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There is no complete formal definition of tragicomedy from the classical age.

Tragicomedy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Tragicomedy books and related discussion.

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The Tragicomedy of Public Education
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The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare The Relief of Tragicomedy
The Relief of Tragicomedy through Leontes and Autolycus. 1.
WAITING FOR GODOT tragicomedy in 2 acts by Samuel Beckett
tragicomedy in 2 acts by. Samuel Beckett. Estragon.

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The music, designed by Chris Houston and directed by Linda Tillery, a founding member of Bobby McFerrin's Voicestra, acts as a bold complementary undercurrent to the tragicomedy. So do the repeated calls of a rooster.
The 23 bus: Philly's moving tragicomedy
The dope fix was just the latest mini-drama to play out on the Route 23 bus, Philly's rolling tragicomedy show.
Koreas trade blame over shelling
In the North, state TV in Pyongyang called the South's firing of warning shots “preposterous” and “a tragicomedy.” It claims they were nothing more than blasts at a construction site. A South Korean defence spokesman rejected that explanation.
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A tragicomedy about teenage suicide. - 10 Irma Voth . Miriam Toews.

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Tragicomedy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tragicomedy is fictional work that blends aspects of the genres of tragedy and comedy.
Tragicomedy - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
a drama or a situation blending tragic and comic elements.
tragicomedy - definition of tragicomedy by the Free Online Dictionary
trag·i·com·e·dy (tr j -k m -d ). n. pl.
What is Tragicomedy?
Tragicomedy is a form of drama that combines tragic and comic elements.
tragicomedy: Definition from
tragicomedy n. , pl. , -dies .

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