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Unformatted text preview: Parodos . The entrance of the chorus, usually chanting a lyric that bears some relation to the main theme of the play. Episode . The counterpart of the modern act or scene, in which the plot is developed through action and dialogue between the actors, with the chorus sometimes playing a minor role. Stasimon . The choral ode. A stasimon comes at the end of each episode so that the tragedy is a measured alternation between these two elements. Exodos . The final action after the last stasimon, ended by the ceremonial exit of all the players...
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- Fall '08