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Classical drama: Home

Drama is characterized by action and conflict. All classical drama pieces were filled with intense conflict such as love struggles and death.

Study's Significance

RATIONALE: This course will acquaint the students with the history of dramatic composition, basic components of drama and its difference from other genres of literature.

Course objectives

To provide an insight into the socio-historic conditions of the Classical and the Elizabethan era

To make the students familiar with the elementary features of the Greek and Elizabethan drama

To acquaint them with the spirit of Renaissance

To introduce the students to Shakespearean tragedy and comedy

Level of Study

Graduates

Introduction

Online Resources

Inter Library Loan

This service facilitates the library users in borrowing books from other Riphah libraries from any location and libraries outside the Riphah campuses.

Information Advisor

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Nauman Waheed
Contact:
Riphah Intl. University, Al-Mizan Campus, ISD, Peshawar road RWP.
051-5125162 Ext 238

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