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By Marvin Carlson
Beginning with Aristotle and the Greeks and finishing with semiotics and post-structuralism, Theories of the Theatre is the 1st complete survey of Western dramatic idea. during this accelerated variation the writer has up to date the publication and extra a brand new concluding bankruptcy that makes a speciality of theoretical advancements on account that 1980, emphasizing the influence of feminist theory.
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347—407) against circuses and spectacles, delivered in 399, condemns theatregoers for abandoning themselves to "transports, to profane cries," and for caring so little for the soul as to "deliver it captive to the mercy of your discipline the famous Easter passions. "^^ From almost same period (c. 397), the Confessions of Augustine condemns the theatre's arousal of passions. Typihowever, Augustine goes beyond a mere repetition of conventhe (354—430) similarly cally, tional conclusions to explore his personal reactions, raising significant questions about the effect of the drama that cannot be found elsewhere He sees the love of theatre as a "miserable madness" that ensnares man in the passions he should avoid, and speculates further on what makes the tragic emotions attractive: "Why is it that man desires to be made sad, beholding doleful and tragical things, in late classic writing.
Ludus Coventnae, ed. K. S. s. 120 (1922), 269. 4 The Italian Renaissance The story of dramatic criticism during the Italian Renaissance is of the rediscovery of Aristotle, of the establishment as a central reference point in dramatic theory, and of essentially the story of his Poetics attempts to relate this work was known and to the already established critical tradition. works referred to throughout the Middle Ages, but his reputation did not compare with that of Horace, Cicero, Quintilian, Plato, or even Donatus, and the Poetics itself was essentially Aristotle lost to his the West until Hermannus's translation of Averroes brought at least this distorted version to the attention of some scholars.
Pantomimes, circuses, '^Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy, trans. H. F. Stewart (London, 1918), 181. 30 3 The Medieval Period The critical and theoretical writings of the early Middle Ages devote much attention to scriptural allegory and interpretation, and apply the strategies of these studies to the classic poets, and particularly to Virgil. Remarks on the drama are few, and generally restricted to rephrasing the comments of late classical writers. During these centuries the Eastern Empire, with its capital at Constantinople, became significant in the continuation of classical culture.
Theories of the Theatre: A Historical and Critical Survey from the Greeks to the Present by Marvin Carlson