Shakespeare's Festive Tragedy: The Ritual Foundations of Genre
Psychology Press, 1995 - 266 頁
Shakespeare's Festive Tragedy is a unique look at the social and religious foundations of the tragic genre. Naomi Liebler asks whether it is possible to regard tragic heroes such as Coriolanus and King Lear as `sacrifical victims of the prevailing social order'.
A fascinating examination of Shakespearean tragedy, this extraordinary book will provoke excitment and controversy alike.
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Aristotle Brecht Artaud
THE RITUAL GROUNDWORK
the ritual ground of Julius Caesar
COMMUNITAS HIERARCHY LIMINALITY
ritual violation and the death of Rome in Titus
a note on Romeo and Juliet
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