Shakespeare, Shamans, and Show Biz: An Impolite Guide to Theater History, Volume 1
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Volume One of David Kaplan's Shakespeare, Shamans, and Show Biz: An Impolite Guide to Theater History contains chapters one through twelve. Volume one contains the chapters "The Middle Ages as a State of Mind," "Commedia dell' arte and Moliere," "Shakespeare-to begin," "Euripides-forever modern," Aeschylus-Writing in an Age of Certainty," "Sophocles and Aristotle-Defining Tragedy," "Greek Commedy," "Roman Theater," "Asian Classics and Rules," "China-the Pear Garden and the Red Pear Garden," Neoclassic Theater and Why There is Such a Thing," and "Shakespeare's Classic."
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|Number of Pages||170|