Literature as History: Essays in Honour of Peter Widdowson

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As comedy blends into irony and satire at one end and into romance at the other, if there are different phases or types of comic structure, some of them will be closely parallel to some of the types of irony and of romance. Includes authors from antiquity through 1399. Pipchin's little boy who was gored to death by a bull for asking inconvenient questions. Understanding the role of the critic is vital. This, Plato felt, was enough to damn tHem^JEor js not truth arrived at by reason?

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Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. (2010)


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