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The emergence of a theatrical science of man in France, 1660 - 1740

by Connors, Logan J. Paperback / softback, 273 pages
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Liverpool University Press 
31/01/2020 
United Kingdom 

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This book highlights a radical departure from discussions of dramatic literature and its undergirding rules to a new, relational discourse on the emotional power of theater. Grounded in contemporary and early-modern theories, this reassessment of the theatrical experience shows a broader change in conceptions of subjectivity, emotionality, and learning during the early French Enlightenment.

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