Although the essays tend to be rather brief, they collectively paint a rich and compelling portrait of the intersections of classical tragedy and contemporary American concerns. Bryer , Tennessee Williams Susan C. Many of the contributors reference this essay as part of their discussions.
The other category of essays in Visions of Tragedy includes chapters about playwrights who were writing tragedy from a distinctly historicized perspective, that is, through depiction of the sociopolitical conditions or injustices surrounding gender, race, ethnicity, and sexuality. Although some of the contributors mention Greek tragedy, they often contend that these playwrights do not write in the tradition of Aristotle.
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