a play, written by William Shakespeare, in which the action leads to the main character's downfall
a speech in which one character, alone on the stage, states private thoughts
a remark that a character on the stage makes to another character or to the audience, out of the hearing of the other characters on stage
a situation in which the audience knows something that a character on the stage does not know yet
unrhymed lines of iambic pentameter
Mise en scene
the way that sets, props, actors and other elements work together to express a director's ideas
a feature of someone's personality
a person's reason for taking an action
a clash between opposing thoughts and feelings in a person's mind
a clash between people who oppose each other
the set of events that tell a story
a rhythm in which a line has five stressed syllables, each of which follows an unstressed syllable
a connection between events in which one event makes another happen
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