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9/29/11 From previous classes l What is the purpose of a critic? l EF’s main argument of what criticism should be/do l Criticism should be respectful but not either full of praise or chastizing
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9/29/11 Constructing an Argument! l Name it: state your claim l Explain it: explain what you mean l Prove it: give evidence l Conclude it: So what?: what is the
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9/29/11 Theatrical Style l “The distinctive manner in which a playwright chooses to describe, express, interpret, or present his or her worldview.” l How does what we see on stage (or read on a page) reflect author’s perspective as well as comment on a larger human condition?
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9/29/11 Realism l Premise: art should show life as it is. l Explores social/econ problems, psychological issues, personal struggles of ordinary people p. 197 l Mimetic style of theatre
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9/29/11 Elements of Realism l l Representational l Language echoes everyday vernacular
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course TD 301 taught by Professor Dvoskin during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas.

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