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Part 1 Evaluate the extent to which each of the following terms of literary anal
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Evaluate the extent to which each of the following terms of literary analysis applies to Seneca’s play, using the definitions taught in this course:
Static character Dynamic character Dramatic irony Epiphany
A. When a term applies to the play, provide enough examples from the play to prove your assertion. Always provide the page number on which each example is found.
B. When a term does not apply to the play, explain in detail how you know that the term doesn’t apply.
Evaluate the extent to which Seneca uses each part of the “Structure of a Greek Tragedy,” as taught in this course.
A. When a part of the structure of a Greek tragedy is found in the play, give the page numbers on which it is found, and explain the purpose of that part of a play when it is found in a Greek tragedy.
B. When a part of the structure of a Greek tragedy is not found in the play, just give the page number on which it would have been located, if Seneca had actually included it in the play.
Regarding Greek and Roman dramatizations of mythology, the term of literary analysis tone means a playwright’s attitude towards the characters chosen for dramatization. For instance, anyone who writes a play that includes Creon could present Creon as wise, foolish, impulsive, power hungry, or eager to please everybody, just so long as the play retells the major events in Creon’s life. (In some Roman plays, the Roman playwrights look down upon Greek heroes and make the Greek heroes look bad on stage.)
A. Write 1 paragraph in which you identify Seneca’s tone regarding Oedipus. Explain how you know that your answer is correct.
B. Write 1 paragraph in which you identify Seneca’s tone regarding Jocasta. Explain how you know that your answer is correct.
C. Write 1 paragraph in which you identify Seneca’s tone regarding Creon. Explain how you know that you answer is correct.
Regarding Greek and Roman dramatizations of mythology, the term of literary analysis theme means a general truth about life that the playwright wants to share with the audience. A theme cannot be stated in a word or phrase, because words and phrases do not express complete thoughts. In other words, a theme can be stated only in a sentence, such as “Life is better when one has a best friend” or “Part of living is having problems.”
“Friendship” is not a theme. “Personal problems” is not a theme.
A theme is not a moral. A moral is a lesson that a playwright wants an audience to learn. “Don’t
make decisions when you are angry” is a moral. “Be kind to other people” is a moral.
A theme is a general truth about life that an audience already knows. The audience is not learning
anything new, and the audience is not being told how to behave.
A. Write 1 paragraph in which you identify a theme that Seneca is sharing with the audience. Explain in detail how you know that Seneca is sharing the theme that you have identified.
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