DRAMA AS A FIELD MYTHOPOETICAL ACCORDING TO FRENSIS FERGASON AND NORTHROP FRYE

Authors

  • Miomir Petrović Факултет за културу и медије Београд

Keywords:

Myth, Mythological, Mythopoetical, Theatre, Tragedy

Abstract

The text will talk about basic concept of the mythopoetical as key parameter used by drama theorists Frances Ferguson and Northrop Fry to evaluate how contemporary, life like and vivid certain world drama pieces are. Myth as an unpassing and nontransparent narrative pattern is not treated as a part of the past by the two theorists but as dynamic and necessary in order to have the drama piece function in the contemporary perceptive space.

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References

Fergason, Frensis (1970): Suština pozorišta, Nolit, Beograd.

Fraj, Nortrop (1991), Mit i struktura, Svetlost, Sarajevo.

Selenić, Slobodan (1971): Dramski pravci XX veka, Umetnička akademija u Beogradu, Beograd.

Stamenković, Vladimir (1987), Izabrane drame Velimira Lukića, Srpska književnost-Drama, Nolit, Beograd.

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Published

2014-12-31

How to Cite

Petrović, M. . (2014). DRAMA AS A FIELD MYTHOPOETICAL ACCORDING TO FRENSIS FERGASON AND NORTHROP FRYE. KULTURA POLISA, 11(25), 319–330. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/1211

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Monographic study

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