This chapter discusses the theatrical features and dramatic form of the three plays we are studying. We have already considered the nature of numerous scenes in performance, as we have studied extracts in the preceding chapters. In this chapter we will therefore show some techniques which help to give a broader overview of a play’s dramatic organisation. It is hoped that the (inevitably) brief treatment in this chapter will provoke ideas for further study of the plays’ dramatic elements.
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