Comedy: New Perspectives, Band 10
New York Literary Forum, 1978 - 322 Seiten
Tyranny and comedy / Daniel Gerould -- Black humor: to weep with laughing / Mathew Winston -- From Pyrrhonic to Vomedic irony / Morton Gurewitch -- Physical deformity and chivalric laughter in Renaissance England / John J. O'Connor -- Jacobean comedy and the acquisitive grasp / Malcolm Kiniry -- Hegel's theory of comedy / Anne Paolucci -- Smiles and laughter: some neurologic, developmental, and psychodynamic considerations / Herbert J. Levowitz -- Humor's devaluations in a modern idiom: the Don Juan plays of Shaw, Frisch, and Montherlant / Margaret Ganz -- The season of Twelfth Night / Ralph Berry -- Comic premises of Twelfth Night / Maurice Charney -- The sweetest rose: As You Like It as comedy of reconciliation / Charles Frey -- Travesties and the importance of being Stoppard / Coppélia Kahn -- Clearings in the jungle of life: the comedies of S.N. Behrman / Cyrus Hoy -- Candy in context / William Walling -- A pratfall can be a beautiful thing / B.H. Fussell -- Superheterodyne: radio comedy of the thirties / Don Wiener -- The reporter as comic writer: A.J. Liebling / Elmer M. Blistein -- Georges Feydeau's Hortense Said, "No Skin Off My Ass!" translated with an introduction / Norman R. Shaprio.
Tyranny and Comedy
From Pyrrhonic to Vomedic Irony
Physical Deformity and Chivalric Laughter
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