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Liberty, laughter, and tears; reflections on the relations of comedy and tragedy to human freedom [by] Horace M. Kallen.

De Kalb, Northern Illinois University Press [1968] .

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Subjects Comic, The.
Tragic, The.
Description x, 402 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. Liberty, the first and the last thing -- II. Beauty, use, and liberty -- III. Laughter, tears and selfhood -- IV. Laughter triumphant: 1 -- V. Laughter triumphant: 2 -- VI. Laughter triumphant and Erasmus -- VII. Laughter and tears among the ancient Greeks -- VIII. Doctor Francois Rabelais' pantagruelsim -- IX. Pascal, Racine, Moliere -- X. Laughter and tears of the English enlightenment: Jonathan Swift -- XI. Laughter and tears of the enlightenment: Alexander Pope -- XII. Laughter and tears of then enlightenment: William Hogarth -- XIII. Voltaire: Jean Qui Pleure et Qui Rit -- XIV. Free man laughing: Benjamin Franklin -- XV. Destiny and joie de vivre: Mark Twain -- XVI. As of the present age -- XVII. Liberty of the tortured life: Dostoevsky.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)160312
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WorldCat Identities Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882-1974.
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