Classical drama and its influence; essays presented to H.D.F. Kitto. Edited by M.J. Anderson.

; Kitto, Humphrey Davy Findley
New York, Barnes & Noble [1965] .

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Founders Library, Pollock Collection
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Other Authors Kitto, Humphrey Davy Findley.
Subjects Classical drama.
Drama.
Description ix, 277 p. 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents The poet and the mask, by T.B.L. Webster.--The chorus in the action of Greek tragedy, by A.M. Dale.--Tragedy and Greek archaic thought, by R.P. Winnington-Ingram.--Homer and Sophocles' Ajax, by G. Kirkwood.--Aristophanes: Originality and convention, by R. Harriott.--The vulgarity of tragedy, by L. Aylen.--Plautus, Terence and Seneca: a comparison of aims and methods, by W. Beare.--The Spanish tragedy and Hamlet: two exercises in English Seneca, by B.L. Joseph.--Towards a definition of form in drama, by H. Heffner.--Neo-classical drama and the Reformation in England, by G. Wickham.--Racine's response to the stagecraft of Attic tragedy as seen in his annotations, by W. McC. Stewart.--The classical tradition in Spanish dramatic theory and practice in the 17th century, by Duncan Moir.--The naturalist and the critical view of drama, by E.B. Pettet.--The fair theatres of Paris in the 18th century: The undermining of the classical ideal, by O.G. Brockett.
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