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The Poetics (Dramatic contexts)
The Poetics (Dramatic contexts)
Aristotle , Kenneth McLeish
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Aristotle was a pupil of Plato and author of numerous works on logic, the natural world and human society. He approaches poetry (drama) not as a literary critic but as an analytical philosopher. "Poetics" is credited as the source of the Aristotelian doctrine of the three unities - time, place and... Read More

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