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ENGC13 - Ethnic Traditions - Feb 6.odt

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Department
English
Course
ENGC13H3
Professor
Urschel
Semester
Winter

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ENGC13Ethnic Traditions in American LiteratureOneills play in the theatreThere needs to be a different way of getting the inside outWhat does performance mean How do we perform an identity How do we get the inside of a character out on stageHistory of the Stage Irish PlayPrevious portrayals of Irish stagethThe Stage Irish man came around early 17 centuryShakespeare has an Irish character in Henry VCaptain MacmorrisCaptian Macmorris is a military captian in the English army and Shakespeare ridiculed to some extent his way of speakingWhat ish my NationTheres no indication of a struggle yet but reference to their struggle with the English accentCaptain questions his national identitythis is what the typical stage irish man keeps doingthThe Irish man in the 17 centuryPortrayed as unreliable belligerent impecunious dimwitted alcoholic Irish brogue th18 centuryAmiable and sentimental peasant or servant slightly naiive but honestproud of being Irishth19 centuryKnockabout comedy farcical or burlesque Irishmen paddywhackerymelodrama quickwitted humorous in their own right During this time Irish language kind of died out so it wa
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