Why does Aristotle speak more about Tragedy than Comedy in his Poetics? a short desciption required
The “textual history” (the physical text) answer is that Aristotle’s piece on comedy did not survive into the Renaissance (perhaps the library fire at Alexandria was responsible), but was lost in the intervening centuries. But a more penetrating answer is that Aristotle saw Poetics as...
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