Symbolism in the Theatre

Frederick M. Tisdel
The Sewanee Review
Vol. 28, No. 2 (Apr., 1920), pp. 228-240
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Aristotle: The Poetics, Chap. iv.
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    Ibid.: Chap. vi.
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    Wernaer, R. M.: Romanticism and the Romantic School in Germany.
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    Nitze, W. A.: Symbolist Poetry in France, in the North American Re- view, Vol. 197.
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    Clark, C. C.: French Symbolism, in the Yale Review, Vol. I (N. S.)
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    Carlyle, Thomas: Sartor Resartus, Book III.
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    Nitze: Op. Cit.
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    Clark: Op. Cit.
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    Barre, A.: Le Symbolisme.
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    Babbitt, Irving: Rousseau and Romanticism.
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    Cheney, Sheldon: The Art Theatre.
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    Bakshy, Alexander: The Path of the Modern Russian Stage, and Other Essays.
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    Carter, Huntley: The Theatre of Max Reinhardt.
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    Carter, Huntley: The Theatre of Max Reinhardt.
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    Craig, Edward Gordon: On the Art of the Theatre.
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    Cheney, Sheldon: The Art Theatre.
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    Maeterlinck, Maurice: The Double Garden.
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    Maeterlinck, Maurice: The Treasure of the Humble.