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Dramatic Terms These are general dramatic terms you will have to knowExamples given pertain to “Julius Caesar”
Aside Words spoken in an undertone not meant to be heard by everyone on stage
Monologue Long, uninterrupted speech made by one characterexample: Mark Antony’s funeral oration
Soliloquy Long speech made by one character alone on stage> The audience may learn the thoughts of character (thinking out loud) example> Mark Antony alone with Caesar’s body
Personification Giving human qualities to something not human - figurative language example> “The heart is thirsty for that noble pledge.”
Simile Comparison of two unlike things using “as, like, or than”example> “I am as constant as the Northern Star.”
Metaphor Direct comparison example> “I am the Northern Star.”
Hyperbole Over exaggerationexample>” I’m so hungry I could eat a cow!!”
Dramatic Structure Introduction Characters Setting ConflictJulius Caesar> Act I
Rising Action ComplicationsJulius Caesar> Brutus joins the conspiracy planning of the assassination
Climax Highest point of interest>everything begins to unravel from here Assassination of Caesar Mark Antony’s funeral speech
Falling Action Events continue to unravel and begin to move towards a resolution Mark Antony, Octavius, Brutus and Cassius Armies established
Resolution Things are “tied together”. All pieces of the puzzle are put together. May NOT be a happy ending. Mark Antony avenges Caesar Brutus dies Cassius dies Brutus honored
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