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Unformatted text preview: o EX: Shakespeare (writer) o EX: Crash (movie) o May be chronological but in episodes-Dramatic conflict o Individual vs. Self Person fighting within self for moral dilemma Fighting with addictions or mental illness (will power) o Individual vs. Individual Competing (every reality show today) One trying to get the other to not complete goal Real life: elections o Individual vs. society Flaw that needs to be corrected o Individual vs. Universe Fate (Oedipus) Fighting with the ways of nature Gods (fighting against) Crisis of faith, natural disaster o A Good play may have more than one conflict-Protagonist and Antagonist o Protagonist Main character (one you are following) Doesn’t have to be good or noble o Antagonist Force or person trying to prevent protagonist from achieving goal Can be person, force, storm, etc. o No guarantee protagonist will win....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course DRAMA 2000 taught by Professor Pittenger during the Spring '08 term at UGA.
- Spring '08