Talk:Classicism

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This is a really poor article. Someone please improve it. Perhaps use the articles on classicism in other languages to help? Also some distinction needs to be made in English between classicism and neoclassicism. The section on Shakespeare and French classicism is particularly egregious. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 209.2.223.89 (talk) 00:03, 10 May 2014 (UTC)


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Classical Art[edit]

I think somebody has to add a part about Clasical Art in this because Classicism affects art. Molière should be mentioned as one of the first playwrights that broke this rule, at least in "Dom Juan"

Most importantly...[edit]

"...it brought about polytheism, or "paganism". 1. How did a belief in Classicism bring about a religious conversion? 2. Why is it the "most" important? No attack on Classicism nor on the Pagans, but it seems like a non sequiter. 76.90.236.113 (talk) 21:57, 6 February 2011 (UTC)

Added template[edit]

... to tie subjects together.--Amadscientist (talk) 01:05, 23 February 2012 (UTC)