The Poetics of Imitation in the Italian Theatre of the Renaissance
DiMaria delves into how playwrights not only brought inventive new dramaturgical methods to the genre, but also incorporated significant aspects of the morals and aesthetic preferences familiar to contemporary spectators into their works.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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