Semester Exam Study Guide

Semester Exam Study Guide - Mitchell T. Heaton Fr....

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Mitchell T. Heaton Fr. Nathanael, OSB English Honors 1-H (1) 26 May 2009 Final Exam Study Guide __________________________________ Originally, what was the purpose of primitive drama? _____________________________________ Like early rituals, drama is based on what ability? __________________________________ The contribution of everything in a drama—audience and actors—is classified by what term? T or F Play must be economical and usually use far fewer words than a novel to tell their story. ______________________ What is known as the “skeleton” on which the rest of a play is built? Name the three types of conflict. 1)_____________________________ 2)_____________________________ 3)_____________________________ T or F Playwrights create unbalanced conflicts so that audiences often side with the “underdog”. Name the three strategies used by playwrights to develop characters. 1)_________________________ 2)_________________________ 3)_________________________ T or F Setting affects the mood of the play as well as the psychology of the characters. T
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