Part II: Describe the physical/biological aspects of the character as revealed in the play or as you infer from information provided in the play.

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File Pg. 47 The Essential Theater.pdf Pg. 47 The Essential Theater.pdf – Alternative Formats (926.483 KB)
This assignment is due Sunday night of Week Three and is worth 25 points.

Extra Credit of 10% if turned in by Wednesday of Week Three. (February 18, 2020)

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In the past two weeks, you have been introduced to classic play: , A Doll’s House.

A Doll’s House

Choose one of these plays to read in its entirety. (Please use the links above to read and quote from the play.) Then, write a response of 3-4 pages (1000-1200 words) based on the following prompt:

Which character in the play interests or appeals to you most? Using the four levels of characterization on pg. 47 of your textbook four levels of characterization on pg. 47 of your textbook – Alternative Formats

, describe this character’s physical, societal, psychological, and moral aspects. Support your description with at least five pieces of information from the play. These may include direct quotes, descriptions of actions or stage business, and choices made by the character during the course of the play.

All papers should be in MLA or APA format. Students must include a complete bibliographic reference (in MLA or APA format) for the website or book from which they retrieved the play and for their textbook, pg. 47, from which they retrieved the four levels of characterization and possibly other information. No other sources may be used.

Students will be graded on the depth and thoughtfulness of their responses to the questions. Students MUST reference the four levels of characterization on pg. 47 if the textbook. Any paper not referencing these levels from the book will not receive a passing grade. Any indication that the student did not actually read the play in question—such as not understanding basic plot points or characterizations—will result in a failing grade. Shallow or superficial responses will not receive a passing grade.

OUTLINE FOR PAPER

Part I: Describe characterization model from pg. 47 of your textbook. Remember to cite.
Part II: Describe the physical/biological aspects of the character as revealed in the play or as you infer from information provided in the play.
Part III: Describe the socio-economic aspects of the character as revealed in the play or as you infer from information provided in the play.
Part IV: Describe the psychological aspects of the character as revealed in the play or as you infer from information provided in the play.
Part V: Describe the moral aspects of the character as revealed in the play or as you infer from information provided in the play.
Part VI: Conclusion
A word of advice: each play has a number of interesting characters. Do not restrict yourself to the main characters (Oedipus or Nora); characters like Creon, Jocasta, Krogstad, Torvald and Christine Linde are very interesting and there is plenty of information on these characters in their respective plays.

Plagiarism rules are in force. If you have any questions about plagiarism, you may look at one of these websites for a refresher:

http://plagiarism.org/article/what-is-plagiarism

http://turnitin.com/assets/en_us/media/plagiarism-spectrum/

All papers must be uploaded to Blackboard at the link above in MS Word or PDF file format. (No Googledocs, Pages, .odt or .rtf files.) Any file not uploaded properly or in correct file format will receive a zero (0). Any paper written in the text box will also receive a zero (0).

 

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