anonymous
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Why is Aristotle important to the history of drama? He wrote influential plays that are still modeled to this day. He introduced the concept of chorus. His philosophy allowed for a new genre: comedy. He rigorously outlined tenets for tragedy.
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anonymous
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He wrote influential plays that are still modeled to this day.
Elsa213
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" He analyzed the plays of the fifth century, classified the kinds of drama, and made rules for construction of tragedy. "

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anonymous
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what?
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I think you are correct. cx
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ok thankyou

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