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54-381 History of Drama

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These are eight-week Junior/Senior level dramatic literature courses, meeting twice weekly, based around a single period, author, genre, or theme. A typical theme might be Drama and Science Aggressive Comedy; Dialectics and Drama; The Rebel in Drama; Greek drama; Arabic drama; non-realist drama, and so on. The intention is that often very heterogenous plays can be grouped together to reveal both comparisons and contrasts in dramatic methods. At the conclusion of the course students write a paper on its main themes.

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  Spring 2005 times

No sections available for semester Spring 2005.

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