Relationship Between Medieval and Renaissance Drama
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Theatrical activities began with the Greeks in the fifth century B.C, majorly as a form of religious of religious rite performed to the Greek god of wine and fertility known as Dionysuis. This ritual exercise in the course of time evolved into a social affair and brought forth great playwrights with rich literary works. Their works entertained much criticism and also became the paradigm for Aristotle’s notion of tragedy.