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world view during greek theater
human accomplishment, dark side of the force/absence of morality
functions of greek chorus
provide exposition, philosophical observation, background, balance of opposing sides
world view during shakespear's time
nationalistic, humanistic, nihilistic
Henry the 5th, comedies, What to do about Nothing, Hamlet
key contributions of Greek Theater
Dionysian rituals, tragedy, comedy and satire, tragic flaws, state of ecstasy
key contributions of Roman Theater
domestic comedy and bloody tragedies, stock characters, thirst for blood and gore
key contributions of Commedia dell'Arte
stock characters and comic scenarios, input from the audience
key contributions of Shakespearean theater
gave us human personality in real people, psychological motivations
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