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Medieval epic to the "epic theater" of Brecht; essays in comparative literature.

Author: Rosario P Armato; John M Spalek
Publisher: Los Angeles, University of Southern California Press, 1968.
Series: Studies in comparative literature (Los Angeles, Calif.), v. 1.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Comparative Literature Conference (1st : 1967 : University of Southern California).
Medieval epic to the "epic theater" of Brecht.
Los Angeles, University of Southern California Press, 1968
(OCoLC)603275717
Named Person: Bertolt Brecht; Bertolt Brecht; Bertolt Brecht
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosario P Armato; John M Spalek
OCLC Number: 170721
Description: viii, 252 pages 25 cm.
Contents: Literature and comparative literature / by D.H. Malone --
Virgilian inspiration in the Roman d'Eneas and in the Chanson de Roland / by J.J. Duggan --
Chaucer's Knight's tale: a philosophical re-appraisal of a medieval romance / by W.R. Cozart --
Skelton mocks the muse: references to romance to romance matters in his poetry / by R.S. Kinsman --
Folklore and mythology in La celestina / by A.R. Bell --
The play is the thing: a study of Giraldi's Orbecche and its Senecan antecedents / by R.P. Armato --
Reflections on comedy by some Italian Renaissance playwrights / by F. Fido --
Jacopo Mazzoni, repository of diverse traditions or source of a new one? / by M. Krieger --
Milton and Renaissance epic theory / by J.M. Steadman --
Milton and Heinsius: theoretical homogeneity / by P.R. Sellin --
The Bildungsroman in nineteenth-century English literature / by G.B. Tennyson --
Young Tolstoy and Rousseau: the birth of Rousseauan hero in Tolstoy's fiction / by V. Zborilek --
Gautier and "romantic" fiction / by W.C. Mead --
The non-hero in nineteenth- century Russian fiction / by E. Tumas --
Brecht and the destruction of theater / by B. Busacca --
Brecht and the Marxist concept of the nature of man / by C.R. Mueller --
Bertolt Brecht: dualism and tradition / by H. Goodman --
Brecht's unheroes and heroines / by O. Mandel.
Series Title: Studies in comparative literature (Los Angeles, Calif.), v. 1.
Responsibility: Edited by Rosario P. Armato and John M. Spalek.

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