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9/29/11 Quiz Begins After Class (9am) In the “Assignments” folder on Blackboard Covers last Friday and Monday’s course material Due by 7:30am Friday. No exceptions. We are expecting that you are doing this work on your own. You have agreed to uphold UT’s Honor Code in
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9/29/11 Checking back with Aristotle Six parts of tragedy: Plot, Character, Thought,  Diction (Language), Music (Sound), Spectacle 
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9/29/11 Thought Themes, arguments, and overall meaning of  the action We find meaning through thought in the Character relationships Ideas associated with unsympathetic characters Types of conflicts and resolutions
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9/29/11 Diction How is language used? How is silenced used? What do we know about the world of the play  by the way characters speak to one another?
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9/29/11 Music & Spectacle Music: What you HEAR Spectacle: What you SEE Consider how music & spectacle affect your  experience as an audience member
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9/29/11 Style The manner in which the play is presented How does the play present reality? Style of a play is determined by a playwright’s  concept of truth and their point of view Production design For example: Presentational vs.  Representational or Poetic vs. Realistic
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/29/11 “Evolution” of Theatre
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