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Unearthing Aristotle"s Dramatics: why there is no theory of literature in the Poetics.

Gregory Lawrence Scott

Unearthing Aristotle"s Dramatics: why there is no theory of literature in the Poetics.

by Gregory Lawrence Scott

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Published .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination227 leaves.
Number of Pages227
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18840675M


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Unearthing Aristotle"s Dramatics: why there is no theory of literature in the Poetics by Gregory Lawrence Scott Download PDF EPUB FB2

After working in the ballet field professionally, Gregory Scott finished his PhD dissertation, Unearthing Aristotle’s Dramatics: Why There is No Theory of Literature in the Poetics, under Francis Sparshott at the University of Toronto, while also studying there under one of the esteemed 20th century scholars of the Poetics, Daniel de Montmollin.

He then taught for four Reviews: 1. Full text of "ERIC ED Bibliographic Annual in Speech Communication " See other formats.

Significant in another way, but in a mode that was almost as anodyne, was the occasional confession that in France the works in ques­ tion are dead and ne announced that "the great postwar debates are finished,"14 whereas Le Monde wondered: "why publish in France a book condemning philosophical vagaries that no longer take.