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1. What are the 6 parts of the poetics a. Melody, plot, character, spectacle, language/diction, theme 2. What is the difference between a protagonist and antagonist 3. What is the definition of plot vs story 4. Dramatic Conflict a. We crave the problem. i. What is pathos? ii. Suffering: we connect with the suffering b. What is empathy i. We see the suffering and it is reflected in our own lives 5. Difference between novel vs film a. Cinematography, dramatic, action 6. True or false: Aristotle was a successful Greek…. FALSE. HE WAS A PHILOSOPHER 7. What is catharsis? 8. What is the state of verisimilitude? a. When we are lifted or elevated to a sensory mood. It is making us feel something. i. Ex. Heart race, worry, scared, cry 9. The suspension of disbelief a. There is no way to be in the state of verisimilitude unless we suspend our belief 10. What is an Aesthetic? a. The way something is supposed to look i. Ex. A room full of college students with desks, chairs, books, laptops should be in a classroom setting 11. What is misensen a. Everything you can see with the camera b. What are the elements of misensen i. Props, actors, setting, scenery, costumes, makeup, characterizations 12. What are diagetic sounds vs nondiagetic sounds a. Diagetic sound: In the world of the story i. Ex. The phone rings, they hear it and we hear it b. Nondiagetic sounds: The character does not hear the sound but we hear the sound i. Ex. Orchestra playing during a scary scene c. Diagesis: comes from the greek root of digest 13. What is melodrama a. The drama with music added on to get the heightened sense of feeling b.
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  • Fall '17
  • KEVIN SLAY
  • Poetics, Supreme Court of the United States, Climax, i. Ex

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