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Unformatted text preview: Gregory Sicard PYGMALION A play is romantic when it surpasses what is really there. It is a fallacy if you want to relate it to the real world. Many plays convey this and often confuse the reader leading them to the conclusion that it may be real or an incident in the play actually happened to someone that the reader knew. If a play is romantic it cannot be compared to events that occurred in real life. A play is realistic if it can be related to the real world. Something that happened in the world can relate to a play if it is realistic. Realistic stands for something real. It can be depicted in the play with something in real life. Realistic plays tend to be more entertaining because people can relate to it and understand while romantic plays just set off a fantasy realm in which the readers like to engage in. the author does a good job juxtaposing both romantic and realistic incorporating the play. Therefore I believe that either way it is realistic I have more evidence in believing that it is romantic....
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course THEA 1001 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at CUNY Brooklyn.
- Fall '08
- Pygmalion, Higgins