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Just joking: Racial comedy, rhetorical education, and democratic style
by Rossing, Jonathan Paul, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2010: 250 pages; 3409890.
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“You Don’t Need People’s Opinions on a Fact!”: Satirical Comedy Corrects Climate Change Disinformation
by Galliah, Shelly A., Ph.D.  Michigan Technological University. 2020: 300 pages; 27735123.
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Costume Design for The Comedy of Errors
by Thomann, Stacey Glenn, M.F.A.  The George Washington University. 2019: 152 pages; 13878692.
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Scenic Design for The Comedy of Errors
by Sangkaeo, Pancharee, M.F.A.  The George Washington University. 2019: 106 pages; 13878615.
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Nietzsche and comedy: Provocative laughter amidst a tragic philosophy
by Rudar, Michael Christian, Ph.D.  Duquesne University. 2014: 281 pages; 3643678.
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Roasting on Earth: A rhetorical analysis of eco-comedy
by Fisher, Alison Aurelia, Ph.D.  Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 2009: 190 pages; 3390896.
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The crafting of comedy with the use of atmospheres and communication
by Allen, Gregory Joseph, M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 11 pages; 1490267.
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Building shared understandings in introductory physics tutorials through risk, repair, conflict & comedy
by Conlin, Luke D., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2012: 164 pages; 3517523.
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A funny thing happened on the way to the cinema Shakespeare's comedies in film and television
by Lamb, Wendy Nicole, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2010: 264 pages; 3433868.
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Aaronistotle's poetics: A scholarship-based thought experiment constructing Aristotle's comedic theory
by Penn, Aaron Nicholas, M.A.  University of Central Arkansas. 2012: 107 pages; 1516458.
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Pieces: A Collection of Short Stories and an Essay on Humor as a Source of Engagement in Fiction
by Guidry, Cameron J., Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 163 pages; 10268796.
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Nothing is Okay, but Everything is Fine
by Acosta, Jessica Paige, M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 121 pages; 10784957.
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Mimetic contagion in Terence's “Eunuchus”
by Germany, Robert, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2008: 240 pages; 3309042.
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Art as Tragicomedy: Martin Kippenberger and the End of the Avant-Garde
by Figner, Susanne, Ph.D.  New York University. 2020: 313 pages; 28027156.
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Deception and truth: The use of letters in the comedies of Iriarte and Moratin
by Fueger, Kathleen M., Ph.D.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2009: 182 pages; 3458972.
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De la península Ibérica a Italia: Concepción y práctica teatral de las primeras comedias castellanas
by Albala Pelegrin, Marta, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2013: 268 pages; 3601853.
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Comic aesthetics and the effect of realism in the novel
by Nace, Michael Thomas, M.A.  Villanova University. 2008: 86 pages; 1450348.
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The genre of the Troubadours
by Pausig, Ashley, M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 45 pages; 1486355.
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Nomadic stages: On the emergence of literary drama in the age of Enlightenment
by Lande, Joel B., Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2010: 202 pages; 3432745.
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"I Got You": The Modern American Family and Latinx Reconfigurations in Netflix’s One Day at a Time
by Perez, Stephanie Melissa, M.A.  California State University, Los Angeles. 2019: 137 pages; 13880415.
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