ENGC27H3: Drama: Comedy

An historical exploration of comedy as a major form of dramatic expression. Comedy, like its more august counterpart tragedy, has been subjected to centuries of theoretical deliberation about its form and function. In this course, we will read representative works of dramatic comedy and consider how different ages have developed their own unique forms of comedy.
Pre-1900 course

Prerequisite
Any 6.0 credits or [THRB20H3/(VPDB10H3) and THRB21H3/(VPDB11H3)]
Enrolment Limits
45
Breadth Requirements
Arts, Literature and Language