The Antitheatrical Prejudice

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1985 - Literary Criticism - 499 pages
Six young people discuss their feelings about their own ethnic backgrounds and about their experiences with people of different races.
 

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Contents

Introductory
1
The Platonic Foundation
5
Roman Ruins
38
Antitheatrical Lollardy
66
Puritans and Proteans
80
Jonson and the Loathèd Stage
132
Puritanism Popery and Parade
155
Variations sérieuses
191
The Case of JeanJacques Rousseau
256
Antitheatrical Prejudice in the Nineteenth Century
295
Crosscurrents and Countercurrents
350
The Nietzschean Apostasy
400
Yvor Winters and the Antimimetic Bias
418
The Theater against Itself Jews Actors and the Survivors of Hiroshima
450
Index
479
Copyright

Immorality and Profaneness
221

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