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By Vera Zubarev(aka Ulea) PhD

ISBN-10: 0809324520

ISBN-13: 9780809324521

Using platforms concept to the comedies of Chekhov, Balzac, Kleist, Moliere, and Shakespeare, an idea of Dramatic style and the Comedy of a brand new style: Chess, Literature, and movie ways dramatic style from the perspective of the measure of richness and power of a character’s power. Its major concentration is to set up a strategy for interpreting the capability from multidimensional views, utilizing platforms pondering. the complete inspiration is an alternative choice to the Aristotelian plot-based method and is utilized to an research of western and japanese eu authors in addition to modern American film.           This leading edge examine contains 3 components: the 1st half is generally theoretical, providing a brand new definition of the dramatic as a class associated with basic platforms phenomena and supplying a brand new type of dramatic style. within the moment half, Ulea deals a textual research of a few works according to this new type. She analyzes comedies, tragedies, and dramas at the similar or comparable themes to be able to demonstrate what makes them belong to contrary varieties of dramatic genre.  Additionally, she considers the query of destiny and likelihood, in regards to tragedy and comedy, from the viewpoint of the predispositioning thought. within the 3rd half, Ulea explores an research of the comedy of a brand new type—CNT.  Her emphasis is at the integration of the half and the total in forthcoming the protagonist’s power. She introduces the time period quasi-strong capability which will exhibit the illusory energy of protagonists of the CNT and to teach the means of CNT’s research and synthesis.            Ulea’s learn starts off with the idea of the comedian, characteristically thought of synonymous with the laughable, and makes an attempt to technique it as self sustaining from the laughable and laughter. the need to accomplish that is dictated via the need to penetrate the enigmatic nature of Chekhov’s comedy. the result's an idea of Dramatic style and the Comedy of a brand new kind: Chess, Literature, and picture, a very new method of capability and structures thinking—which hasn't ever been a spotlight of dramatic concept earlier than. Such capability is the touchstone of the comedian and comedy, their everlasting simple attribute, the center and axis round which the comedic international spins.

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However, as my analysis reveals, all features mentioned by Guarini can be combined with different potentials; they may be structured as succecomedy, as tragicomedy, or as dramecomedy. Aristotelian Approach to Characters in Drama Behaviorism versus potential. The new classification combines the modern theory of predispositioning with the traditional observations on comedy and tragedy (taking into account their structural elements, such as types of outcomes). The new classification absorbs previous achievements and develops them in accordance with modern thinking.

Summary The structure of dramatic genre comprises types (pure and mixed) and branches (pure and mixed). Types are formed with characters’ potential— poor, average/above average, rich—and their inner valuations, which are correlated with the degree of strength of the potential. Branches appear as a result of a combination of types of potential and types of outcomes. In accordance with this, three pure main types are discussed: dramedy, drama, and comedy. The branches are the following: tragedy, succedy, open dramedy, happy/unhappy/open drama, and happy/unhappy/open comedy.

Those taken from name are like Phormio, Hecyra, Curculio, Epidicus. From place, like Andria, Leucadia, Brunducina. From deed, like Eunuchus, Asinaria, Captivi. . There are three forms of comedy. One is comoedia palliata, in which Greek costume is worn; some call this tabernaria. In comoedia togata, called so according to the type of the characters, the costume of togas is desired. Comoedia Attelana is composed of witticisms and jokes, which in themselves have an old elegance. (29) Marvin T. Herrick notes: He [Donatus] also listed a variety of Roman dramatic forms, such as praetextata, togata, attellana, rhyntonica, tabernaria, mimus, without describing any of them in detail.

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