12-6-2010 Master Harold Notes & Final review

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12-6-2010 Review for Final Updated/new study guide o Aligned better with material o Know things in bold Not only job but components of job – see Actor’s Toolbox o New vocabulary o Everyman, Krapps, Othello, A dll’s House Don’t worry about details and specifics within the plots – NO QUOTES from these plays More general theme, play, time written, type, TRUE/FALSE most likely o Last 4 – Know characters, specifics in plots – QUOTES o Wednesday be in office 12:00 – 12:30pm if any last minute questions Master Harold During Apartheid of South Africa Father is still sick o Black man/servant named Sam says he should stay in hospital o Suggest it gets lonely in there with patients and nurses Son suggests its worse at home with him at school and mom in business Boy complains life is a bloody mess
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“princicple of perpetual disappointment” – Hally (boy) Sam seems to try and make things right and look on the positive side – optimist Hally is a pessimist o Wants to be left alone when Sam tries to chear him up and begins making Hally in better spirits Sam teaches other servant to dance a little and instructs him while Hally is working Sam thinks its funny to do assignment on dance annual contest bc teacher doesn’t think its good to do anything on black events Describes dance o Only standing room left o People coming from all over o Hally is now interested intellectually Thinking of writing paper on the subject Thinks event is more significant
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