Ideas and Forms of Tragedy from Aristotle to the Middle Ages
Table of Contents
1. Greek and Roman Poetics; 2. Modes and Subjects of Roman Tragedy;
3. Early Medieval Clues and Conjectures; 4. The Twelfth-Century
Scene; 5. The High Middle Ages: Discoveries and Oblivions; 6. Final
Variations; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
This book explores the various meanings given to tragedy, from
Aristotle, via Roman ideas and practices, to the middle ages.