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DRAMA208 Chapter Notes -Serif, Basileus


Department
Drama
Course Code
DRAMA208
Professor
Darren De Lorey

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October 1 10/1/2012 9:02:00 AM
Typical Structure of a Greek Tragedy
Prologos PSP(s)
Parados Chorus
Episode #1 PSP(s) (w/ch)
Ch. Ode Ch
Episode #2 PSP(s) (w/ch)
Ch. Ode Ch
Episode #3 PSP(s) (w/ch)
Ch. Ode Ch
Episode #4 PSP(s) (w/ch)
Ch. Ode Ch
Episode #5 PSP(s) (w/ch)
Exodus Ch
psp = principle speaking performer
ch = chorus
all wear the same outfits and the same masks
look like 15+ identical human individuals; represent the community
basileus
used to attach Agamemnon to the world of the bronze age (rather
than the classical age)
write paper double spaced in a serif font @ 12 point. ie Times
do NOT use right hand marginalization (make it normal)
MLA citation format NOT APA
October 12 10/1/2012 9:02:00 AM
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“Now all my suffering is passed”
fold and hall: if you were rich you were always in danger of being
robbed or murdered, so you had a watchdog in the fold and hall
the stay that keeps the ship alive: Greeks did not like the water, greatly
feared it
October 24 10/1/2012 9:02:00 AM