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Shakespearian and other comedy report of the thirteenth International Shakespeare Conference 1968 held at the Shakespeare Institute (University of Birmingham), Stratford-upon-Avon, 1 to 6 September 1968 by International Shakespeare Conference (13th 1968 Stratford-upon-Avon)

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Published by (University of Birmingham, Shakespeare Institute) in (Birmingham) .
Written in English


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Statementsponsored by the University of Birmingham, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, the Royal ShakespeareTheatre, the British Council,the Ford Foundation.
ContributionsUniversity of Birmingham. Shakespeare Institute.
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Open LibraryOL20329017M

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  Comedy was traditionally a ‘lower’ genre than tragedy or history, and so these comedies by Shakespeare’s contemporaries justified themselves by their satirical ambitions. Satire was a higher genre than other kinds of comedy, commended by classical authors as morally improving. City comedies had a moral purpose: they mocked current follies.   Indeed, the comedy of Shakespeare’s time was very different from our modern comedy. The style and key characteristics of a Shakespeare comedy are not as distinct as the other Shakespearean genres and sometimes determining whether Author: Lee Jamieson. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : George ioned: ble. A Shakespearean comedy is one that has a happy ending, usually involving marriages between the unmarried characters, and a tone and style that is more light-hearted than Shakespeare's other plays. Patterns in the comedies include movement to a "green world", [ 1 ] both internal and external conflicts, and a tension between Apollonian and.