Theater of Anxiety in Shelley's The Cenzi and Musset's Lorenzaccio

Roussetzki, Remy
January 2000
Criticism;Winter2000, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p31
Academic Journal
Asserts that the theaters, `The Cenci,' written by Percy Shelley and `Lorenzaccio,' by Alfred de Musset belong to the concept of `Theater of Anxiety' in England. Notion of the playwrights on the aesthetics of sublime at the end of the eighteenth century; Excerpts from the theaters; Comparison between the two theaters.


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