ASSIGNMENT ID
154390
SUBJECT AREA Arts
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Paper
TAGS History
CREATED ON 16th April 2017
COMPLETED ON 20th April 2017
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The Impact of Ancient Greek and Roman History on theater Art

1.Requirements: A research paper of minimum 12-15 pages is required of each undergraduate student for graduate students, You must submit proposal(s) for the instructor’s approval. Draft(s) must be submitted at least once prior to the deadline for the completed paper. No draft will be reviewed during the submission deadline’s week. Specific guidelines and possible topics will be discussed in class. 2. The topic I choose is "The Impact of Ancient Greek and Roman History on theater Art" 3. Course syllabus is in attachment.
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