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As Arnold Hauser explains in his Social History of Art, in the beginning, the
theater was the chorus, the mass, the people.10 They were the true protagonist.
When Thespis invented the protagonist, he immediately "aristocratized" the
Notes for Chapter 1 1 Arnold Hauser, The Social History of Art, trans. Stanley
Godman, 4 vols. (New York: Vintage Books, Inc., 1957), 1:83, 84-85, 87. 2G. W. F.
Hegel, The Philosophy of Fine Art, trans. F. P. B. Osmaston, 4 vols. (London: G.
In his book The Social History of Art, while analyzing the social function of Greek
tragedy, Arnold Hauser writes that "the externals of its presentation to the masses
were democratic, but its content, the heroic sagas with their tragi-he roic outlook ...
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