UNIT SIX. POST WORLD WAR II. American Prose Since 1945: Realism and Experimentation.By patsy
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Drama Drama Drama. Karpman Drama Triangle A way of understanding. Winners Triangle A new way of communicating. Kim Gregory. Rescuer. Persecutor. Stephen Karpman Drama Triangle. Criticize, put downs, sarcastic, bully, angry Have a rigid authoritative stance Blame other people
DRAMA II Modern Drama. Lecture 23. SYNOPSIS. Themes of Pygmalion (Conti …) 2. Theme of Transformation 3. Theme of Identity 4. Theme of Appearance 5. Theme of Manipulation. Themes. PYGMALION. Themes. 2. Theme of Transformation.
DRAMA II Modern DRAMA. Lecture 21. SYNOPSIS. A Conclusive Talk George Bernard Shaw The Myth Behind the Play Contextual Background George Bernard Shaw’s Philosophy Plot Overview Characters, Role, Relationship, Conflicts & Significance Themes and the major Conflicts. Pygmalion.
Drama II Modern Drama. Dr Irum Zulfiqar , Applied Linguist Assistant Professor and Manager Research Operations (ORIC) Department of Humanities Faculty of Social Sciences LTC Block Air University E-9 Islamabad firstname.lastname@example.org. Lecture 1 Synopsis.
DRAMA II Modern Drama. Lecture 28. SYNOPSIS. Plot Type and Analysis: Development and Structure Suspense Denouement Conclusion Literary Devices in Pygmalion Settings Pygmalion Genre Tone Writing Style Title, Beginning and Ending. Pygmalion Genre & Tone. Drama, Realism.
DRAMA II Modern Drama. Lecture 15. SYNOPSIS. 1. SUMMARY: Waiting for Godot 2. Summary and Analysis Act I: Introduction & Pozzo and Lucky's Entrance Act II: Introduction & Pozzo and Lucky's Entrance 3. Discussion Questions / Aspects to be analyzed. SUMMARY.
DRAMA II Modern Drama. Lecture 22. SYNOPSIS. Plot Overview (Summary) Themes Language & Communication Transformation Identity Appearance Manipulation Society and Class Women and Femininity Dreams, Hopes and Plans Middle Class Morality. Plot summary ACT I-V. PYGMALION.
DRAMA II Modern Drama. Lecture 30. Sean O’Casey was born in 1818 and died in 1964 . The play has been written on the background of Irish Civil War , which has been going for centuries. Irish Civil War. Juno and the Paycock: Jingois. Jingoism. flag waving
DRAMA. Contents. What is Drama? Elements of Drama Kinds of Drama Forms of Drama. DRAMA. Drama comes from Greek words “ dran ” meaning "to do" or "to act." It also referred to as “play”.
DRAMA. THE ELEMENTS OF DRAMA. WHAT IS DRAMA?. Drama, or a play, is a form of literature in which the author tells the story through dialogue. Drama has all of the elements of fiction including: