in Renaissance comedy; a study in comparative drama from Aristophanes to Shakespeare.


Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1954] .

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Subjects Boastfulness in literature.
Characters and characteristics in literature.
Comedy -- History and criticism.
Comedy.
Comédie -- Histoire et critique.
Orgeuil et vanité dans la littérature.
Description ix, 328 pages 28 cm
Copyright Date [1954]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 305-311) "Bibliographical supplement": pages 312-318.
Also issued online.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Aristophanes to Terence: the type defined -- The Spanish dandy on the Italian stage -- Italian imitations of Latin drama -- Ancient plots and modern settings -- Original elements in the commedia erudite -- The commedia dell' arte: Captain Frightall of Hell Valley -- The English miracle plays -- The morality vice and the English braggart -- The renaissance and the golden age in Spain -- French comedy from grevin to moliere.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)637673
(OCoLC)ocm00637673
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Boughner, Daniel C. 1909-
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