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Lope Felix de Vega Carpio
Francois Hedelin Abbe dAubignac
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Archer Aristotle Aristotle's arousal audience Baker Brander Matthews Brunetiere Brunetiere's Castelvetro cited classics concept critical d'Aubignac derived Dialogue didacticism Diderot distinctive dramatic composition dramatic models dramatist dramaturgical theory Dryden element of drama end of drama essence of drama essential element esthetic ethical example French Freytag genres George Pierce Baker Greek Hegel Henry Arthur Jones Horace Horace's I I I I I I Q I Q I Ibid imitation influence invalid authority Lawson Leasing Lessing Lessing's nature neo-classic neo-classicism personal agent physical action Plautus play pleasure Plot poet Poetics poetry principles of dramatic proximate end Q I I reason Renaissance Aristotelian Saintsbury says Scaliger seen serious comedy Sidney Sources and Models Spectacle Spingarn Taille theatre theory of dramaturgy three unities tion tragedy and comedy ultimate end valid Vega verse