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by Harvey Rovine

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  • ISBN 0835720705
  • ISBN13 978-0835720700
  • Language English
  • Author Harvey Rovine
  • Publisher Umi Research Pr (September 1, 1989)
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Series: Theater and Dramatic Studies (Book 45). Paperback.

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ISBN 10: 0835718271 ISBN 13: 9780835718271.

Download Citation Silence and communication in Shakespeare's dramatic works . Offers a provocative roadmap to Shakespeare studies.

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Verse drama is any drama written as verse to be spoken; another possible general term is poetic drama. For a very long period, verse drama was the dominant form of drama in Europe (and was also important in non-European cultures). Greek tragedy and Racine's plays are written in verse, as is almost all of Shakespeare's drama, Ben Jonson, John Fletcher and others like Goethe's Faust.

The drama of antiquity is very different from the drama as we now know it. It had dignity, nobility, and power. Their stage was conventional or poetical while today’s stage is realistic

The drama of antiquity is very different from the drama as we now know it. It had little of the spontaneity and easy naturalness of modern plays. The Greek drama was cut up into situations or episodes, and between these episodes were choral recitations of great length. These choral recitations, though they had beauty and power, slowed the action and interrupted the forward movement of the story. Their stage was conventional or poetical while today’s stage is realistic. As an example, in Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens Timon is disgusted with mankind, hating all of the supposedly decent people he knows.

Theater, Drama - History and criticism. New York : H. Holt and company.

This book deals with the poetics of the human face, the art of physiognomy, and strategies of nonverbal communication in Shakespeare's plays. It offers new insight into Shakespeare's modes of characterisation, and his art of performance.