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Handwritten notecard of Shaw quotes on comedy.

Michael Hattaway
T.S. Eliot
"He has no message; he is merely a great recorder... Middleton is teh richest 'realist' in Jacobean comedy"
constitute a "reality effect"
Hist realism is social and not mimetic

Handwritten notecards on the structural elements in tragicomedy.

Handwritten notecards on Ibsen's "When We Dead Awaken."

Typewritten notecards summarizing Cumberland's "The Wheel of Fortune."

Handwritten notecards on Durrenmatt's "The Visit."

Typewritten notecards summarizing Cumberland's "The Jew."

Handwritten notecards on Chapman's "The Gentleman Usher."

Handwritten notecards on Sukhovo-Kobylin's "The Death of Tarelkin."

Handwritten notecards on the pastoral elements in Shakespeare's "The Tempest."

Handwritten notecards on David Storey's play "Home."

Handwritten notecards with notes on the pastoral tradition in drama.

Handwritten notecards on arcadia in the pastoral tradition.

Handwritten notecards the use of parable in drama.

Handwritten notecards containing brief notes on multiple plays including: Brecht's "Mann is Mann," Shaw's "Too True to be Good," Pinter's "The Caretaker," Bond's "Early Mornings," Galvez's "Caliban," Cocteau's "Bacchus," Mayer's "Children of Darkness, Richardson's "Gallows Humor," Antonelli's "The Man Who Met…

Handwritten notecards about Gabriel Egan's "Green Shakespeare: From Ecopolitics to Ecocriticism."

Handwritten notecards looking at tragicomedy in Molière's "Don Juan"

Handwritten notecards on the Comedy of Manners.

Handwritten notecards on Musset's "Les Caprices de Marianne."

Handwritten notecards looking at a postcolonial reading of Shakespeare's "The Tempest."

Handwritten notecards on O'Casey's "The Silver Tassie."

Handwritten notecards on Molière's uses of comedy.

Handwritten notecards on Lady Gregory's "The White Cockade."

Handwritten notecards on Kleist's "Amphitryon."