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I found the parts with the ancient Greek language particularly difficult to read and analyse. View all 4 comments. It is truly astounding, humbling, and semi-surreal to think that after so many years, the continuously strolling and pondering Greek philosopher, Aristotle, is vital and relevant, hundreds of thousands of days after his passing.
To any who claim social progress and technology has changed the world, well I am not so sure. It appears, time and again, all who we were, are, and will continue to be, is exponentially less significant than we may think. And it is a wonderful book for playwrights and poets It is truly astounding, humbling, and semi-surreal to think that after so many years, the continuously strolling and pondering Greek philosopher, Aristotle, is vital and relevant, hundreds of thousands of days after his passing.
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And it is a wonderful book for playwrights and poets and writers to learn from, even today. Human even Aristotle. View all 12 comments. Aug 23, Fabian rated it it was amazing. Here is a rudimentary tablet of knowledge by one of the greats. First off, it is somewhat incredible to concede the year that this was written, and that almost 2, years later we are still eager to explore poetics that are in this aged article so clearly defined. Aristotle exalts the poet and holds him in the highest esteem. This is but one of the many core concepts Aristotle pries open. Yes, as readers we have been conscious of the literary elements and the mixture of these comprise contemporary fiction, certainly, but here is a very significant work for the writer and not just the poet.
Always pitting the Epic poem versus the Tragedy, Aristotle maintains that although a Tragedy has all the same elements as an Epic the Epic poem does not always include elements of Tragedy. Indeed some of the dogmas have been explained over and over the years by countless English teachers. That something from BC is still employed in something so vast and, sometimes if we are lucky, so avant garde as literature is both frightening and encouraging.
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Been reading this again. Aristotle's take on woman Even a woman may be good, and also a slave; though the woman may be said to be an inferior being, and the slave quite worthless , reminds me of something similar being said by Krishna in the Bhagwadgita..
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I am inclined to reduce the rating here, but will probably do that with a full review. View all 6 comments. Feb 15, bup rated it it was ok Shelves: , audiobook , librivox. Well, I tell you what. Did you ever see "Dead Poet's Society"? Remember that? That's the feeling I got with this. It seems to miss the forest for the trees.
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OK, it's an analysis of drama and epic poetry. But to what end? Aristotle apparently felt it would be prescriptive to Well, I tell you what. Aristotle apparently felt it would be prescriptive to writers, so that they could produce better work. Maybe to a small degree it does. But if something works, it works.
The success of any form of art is nothing more nor less than its gestalt effect - any checklist of qualities to determine its worth is necessarily bound to failure. View all 5 comments. Vonnegut said that this little essay was all any novelist needed to know and I won't argue with Kurt. Jan 09, Genni rated it it was amazing Shelves: philosophy.
I made it through my first work by Aristotle. If all of his works are written like this, then I don't think it's going to be that bad. My perception was that he was extremely difficult. But just from this work alone, it seems he is just very thorough. A very precise thinker.
So if he deals with difficult material, he will do so in such a way that is very clear, and not convoluted. At least, that is the impression so far The following example stuck out to me. Let it not be said that Arist Whew.