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Serious melodrama soon gets entangled with its own pity and fear: the more serious it is, the more likely it is to be looked at ironically by the reader, its pity and fear seen as sentimental drivel and owlish solemnity, respectively. Literary criticism was entirely related to the poetry till the 20th century, as poetry was viewed as the soul of literature. Anyway, when it is not possible to keep up both, the meaning and the metaphor it is better to maintain the meaning and sacrifice the metaphor in translating Catharsis as ‘moderating’ or ‘tempering’.

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Publisher: Twayne Pub; First Edition edition (July 1992)

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