The Art of Dramatic Writing Quiz

Lajos Egri
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What verb means to lay stress upon stress? (from Book III: Conflict, Chapters 1 -2)


The author takes a look at when a play's story moves from something like love to hate, and claims that in order to have this, things need to be _____. (from Book II: Character, Chapters 10 - 11)


When focusing on exactly how the pivotal character will come to lead a cause, the author explains that something is to be _____. (from Book II: Character, Chapters 4 - 9)


In Book IV: General, Chapter 13: Writing for Television, the author excerpts a television script co-written by two of his students produced by _____. (from Book IV: General, Chapters 9 - 14)


Why does the man in the author's short skit in Book III: Conflict, Chapter 2: Cause and Effect realize he cannot date a girl? (from Book III: Conflict, Chapters 1 -2)

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