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  • Annotations to James Joyce's Ulysses (category Comedy literature)
    James Joyce's novel Ulysses is one of the most allusive works of literature in the Western canon. Ever since its publication in 1922, its encyclopaedic
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  • Laughter : an Essay on the Meaning of the Comic
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  • William Shakespeare's Works (category Comedy literature)
    World of William Shakespeare  (June 11, 2008) Overview  (June 11, 2008) Comedies  (May 16, 2007) Tragedies  (May 16, 2007) Romances Histories  (June 11
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  • After finding Dante astray, Virgil guides him back to his proper path in life. Dante and Virgil must first pass through Hell, where they cross its nine
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  • Dante (1265–1321) was born in Florence. His mother died when he was five or six, and his father, Alighiero di Bellincione, remarried to Lapa di Chiarissimo
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  • In 2005, Bill Dana and Emerson College established the American Comedy Archive in an effort "to acquire, preserve and make available primary source material
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  • Upon meeting Beatrice and leaving Virgil, Dante travels through Heaven, which takes the form of the solar system. Canto I Canto II Canto III Canto IV
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  • www.homestarrunner.com is a free, Macromedia Flash-based cartoon website. Although Homestar Runner is the central character, his antagonist Strong Bad
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  • After climbing from a hole that leads from Hell, Dante and Virgil encounter a group of people who have recently arrived in Purgatory. As Dante and Virgil
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  • In Every Man and His Humor (1599), Ben Jonson offers a definition of comedy: I would fain here one of these autumne-judgements define once, Quid sit comoedia
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  • extensive history of world comedy, from past to present, and to chronicle the anthropological examinations that have been made into comedy's 'larger' functions
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  • The Comedy of Errors is Shakespeare's shortest play and possibly his first comedy, written circa 1589 to 1594. The play is based on two Roman comedies: Plautus'
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  • Annotations of The Complete Peanuts (category Comedy literature)
    Since 2004, Fantagraphics Books has been republishing the complete run of the comic strip Peanuts in hardcover form, starting from the origin of the strip
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  • Shakespeare covered a wide range of themes and characters in his comedies. Three comedies that were performed and published in 1594, towards the end of the
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  • viewers cried at least once during the movie. G.O.R.A. - a successful Turkish comedy parodying many recent sci-fi movies. Sınav - i.e.: Exam. A teen movie starring
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  • wants to see a film with action AND comedy Here are the films playing at their local cinema: Big Hero 6: action, comedy, animated, hero kids Frozen: animated
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  • Troilus and Cressida is a comedy by William Shakespeare, written in 1602. This play is a retelling of the Grecian myth of the Trojan War, with a subplot
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