The medieval drama and its Claudelian revival

papers. by Symposium in Comparative Literature Catholic University of America 1968.

Publisher: Catholic University of America Press in Washington

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StatementEdited by E. Catherine Dunn, Tatiana Fotitch [and] Bernard M. Peebles. With a foreword by Helmut A. Hatzfeld.
ContributionsDunn, E. Catherine 1916- ed., Fotitch, Tatiana Zurnitch, 1900- ed., Peebles, Bernard Mann, 1906- ed.
LC ClassificationsPN1751 .S9 1968
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 72 p.
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4458346M
ISBN 100813205050
LC Control Number79121385

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Whereas the Greek theatre had grown out of Dionysian worship, the medieval theatre originated as an expression of the Christian religion. idem, "Gregorian Easter Vespers and Early Liturgical Drama," The Medieval Drama and its Claudelian Revival, ed. Catherine Dunn et al. (Washington, D.C., ), pp.

Hardison Gregorian Easter Vespers and Early Liturgical Drama. (CAO ), following on the heels of its relative, Scio quodjhesum quaeritis.

See also O.B. Hardison, "Gregorian Easter Vespers and Early Liturgical Drama," Medieval Drama and Its Claudelian Revival, ed. Catherine Dunn, Tatiana Fotitch, Bernard M.

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