A study of three influential theatrical and aesthetic forms and their importance, to this day, in establishing national and linguistic identities. The course investigates French Neoclassicism and the tightly brilliant aesthetics of Corneille and Racine, German Romanticism and the sensual verse of Goethe, and Italian Commedia del Arte and the refreshing comic sensibilities of Goldoni and Gozzi. (TH222/CO200). (Not offered 2017-18).
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