DRAM 115 _ Final

DRAM 115 _ Final - 4/11/2011- missed class Example: clip...

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4/11/2011- missed class Example: clip from A Streetcar named Desire American Values Progress Perfectability Mastery Modern Tragedy William’s Dramaturgy: American Modernism Naturalism combined with alternate systel; poetic realism Conflicts between real and ideal Explores character and psychology Purity vs. corruption in modern world Symbolic settings, objects, production elements Focus: please for human dignity Sins of the Father 4/13/2011 American Drama Playwriting and Theatre Practice Naturalism and Its Variants Family Plays American Identity and the American Dream Wilson American Realism Contemporary Anti-Hero o Protagonist of Street Car Named Desiree does not have desirable characteristics Method Influence: Character Exploration o Explore character rather than focusing on plot American Themes Themes The American Character and Experience
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Passing of the Old South Post-War Urban America The Troubled American Family Class, Gender, Marriage, Economics Human Sexuality Illusion vs. Reality Core American Beliefs Self-Determination Individualism Reinvention American Values Progress Perfectability Mastery Modern Tragedy
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course DRAM 115 taught by Professor Adamdavidson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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