Having presented Alfieri's realization of this creative autonomy in the first half of his study, Salsano proceeds in the second half to provide textual examples of the tragedian
's rewriting and modernization of the tragic genre.
(1) In both works, the tragedians
use Castilian heroes and the drama of the Reconquest to explore Enlightenment values in a specifically Spanish context.
Amongst them was Edmund Kean, who went to become an acclaimed tragedian
Well, Rabbie Burns is Scotland's national poet, a hero to every hairy Hibernian and her husband, but personally I prefer William Topaz McGonagall, poet and tragedian
He published books on the Greek tragedian
Euripides and the comic Roman playwright Plautus before writing AoLove StoryAo.SegalAAEs academic works received better reviews than his fiction, and he continued to write about classical literature for decades.
But Olmstead is a fine tragedian
and knows such transgression can't go unredressed, and it's not long afterward, out in the merciless Mexican desert, that Napoleon's men realize they are being trailed, and then trapped, by an unknown enemy.
Acknowledging the book Ira Aldridge: The Negro Tragedian
(1958) by Herbert Marshall and Mildred Stock as groundbreaking, Lindfors, the editor of this collection, sets out nonetheless "to fill some of the lacunae" left out of previous studies of Aldridge "by bringing together a number of essays that shed light on aspects of his existence that were not treated in sufficient depth" (2).
The alphabetical listing of situations vacant leapt from tragedian
to tram polinist without a single reference to tramping.
A spin doctor with Alistair Campbell's talent would have scripted such fiscal Armageddon starring Brown as the hero in the last act, a part designed for a tragedian
The three plays in question, containing fantastic journeys to heaven or the underworld, explore ideas such as obtaining peace via a heroic journey on a dung-beetle to heaven to end the war between Athens and Sparta (Peace), the founding of a new city in Cloudcuckooland as a means of escaping petty squabbles in Athens (Birds), and an expedition to the underworld to revive the greatest tragedian
of Athens in order to save the city (Frogs).
Globe-You are criticized by many for being too tragedian
, though I laughed much of the time watching Audah in Marooned in Iraq.
an African tragedian
(a native of Senegal, Africa) known by the appellation of the African Roscius.