The Art of Dramatic Writing Topics for Discussion

Lajos Egri
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Do you think it is possible for a writer to go through a lifetime writing works based on instinct rather than being educated in the rules of story?

Is character the ultimate factor in having a good play, or is a proper story structure more important?

What is the more important aspect, action, or character?

Is there any time when static conflict can work well?

Why is it best not to underestimate the power of an audience's subconscious?

Can a play truly be good if it depends on just one scene, the 'obligatory scene,' to give it merit, while making the importance of things such as premise and characters, secondary?

In what ways can a writer still show how creative he is when writing under the fundamental principles taught in this book?

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