AP/HUMA 3014 6.00
Tragedy in Western Literature: Ancient and Modern
A study of concepts of tragedy and tragic themes in literature from antiquity to the present viewed in their cultural and historical contexts as well as in relation to their contemporary relevance. Readings by authors such as Aeschylus, Shakespeare, Ibsen, Chekhov, Pirandello, Brecht. Course credit exclusion: AP/EN 4142 6.00.