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Eight Great Tragedies
Eight Great Tragedies
Author: Barnet, Burman, Burnetto
ISBN: 55593
Pages: 439
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1957 - A Panorama of Tragedy -= Presenting the comlete texts of the world's greatest plays, this important new volume illumicaters the changing conceplt of tragedy from Sophocles to O'Neill. It also includes important essays by noteworthy critics and philossphers. "For the great ages tragedy is not an expression of despair abut the means by which they saved themselbes from it. It is a progession of faith, a way of looking at life by virtue of which it is robbed of its pain.