5 Drama Terms Trifles By Susan Glaspell [309 Words]

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After Reading Trifles

Choose any five of the terms from the list below In bullet form, supply the term with an example of how that technique is being used in the play and why it is important to the play.

EXAMPLE:

Gesture: When Mrs Hale opens the box, she immediately puts her hand to her nose. This is important because the audience understands that it isn't just a pretty box; there is something in the box worth noting.

Terms:

Aside

Catastrophe

Catharsis

Comedy

Comic Relief

Convention

Deus ex machine

Dramatic Monologue

Dramatis personae

Fourth Wall

Gesture

Monologue

Pathos

Props

Recognition

Resolution

Reversal

Rising Action

Satire

Soliloquy

Stage Direction

Staging

Subplot

Tragedy

Tragic Flaw

Tragic Hero

Unities

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