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@bobble not sure of how they work, but I think they're separate?
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Q: Tragedy vs farce

a_personI believe these are two long standing "genres"? Are there any tragedies which end in farce? It seems against the laws of narrative, but I was curious.

 
 
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I tried to give a better title to literature.stackexchange.com/q/22995/139 based on the details that the OP added to the body. You may want to review and see if you can clean up the title.
 
 
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Q: Poet from the 50s / 60s who said being a poet was like standing out in a storm trying to be hit by lightning

user254694as per subject, I remember a quote like being a poet meant standing out in thunderstorms trying to be struck by lighting and if you were lucky you might get struck maybe 4 times in your life. I believe he was a reasonably popular poet in the 1950s / 1960s, American, I seem to remember he was sort...

 
 
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Q: How do you classify a writer as a ??th century writer?

user2513484Is there a common method to adscribe a writer/painter/person as belonging to a certain century? As in "Herman Melville was a 19th century writer who...". Is it only used in such clear cases as someone born and dead inside the same century? Is it a matter of active years? Doris Lessing (1919 - 201...

 

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