• Happy Prince
    term “interior monologue”. However it is more useful to see “interior monologue” as one of the many techniques used by the authors to represent the process of consciousness in a character. Interior monologue is a method that undertakes to present to the reader the course and rhythm of consciousness...
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  • Literary Terms
    – a story written to be performed by actors 17. dramatic irony – a contradiction between what a character thinks and what the reader or audience know to be true 18. dramatic monologue – a poem or speech in which a fictional character addresses a silent listener 19. exposition – writing...
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  • Life Might Seem Hard but Ya Gotta Keep Climbin'
    about life. The free verse poem is written in a personal tone. Through the use of dramatic monologue and diction you can imagine a middle-aged, Negro woman with no formal education but lots of life experiences and street smarts. Through the use of an extended metaphor, which is a metaphor that...
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  • Brother, My Brother - Bienvenido Santos BOOK REPORT
    people that tried to fool him was written on the story. C. Aspects in author’s life It is as is that the author did portray himself as his brother which the author tells his brother’s story but on the contrary, it was the author’s story in real which the author wants a brother, sister, or any...
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  • How do the poets compare the theme of Love?
    written in the writers’ own style. The poem “My Last Duchess” was written in 1842 and was included in his Dramatic Lyrics collection of poems, which was the third volume in a self-published series entitled ‘Bells and Pomegranates’, written by Robert Browning. This poem is about material love...
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  • My Works
    ordered a servant girl’s head be shaved. It was here that he wrote Florante at Laura—In fact, the events of this poem were meant to parallel his own situation. He wrote his poems in Tagalog, during an age when Filipino writing was predominantly written in Spanish. Balagtas published Florante at Laura...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    To kill a mockingbird. The text under analysis is an extract of a novel «To kill a mockingbird» written by a famous American writer Harper Lee. It is her first novel. It received almost unanimous critical acclaim several and several awards, the Pulitzer Prize among them (1961). This book is a...
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  • xtina
    usually in one act. As written by Filipinos at the turn of the century, it often revolves on an aspect of Filipino contemporary life, e.g. divorce, gambling, and other social vices, usually in the framework of a love story. During its golden age from 1900 to 1940, the drama was performed in a series...
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  • Drama Research Paper
    structure of dramatic texts, unlike other forms of literature, is directly influenced by this collaborative production and collective reception. ELEMENTS OF DRAMA * Music/Rhythm: Aristotle - the rhythm of the actors' voices as they speak.   * Spectacle: the visual elements that the audience...
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  • Analysys of "To his Coy Mistress", by Andrew Marvell
    “To his Coy Mistress” is a poem written by Andrew Marvell, which takes advantage of the idea of time passing (Carpe Diem) to convince his mistress to have sex with him in a dramatic monologue. The poet succeeds to write a quite convincing poem by using reasoning, metaphors, similes, and, most...
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  • commentary on the poem medusa
    point of view of the story. The word choice in the poem brings the voice of the character out. Because the poem is a dramatic monologue, personal pronouns and the repetition of the words “I” and “my” are used. This shows that the character is expressing her self, and receiving a chance to...
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  • Blah
    themselves, but they also create settings within the monologues with their use of vivid imagery. In Browning's works, the characters almost seem to take control of the story line, creating a poem of their own. Other authors whose works included dramatic monologues are Robert Frost and T.S. Elliot E...
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  • assignment
    anovel written in,of course, Tagalog. 35. TAGALOGNOVEL is one of the first literarynovels writtenby Filipino author LopeK. Santos inthe Tagalog language in1906. As a book thatwas considered as the"Bible of working classFilipinos", the pages ofthe novel revolvesaround the life of Delfin,his love...
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  • 1st Semester Literary Terms
    ) 83.      soliloquy: a long speech made by one character who is alone onstage 84.      dramatic foil: a character who has a trait opposite that of another character (used for contrast) 85.      monologue: long speech by an actor (who is on stage with other actors) 86.      oxymoron: word or...
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  • Poetry Throughout the Ages
    . At the time in England great changes were taking place including- the Industrial Revolution and Darwin's New Theory. Factories and Machinery were all in the making and religion and tradition were starting to fall in society. Victorian poems were normally in a form of dramatic monologue. Other Poets...
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  • Literary Terms
    reactions against the materialism and commercialism of the Victorian industrial era, as well as a reaction against the Victorian convention of art for morality’s sake, or art for money’ sake. 30. Dramatic monologue (戏剧独白)– Browning’s chief contribution to English poetry, which resembles a...
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  • Ib English Literary Elements
    bookeducated readers (Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and John Keats's "La Belle Dame Sans Merci") 3. Dramatic Monologue: a poem written as a speech made at some decisive or revealing moment; usually addressed by the speaker to someone else; first developed by Robert...
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  • Cadence in Shakespeare
    had determined five to be the most satisfying number of iambic feet per line for English dramatic, or heroic, verse.” Furthermore, In Speak the Speech! Shakespeare’s Monologues Illuminated, authors Rhona Silverbush and Sami Plotkin explain that “Verse is an efficient and compelling means of...
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  • Polities
    ,” Henry James experimented with the epistolary point of view by presenting the story through a series of letters written by six persons living in a French boarding house. Interior monologue (author focuses on a character’s thoughts) and dramatic monologue (author lets the character speak to one or more...
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  • Notes on Drama
    to life only on the stage. On the stage it combines many arts those of the author, director, actor, designer, and others. Dramatic performance involves an intricate process of rehearsal based upon imagery inherent in the dramatic text. A playwright first invents a drama out of mental imagery. The...
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