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100 1  Fendt, Gene 
245 10 Love Song for the Life of the Mind :|bAn Essay on the 
       Purpose of Comedy 
264  1 Washington :|bCatholic University of America Press,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2007 
300    1 online resource (353 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- A Note on Key Words and 
       References -- Works and Editions of Aristotle -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Propylaia -- 1. The Problem of the 
       Iphigenia and the Purposes of Tragedy -- Backstage and the
       Wings: Of Poetics and Poetics -- The Problem of 
       Aristotle's Evaluation of Iphigenia -- Some Attempted 
       Solutions: The Fallacy of Aristotelian Formalism -- Of 
       Strong and Painful Passions -- Catharsis -- Thaumaturgy: 
       Hecuba -- The Problem and the Play -- Catharsis and the 
       Movement of Emotion -- Catharsis of the Excessive and the 
       Deficient -- Catharsis and the Virtuous -- Mise en abyme: 
       The Hecuba of Hamlet -- Catharsis and Intellectual 
       Clarification -- Other Concomitants of Catharsis -- 
       Conclusions on Some Recent Criticism of Hecuba -- The Case
       of the Iphigenia -- Resolving the Contradiction between 
       Poetics 13 and 14 -- 2. The Purpose of Comedy -- Formal, 
       Material, and Efficient Causes -- Mise en abyme: The 
       Socrates and Phaedrus of Phaedrus -- The Problem of 
       Comedy's Final Cause -- Comic Catharsis -- The Example of 
       a Falling Comedy: Hippias Major -- What Art Is Not For -- 
       3. The Exemplary Comic Fiction: Resolution, Catharsis, and
       Culture in As You Like It -- Resolution and Catharsis -- 
       Comic Catharsis and Culture -- Emblematic Appendix on the 
       Character of Audrey -- The Freedom of Aesthetic Judgment, 
       or "Much Virtue in 'If '" -- 4. A Love Song for the Life 
       of the Mind: Arcadia -- Happiness, Politics, and Art -- 
       Eudaimonia and Politics: The Errors of Inclusivism -- Art 
       and Eudaimonia: The Mimesis of Joy -- Arcadia: A Love Song
       for the Life of the Mind -- Plot -- Characters -- The 
       Comedy as Love Song -- Epilogue: "Still awake and 
       drinking": Symposium 223c, d -- Selected Bibliography -- 
       Index 
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650  0 Aristotle.;Comic, The.;Comedy.;Iphigenia (Greek 
       mythology);Tragedy 
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