Chapter13 - Nonhuman Characters Chapter 13 Dramatic...

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Chapter 13 Dramatic Characters The Theater Experience Chapter 13 Dramatic Characters Blanche DuBois King Lear Hamlet Antigone Willy Loman
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Chapter 13 Dramatic Characters The Theater Experience Types of Characters There are many types of characters that playwrights create: Extraordinary Characters Representative or Quintessential Characters Stock Characters Characters with a Dominant Trait Minor Characters A Narrator or Chorus
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Unformatted text preview: Nonhuman Characters Chapter 13 Dramatic Characters The Theater Experience Using Dramatic Characters Effectively Juxtaposition of Characters Protagonist and Antagonist Contrasting Characters Major and Minor Characters Orchestration of Characters Dramatic Characters are symbols of people; therefore, the basic confrontation in theater is with ourselves...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course THE 26.209 taught by Professor Krupp during the Spring '05 term at Bloomsburg.

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