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Studying Dramatic Literature - Plays and Drama - About.com
When studying a character in dramatic literature. There are several vital questions that should be explored: What motivates the character? How and why does ...
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A Creative Analysis of Dramatic Literature - Plays and Drama
Creative ways for students to analyze dramatic literature, plays, and the work of playwrights.
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Theater Basics: How To Read A Play Script - Plays and Drama
What is the best way to go about reading dramatic literature? At first, the student might feel as if she is reading a set of instructions. Most plays contain dialogue ...
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Dramatic Irony - Definition - Contemporary Literature - About.com
Dramatic irony is when the words and actions of the characters of a work of literature have a different meaning for the reader than they do for the characters.
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Dramatic Monologue - Classic Literature
A dramatic monologue is a lyric poem in which a speaker addresses a silent listener.
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Dramatic Irony - Classic Literature - About.com
What is dramatic irony? How does dramatic irony relate to literature? Read more about dramatic irony!
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Drama / Plays - Theater Productions - Classic Literature - About.com
The dramatic arts have played an important part in world literature since the Greeks first wrote their plays. Read more about how drama and theater have ...
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6 - A History of English Literature - Classic Literature - About.com
history of english literature john lyly social ferment comedy and tragedy stage ... For proper dramatic action they largely substitute ranting moralizing declamation  ...
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Character Arc - Analyze the Protagonist - Plays and Drama - About ...
When studying a character in dramatic literature. There are several vital questions that should be explored: What motivates the character? How and why does ...
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The Genre of Epic Literature and Poetry - Ancient/Classical History
Speeches make up so much of epic poems that Plato called epic poetry a mixture of dramatic and narrative literature, according to classical scholar Albin Lesky.
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