2 edition of English stage comedy found in the catalog.
English stage comedy
W. K. Wimsatt
by Columbia U.P.
Written in English
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Subject: English drama (Comedy) Sub-subjects. English Comedy by Ashley Horace Thorndike (3 copies) The wonder of a kingdome. by Thomas Dekker (3 copies) Cavalcade of Comedy by Anon (2 copies) Ben Jonson's basic comic characters, and other essays by James Edwin Savage (2 copies). And, with audiences of over 8 million, the most popular TV comedy at the moment is Mrs Brown's Boys, a piece that first achieved popularity in Ireland as a series of stage farces involving.
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OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Introduction: The criticism of comedy / by W.K. Wimsatt, Jr. --From ritual to comedy: an examination of Henry IV / by C.L.
Barber --The tempest and the ancient comic / by Bernard Knox --Unifying symbols in the comedy of Ben Jonson / by Ray L. Heffner, Jr. --Restoration comedy and later / by Marvin Mudrick --The last plays of.
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