AbstractA comparative analysis of the theory of imitation of nature in artistic expression in Aristotle (mimesis) and Zeami [1363-1443] (monomane), a Japanese playwright, with special attention to how the artistic process imitates the process of nature and how artistic expression idealizes nature.
SubjectsImitation of nature in artistic expression, Mimesis in art, Monomane
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