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Literature | Glossary of Drama Terms - McGraw Hill Higher Education


The purging of the feelings of pity and fear that, according to Aristotle, occur in the audience of tragic drama. The audience experiences catharsis at the end of ...

Drama Terms: 15 Brief Definitions


Drama Terms: 15 Brief Definitions. ... Dramatic irony: the words or acts of a character may carry a meaning unperceived by the character but understood by the ...

Glossary of Dramatic Terms


Glossary of Dramatic Terms. Note: The Glossary is in alphabetical order. Act: A major division in a play. An act can be sub-divided into scenes. (See scene).

Glossary of Dramatic terms and Glossary flashcards - WW Norton ...


Glossary of Dramatic terms and Glossary flashcards. Interactive flashcards help students review their knowledge of approximately 200 terms.

Drama Glossary - KET


... Levels: K-12. Resource Types: Glossary Terms, Word Wall Printouts (3) ... Download and print 51 drama terms appropriate for primary students (PDF format ):

Basic Literary Terms - Drama - Dr. Kristi Siegel


Asides, brief comments by an actor who addresses the audience but is assumed not to be heard by the other characters on the stage. Dialogue, the lines spoken ...

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Drama - Examples and Definition of Drama - Literary Devices


Definition, Usage and a list of Drama Examples in literature. Drama is a mode of fictional representation through ... Definition and Examples of Literary Terms ...

Hartley—Drama Terms


English Reference: Drama Terms. George Hartley ... In the Middle Ages, the term expanded to include narrative poems with happy endings and a lighter tone.

theatre vocabulary - KQED


Climax. The point of greatest dramatic tension or transition in a theatrical work. Cold reading ... The term can also refer to forms that are more specific to a given  ...