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Various Elements of the Play "Two"

Summary: Essay is about the play "Two" and various dramatical elements of the play, such as form, structure, and context.
Shakespeare's play `The Comedy of Errors' is a `well made play' (unlike `Two' which was episodic) and so has a beginning, middle and an end; or, in dramatical terms, an exposition, a development and a denouement.

The timescale of the play is one day. The ending is an important time as it's when everything will come to ahead. The execution will occur, the debt should be paid and there should be a meeting between Antipholus and the merchant. Tension is built up because the audience is aware of this timescale.

The climax of danger (and death - Egeon's execution becoming closer) is coupled with the danger of discovery; if the twins' real identities are found then the plot is ruined and the play is over. Therefore timing has to be accurately placed and the exits and entrances to be in the correct...

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