the play - • What is each character willing to do to...

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the play 29/10/2010 11:45:00 Reading the play Primarily dialogue, highly controlled structure, reflection of human experience,  be aware of what is not said, intention conveyed primarily through dialogue Dramatic Action Aristotle- Poetics 3 step building process complete and self contained, deliberately shaped, variety, interesting,  internally consistent Inciting Incident, Point of Attack, Exposition, Rising Action, Complications,  Crisis, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution Organizing Dramatic Action Unity, Plot, Character, Though, Diction, Music, Spectacle Analyzing Plays What are the given circumstances and how is this info conveyed?
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Unformatted text preview: • What is each character willing to do to achieve goals? Themes? • Where is attack, what is the MDQ? What is the tone?-consistent? ← Form In Drama • Tragedy, Comedy, Tragicomedy, Melodrama, Farce ← Style In Drama • Result of distinctive expression or presentation. Grounded in assumptions that are truthful and valuable. Results from the manner in which playwright manipulates the means of expression • Results from manner in which play is presented in theatre Oedipus Rex ← ← 29/10/2010 11:45:00 ← 29/10/2010 11:45:00 ←...
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