Objects & Places from The Art of Dramatic Writing

Lajos Egri
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Premise

This term refers to the meaning behind a play, something the writer wants to prove.

Pivotal Character

A play will not work without this central figure who drives the story.

Tridimensionality

This element in character development consists of physiology, sociology, and psychology.

Orchestration

This refers to the process of finding two differing bodies and making these characters so well defined that you are allowed to put them into a situation in which they are unable to make a compromise.

Growth

This process of character development is deemed important throughout the entirety of the play.

Conflict

Without this dramatic element, a play ceases to exist and is quite boring.

Transition

This element is imperative because it shows how a character can move from one emotion to another by showing each step in the movement.

Jumping

This refers to the action of characters quickly moving from one emotion to...

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