What's in a play: dramatic action

United States, 1967

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Analyses dramatic action, a basic element of all plays, and illustrates it through the use of simple drama - a conflict between a salesman and a customer. Understanding dramatic action can help the student to analyse the structure of any play, and enchance their enjoyment of it.

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Film Associates of California


James Stinson



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