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Trotter: English Sem. 1 Final

vocab, characters, quotes.
STUDY
PLAY
American Hero
A hero who is typically bound to Nature, Innocence, naive, have no family.
ex. Huckleberry Finn
Anima
the unconscious female inner traits that a male possesses
ex. a romantic man
Animus
masculine inner qualities that a female possesses.
ex. female as a man
Extrovert
a person concerned primarily with the physical and social environment
ex. a social butterfly
Shadow
Society doesn't want us to be
Persona
Our public image related to the world's personality
Archetypes
Content of the collective unconscious all humans possess
Ex. of Archetypes
Mother, Child, Hero, maiden, Wise Old man, Animal, Trickster, Original Man, God, Self
Hero's Journey
Departure
-Call to Adventure
-Refusal of the Call
-Supernatural Aid
-Crossing of the first threshold
-Belly of the whale
Hero's Journey cont.
Inition
-Road of Trials
-Meeting with the Goddess
-Woman as a temptress-Atonement with the father
-The ultimate Boon
Hero's Journey cont.
Return
-Refusal of the Return
-Magic Flight
-Rescue from without
-crossing of the return's threshold
-Master of the two worlds
-Freedom to live
Pathos
pity, scene of suffering
Recognition
A change from ignorance to knowledge
Catharsis
special quality of man's pleasure in tragedy
from pathos
Chorus
Provides a link from the audience to actors
ASKS QUESTIONS
Epiphany
Seeing of the light (understanding)
characteristics of Greek Chorus
-group of 15 MEN
-sang lyric and danced to musical accompaniment
-were unpaid, drawn at random
-considered a civic duty
-trained and costumed
-wore light masks
Actors
great in size, almost no mobility
paradox
seeming contradiction
Jung's Theory
3-Part Theme
-ego-conscious min
-personal unconscious-there but not present
-collective unconscious-kind of knowledge we are born with
Hubris
excessive pride
Pathos
Feeling bad for the bad guy/ pity
Aristotle's 3 themes
Time
Place
Action
situational irony
What happens is different from what is expected to happen
Dramatic Irony
The audience is aware of critical information of which the characters are unaware
Verbal irony
a character says one thing but means another
Orchestra
circular 'dancing-place'
Hamartia
tragic flaw
Theatron
benches for audience, means 'seeing place'
chiton
colorful and long robe
skene
perpendicular to the orchestra, rectangular building with 3 doors in the front
proskenion
platform that made the actors more visible to the audience
mask
persona
amplifies sound, showed age, sex, and rank
properties
props
co-thurni
high platform shoes
paradox
seeming contradiction
parados
extending from the orchestra to each side of the theatron were two broad aisles for the chorus
Oedipus quotes
full of pride and then full of self- pity
Creon quotes
Oedipus: full of reason
Antigone: harsh ruler
Tiresias quotes
prophesizing and calling Oedipus and Creon stupid and foolish
Jocasta quotes
'dont listen or believe the Gods'