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1 b class 16 film

  1. 1. Class 16 EWRT 1B
  2. 2. Quarter Countdown • • • • Class 17: Terms Exam 3 Class 18: Library Workshop Class 19: Terms Exam Make-up or Re-take Class 22: – Terms Exam – In-class essay #5 (optional) – Research Paper: Essay #4 due – Revision of essay 2 or 3 due – Self-evaluation of homework due
  3. 3. AGENDA • Essay #3 Due: You should have submitted your essay electronically before class by emailing a copy saved in MS word to palmorekim@fhda.edu • Presentation: Terms for Exam 3 (next class) • Film Screening.
  4. 4. TERMS • Novel: a lengthy fictitious prose narrative portraying characters and presenting an organized series of events and settings. Novels are accounts of life and involve conflict, characters, action, settings, plot, and theme. This is considered the third stage of the development of imagination fiction, following the epic and the romance. • Pathos: A quality of a play’s action that stimulates the audience to feel pity for a character. Pathos is always an aspect of tragedy, and may be present in comedy as well.
  5. 5. • Personification: a figure of speech in which abstractions, animals, ideas, and inanimate objects are endowed with human form, character, traits, or sensibilities. • Protagonist: the leading character of a drama, novel, etc. This is not always the hero, but is always the principal and central character whose rival is the antagonist. • Scene: the place where some act or event occurs. Sometimes the term is used for an incident or situation in real life. It is also the division of an act of a play or a unit of dramatic action in which a single point is made or one effect obtained. • Drama: A prose or verse composition, especially one telling a serious story, that is intended for representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action. A serious narrative work or program for television, radio, or the cinema.
  6. 6. Homework • Reading: Defining the Trickster: This is posted under "Secondary Readings” • Post # 23: QHQ Film • Terms Exam #3: Class 19

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