Tragic Theory in the Critical Works of Thomas Rymer, John Dennis, and John Dryden

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1975 - 143 pages
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Clarifies the connection between these critics' theories and sections of the Poetics dealing with Aristotle's definition of poetry as imitation, his remarks on dramatic necessity, probability, and unity, and his comments on characterization and catharsis.

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Acknowledgments
7
The Context of Seventeenth and Early
13
Conclusion
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