Drama 3

Drama 3 - Robert Williams 712339197 DRAM 115 Sect 003...

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Robert Williams 712339197 DRAM 115, Sect. 003 Response #3 Scene 26 does a great job of literary expressionism. Woyzeck is by himself at the pond and is trying to hide the bloody knife in the pond. Everything is distorted for subjective truth; with Woyzeck repeating everything he says such as “the knife, the knife!” or there, there’s a spot, and there’s another”. He overly contemplates every thought and even tries talking to Marie. He asks her questions even though she is dead like “Why are you so pale, Marie” and “Did you forget to twist your braids today” both giving a dreamlike quality to the act. Also, expressing every one of his thoughts makes it seem very dreamlike kind of like being in an alternate reality. Furthermore, his extreme emotional state about not getting caught seems to alienate himself in this scene which is a major part of expressionism. All in all, the scene is also very abstract. Some of the things that Woyzeck points out are very random and seem pointless
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