Comments: Good Condition. Most of our copies have little to no marks or highlighting. Cover and corners show very minor to moderate wear. Spine is great; no loose pages. CDs or DVDs, if included with this item, show few or no scratches. Questions welcome.
Plato deeply distrusted the god-like power of poets to work on our feelings. Aristotle responded to this assault with his 'Poetics', which outlines the cathartic impact of Greek tragedy on its audience.Murray, Penelope is the author of 'Classical Literary Criticism', published 2001 under ISBN 9780140446517 and ISBN 0140446516.
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