Then you do not know the mountains. Acting on this hint, a couple of jovial Harvard boys came up to North Conway one nipping, glittering, gorgeous December day, their bright, inquiring eyes and unworn faces looking out from depths of fur, and their wide-awake brains covered with the latest thing in toboggan caps. Kearsarge, the symmetrical, majestic cone, a wondrous winter beauty, its white brow lifted to the blue, was, their objective point. Good taste had those fine fel- lows, to choose a lark with the grand old giant; to press his sides with their snow- shoes, and climb upon his ermined shoulder!
Greek tragedy and Old Comedy were radically different from most modern dramas, while Greek New Comedy, Roman Comedy, and some Roman tragedies were closer in style to modern drama.
Of course, modern drama is also tremendously varied, with some modern playwrights borrowing elements such as the chorus or integration of singing and dancing into their staging. Greek Tragedy and Old Comedy differ from much The first issue here is that classical drama was not uniform.
Greek Tragedy and Old Comedy differ from much of modern drama by being written in verse. Both genres have a limit of three actors, who play multiple roles.
Actors wear masks and stylized costumes as they also do in Japanese Noh dramaand female roles are played by men as they are in Shakespeare and most Elizabethan drama. The chorus sings and dances as do choruses in opera and musical theater.
Classical drama was presented in amphitheaters, with a circular orchestra and the audience seated in rows built into a hillside surrounding the performance area, while recent 19th through 21st century drama often uses proscenium stages.
Ancient drama was performed outdoors using natural light while contemporary drama is performed indoors using artificial light. Contra another answerer, while ancient tragedy had noble protagonists, Old and New Comedy and Roman Comedy had protagonists from all classes, including poor farmers, shopkeepers, soldiers, and slaves as well as wealthier protagonists.
The "mixed" genre combining rustic comedy with elevated tragedy, though, was mainly an early modern invention, although some of Euripides' plays anticipate this.Students will use both the College Board’s SOAPS technique and a T-chart graphic organizer to help them identify and compare these different strategies.
They will then choose three speeches and write a compare and contrast essay exploring how the speakers use rhetorical strategies.
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