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Was formed primarily in Italy approximately the year 1300 often the weakening of church influences.
Involved in a mixture of ideas of classical Rome and now is Italy.BUILDING IN 1585 STAGING 16 TO 18 CENTURIES
Pantalone the old man, a fool pottore the doctor drank of glutton.
Lapt ano – braggart soldier.
Elizabeth theatre
In England, theatre was part of theeducational process since 15 Th centuries.
Students could only graduate when they wrote at least.
Elizabethan theatre got its name thanks to the support that queen Elizabeth 1.
Dramis the predominatinggenere, among them, Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593)
William Shakespeare (1564-1616), who is known as the best English playwright.
Generals: based in the limitations of classics theirthemes were wide very elevated.
About fea, mercy and admiration.
CLEAR STYLE RECREATIN a theater where character’s psychology had a basic function, that gavemore intensity to dramatic moments, just like comedy or of social portain.
Peter Corneille (1606-1684): Medea- tragedy; Bernice.
Jean Racine (1639-1699); Fedra- tragedy, Ester-tragedy.
Jean-Batiste Popquelin (molerie) (1622-1673): Le Malade imaginaire.
Oscar wide of Ireland
Tennessee Williams from USA
Leo Tolstoy from Russia
Federico Garcia Lorca was from Spain
They aresome common authors of this society.
His characteristic was that a superior devotion to life.
In the 19th and 20th centuries born.
Henrik Ibsen was a greater influences this movement.
NATURALISMDeveloped in the late 19th and premature in 20th centuries.
Takes reality to the extreme, typing to copy real spaces.
Attempts to recreate the impression of reality.
It used speech forms.Influenced by Charles Darwin theory.
Focuses on society.
Feeling justice.
After this movement, naturalistic drama was born it was focused on the reality of human as humans, feelings, intimate desires,...
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