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Unformatted text preview: Example: Noras explanation of her actions With Mrs. Linde pp. 255-258 With Torvald pp. 290-294 o Subtext often at odds with text Page 287: Dr. Rank and Nora, Thanks for the light. Playwrights associated with early Realism: o Anton Chekhov (Russia) o Henrik Ibsen (Norway) o George Bernard Shaw (England) Implications for the Stage (3): Performance o Representational performances o Illusion of moment by moment reality o Systematize the acting process Konstantin Stanislavsky and the inside/out Not Real Enough: Realism sparked many reactions o Naturalism-Zola-Designed to be a slice of life Action not selected (too artificial!) so often lacked narrative drive Slow Seedy characters: Life as it is, not as youd like it to be. A host of avant-garde isms...
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