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She’s devastated and leavesoHe reveals to Hedda that he actually intentionally lost it because he cannot restore his honorAs Eilert is leaving Hedda gives him a pistol the same one she once pointed at himAct 4Aunt Rina has died and everyone is in mourningEilert can’t be foundHedda announces to Tesman that she has burned the manuscript because she “wanted to protect him from somebody eclipsing him”oI seriously doubt itBrack comes and tells everyone that Eilert shot himself in the chest with the gun Hedda gave him and is dyingoLater tells Hedda that he did not shoot himself and that he is already deadHedda starts going crazyBrack has said he knows it was her gun and that he will keep quiet, Hedda is under his powerShe becomes crazier and shoots herself “People don’t do that sort of thing”
Lecture 1730/08/2010 13:03:00Henrik IbsenRevolts against unaccepted values of contemporary societyDramaturgyoRealism of character and themeWe have to be more self-reflectiveoProse as dramatic languageoElimination of soliloquies and asidesoClose attention to motivation and subtextoSymbolism in a concrete contextoNo conventional closure or easy resolution“Miss Julie”Values challeneged in both Mrs. Julie and Hedda GableroMarriageoFamilyoMoralityoGender RolesoEconomics
Miss Julie30/08/2010 13:03:00August StrindbergAct 1
Lecture 18: Defying Gravity30/08/2010 13:03:00“In our times every literary work has the mission of extending boundary lines” – Ibsen’Ibsen jumps from emotion to emotion much more quickly than Hedda GablerMiss Julie is always trying to justify her actionsModern Drama 2;Anti-NaturalismTheatricalitySubjective ExperienceMovie: Miss JulieBird is killed because it is Miss Julie’s last tie to the houseAsserting control over Miss Julie
Lecture 19: Modern Drama Throwdown 30/08/2010 13:03:00Ibsen & Strindberg in contextSociety PhilosophyTechnologyDramaturgyMelodramaWell-made PlayNaturalismAnti-Naturalism: ExpressionismTheatre PracticeDirectorActor Training [Stanislavsky]oFather of modern actingoSystem of actor training helped bridge the gap between the fictional role and the actor performing itIndependent Theatre MovementoSmall theatres that exist outside the commercial marketoDevelopment for plays started hereIbsen and StrindbergBoth expressive of a major transitional period in historyBoth Modernist formal innovators [W(U)MP + SUPERNATURALISM]

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