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AuthorAdamczewski, Zygmunt. author
TitleThe Tragic Protest [electronic resource] / by Zygmunt Adamczewski
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1963
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9556-0
Descript 282 p. 1 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

is, what has been said already says that no anticipations of aesthetic theory are in place here. When research stays on the level of primitive imagination, prior to the distinction between real and unreal, to merge art with life, it cannot serve as guideline for thoughts on what is distinctive within art. No canons of composition can be forthcoming, even the very concept of composition, implying a composer, must remain inadmissible; since, unlike the one of tragic art, the composer of tragic life will be here in question. No analysis of form need be expected, and when a form of vision is described, it will not be what artistic critics are used to dissect. Purely aesthetic instruments, such as plot, contrast, harmony, proper pitch, likene3s, recognition, comยญ pleteness, will be of no use and no relevance at all. And it hardly need be mentioned that the age-fortified classification of artistic kinds remains strictly out of bounds. Here is perhaps the proper place to introduce a stylistic apology. I t is clear to everyone with a neat sense of seemliness in language that the use of unattached adjectives is very awkward in English. No one reading these paragraphs can be blamed for fidgeting when molested again and again with "the tragic" instead of "tragedy. " The excuse has perhaps transpired in the preceding passage


CONTENT

I The Tragic โ{128}{148} Introduction -- II The Tragic Defiance โ{128}{148} Titan Prometheus Aeschylus: Prometheus Bound -- III The Tragic Fear โ{128}{148} Oedipus King Sophocles: Oedipus the King -- IV The Tragic Conscience โ{128}{148} Prince Hamlet Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark -- V The Tragic Striving โ{128}{148} Faust Goethe: Faust -- VI The Tragic Idea โ{128}{148} Stockmann, The Peopleโ{128}{153} Enemy Ibsen: An Enemy of the People -- VII The Tragic Loss โ{128}{148} Loman the Salesman Arthur Miller: Death of a Salesman -- VIII The Tragic Liberation โ{128}{148} Orestes of the Flies Sartre: The Flies -- IX The Tragic Protest -- Indexes


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