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The Architecture of Drama: Plot, Character, Theme, Genre and Style - , Joe and Robin Stockdale

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Many of the world's greatest dramas have sprung not only from the creative impulses of the authors but also from the time-honored principles of structure and design that have forged those impulses into coherent and powerful insights. An understanding of these principles is essential to the craft of creating and interpreting works of drama for the stage or screen. The Architecture of Drama provides an introduction to these principles, with particular emphasis placed on how a drama's structural elements fit together to create meaningful and entertaining experiences for audiences.

Author: Letwin, David
Author: Stockdale, Joe and Robin
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Illustration: N
Language: ENG
Title: The Architecture of Drama: Plot, Character, Theme, Genre and Style
Pages: 00208 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2008-07-25
SKU-13/ISBN: 9780810861299
Category: Performing Arts : Theater - History & Criticism
Category: Performing Arts : Film & Video - History & Criticism

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