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Elements of Drama

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on 28 September 2014

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Transcript of Elements of Drama

Elements of Drama
By CVS
ACT
ASIDE
CAST
COMEDY
DIALOGUE
DRAMA
DRAMATIC IRONY
FOIL
MONOLOGUE
SCENE
TRAGEDY
TRAGIC HERO
a division within a play, much like the chapters of a novel
lines that are spoken by a character directly to the audience
characters; a listing of the characters who appear on the stage
a humorous work of drama
conversation between two or more characters
a work of literature designed to be performed in front of an audience
when the audience or reader knows something that the characters in the story do not know
a character who is much like another character in class, rank, and background, but has opposite traits which provide a contrast and conflict between the two characters
a long speech spoken by a character to himself, another character, or to the audience
a division of an act into smaller parts
italicized comments that indentify parts of the setting or the use of props or costumes, give further information about a character, or provide background information
a serious work of drama in which the hero suffers catastrophe or serious misfortune, usually because of his own actions
a protagonist with a fatal flaw which eventually leads to his demise
STAGE DIRECTION
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