Book review: May, Shaun (2016). A Philosophy of Comedy on Stage and Screen: You Have to Be There. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. London: Bloomsbury, 213 pp. ISBN: 9781472580436

Vicky Manteli

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Book review: May, Shaun (2016). A Philosophy of Comedy on Stage and Screen: You Have to Be There. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. London: Bloomsbury, 213 pp. ISBN: 9781472580436

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Heidegger; Phenomenology; Comedy

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