Originally published, Cambridge University Press, 1934.
|Statement||by Francis Macdonald Cornford ; edited with foreword andadditional notes by Theodore H. Gaster.|
|Contributions||Gaster, Theodor H. 1906-|
The origin of Attic comedy (A Doubleday anchor book) Mass Market Paperback – January 1, by Francis Macdonald Cornford (Author)Author: Francis Macdonald Cornford. The Origin of Attic Comedy (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Ap by Francis Macdonald Cornford (Author)Author: Francis Macdonald Cornford. the origin of attic comedy by FRANCIS MACDONALD CORNFORD (Author) See all 26 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: FRANCIS MACDONALD CORNFORD. Page - If tragedy and comedy are based on the same ritual outlines," Cornford concludes, "the Satyr-play at the end of the tetralogy must stand for the sacred marriage and its Komos, which form the finale of Comedy." But the point here, as it is very much Cornford's, is that the finale of comedy bears no organic relationship to the body of comedy.
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