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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tragedy

Tragedy is a form of drama based on human suffering that invokes an accompanying catharsis ... In the modern era, tragedy has also been defined against drama, melodrama, the tragicomic, .... The most important sources for French tragic theatre in the Renaissance were the ... 1635?), also wrote famous plays of the genre:.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_tragedy

Greek tragedy is a form of theatre from Ancient Greece and Asia Minor. It reached its most ... As to the reason of the name, many theories have been offered, some even .... time, Phrynichus also introduced historical content to the genre of tragedy .... Unity of time: the action in a play should take place over no more than 24 ...

www.answers.com/Q/Whose_theories_regarding_tragedy_as_a_genre_have_been_the_most_influential

Ferdinand de Saussure whose theories were influential in the origins of postmodernism studied? Ferdinand de Saussure studied linguistics. 9 people found this ...

people.ds.cam.ac.uk/blf10/Links/trag-theory.html

Among the most influential theorists are Plato, Aristotle, Hegel, ... He characterised it as over-emotional and morally harmful, which is why ... His notion of hamartia (tragic flaw - 1453a) has been interpreted by later ... Castelvetro's commentary is notorious for his invention of the three dramatic unities, of action, time and place ...

novaonline.nvcc.edu/eli/spd130et/roman.htm

Nov 16, 2007 ... Little is known, but he seems to have been best at tragedy. ... Comedy was most popular: Only two playwrights' material survives ... Roman Dramatic Theory: ... time (interest at the time was in theatre not drama), but much influence in the ... during the empire around 78 B.C, .cooling system – air blowing over ...

visual-memory.co.uk/daniel/Documents/intgenre/chandler_genre_theory.pdf

... most of its. 2,000 years, genre study has been primarily nomi- ... specific forms than to the universals of tragedy and comedy. ... theorists. We might therefore ask ourselves 'Whose genre is it anyway?' Still further ... generic conventions, means that it is more difficult to .... tween them) change over time; the conventions of.

faculty.washington.edu/farkas/HCDE510-Fall2012/Chandler_genre_theoryDFAnn.pdf

... most of its. 2,000 years, genre study has been primarily nomi- ... specific forms than to the universals of tragedy and comedy. ... theorists. We might therefore ask ourselves 'Whose genre is it anyway?' Still further .... tween them) change over time; the conventions of .... transformations in genre and texts can influence and.

condor.depaul.edu/dsimpson/tlove/comic-tragic.html

(If this theory is true, by the way, it gives a whole new meaning to the phrase " stand-up ... nobility"--through various tests of character over the course of a story or play. ... At the same time, farcical plots are often full of wild coincidences and ... Once again, the most influential theorist of the genre is Aristotle, whose Poetics has ...

www.cliffsnotes.com/literature/a/agamemnon-the-choephori-and-the-eumenides/critical-essay/aristotle-on-tragedy

According to Aristotle, tragedy has six main elements: plot, character, diction, ... Euripides, and some playwrights whose works no longer survive are also cited. ... is his statement that the plot is the most important element of tragedy: .... Nonetheless, the Poetics is the only critical study of Greek drama to have been made by a ...

pdfs.semanticscholar.org/3fcb/80c9ff084e8ce5ab1c52b65bfd18033fbf84.pdf

In this essay, I will briefly run over some familiar aspects of classical genre theory, but will be mainly concerned to ... the traditional story and that has much more to contribute to the ..... had previously been explored in tragedy above all by Euripides. The ..... case of Horace, whose essay in literary theory is in many respects.