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  1. But, isn’t Timon of Athens Really Trauerspiel?: Walter Benjamin’s Modernity.William L. Remley - 2015 - Critical Horizons 16 (1):70-87.
    I argue that Shakespeare's Timon of Athens exemplifies the concept of mourning play that Walter Benjamin had in mind when he wrote The Origin of German Tragic Drama. While others have interpreted the play in various ways, no one has attempted to understand Timon in a Benjaminesque manner that seeks to show the emergence of baroque tragedy as a new aesthetic form at odds with, and liberated from, classical tragedy's mythical foundation and instead premised on historical time and progress. In (...)
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