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Prologue for the theatre

Emma Lazarus

Prologue for the theatre

by Emma Lazarus

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[Emma Lazarus]
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. [201]-209
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15203581M

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Get this from a library! Prologue to Shakespeare's Much ado about nothing: as presented for the first time at the Birmingham repertory theatre, [Conal O'Riordan; John Drinkwater; Dorothy Massingham; William Shakespeare; Birmingham Repertory Theatre.] -- Autograph draft of a prologue by O'Riordan, to be spoke by Dorothy Massingham as Hero. A prologue (Greek πρόλογος prologos, from the word pro (before) and lógos, word) is an opening to a story that establishes the setting and gives background details, often some earlier story that ties into the main one, and other miscellaneous information. The Greek prologos included the modern.

  This book contains no prologue. However, it does have a front end plate with a description of the Dragonbone chair itself, a Dedication, an Author’s Note, an Author’s Warning, and a Foreword. At the back of the book is an Appendix, which contains: People, Places, Creatures, Things, A Guide to Pronunciation, and Word and Phrases. The definition of "prologue" is at the bottom of the handout that I gave them, but I read it aloud. We talked about the function of a prologue, why an author might want to include one, and if they had seen a prologue before. Some students likened the prologue to a Forward in a novel, or an Author's Note.


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Prologue for the theatre by Emma Lazarus Download PDF EPUB FB2

A prologue is like a short story—a small glimpse, set in your story’s world, written in the same style as the rest of your book but with clear separation from the start of your story.

Maybe it’s an entire literary device, like a flashforward of your protagonist that gives the reader a taste of the world, some crucial information for the plot, and will make sense later.

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A prologue can contain useful background information, descriptions of scenes, or character information that is essential to the story that a reader needs before beginning Chapter 1. A prologue must hook the reader immediately.

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Prologues should also be a short introduction to the story. Try to make the prologue be about half the length of your average chapter length. Since most books follow a 2, to 4,word structure for chapters, the prologue should only be 1, words in length. A prologue should also adopt the same type of tone that a story offers.

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To view our #BlackLivesMatter and Anti-Racism statement click HERE. Engaging competing claims, expectations and offerings, the prologue introduces, authorizes and, critically, straddles the worlds of the actual theatrical event and the 'counterfeit' world on stage.

In this way, prologues occupy a unique and powerful position between two orders of cultural practice and perception. As you probably know, a prologue is a section that appears before Chapter One in a book.

The prologue is something separate from the main story, which always begins in Chapter One. Some readers are OK with prologues.

But some hate them, and will sometimes even bypass a prologue entirely on principle, skipping automatically to Chapter One. Prologue, a preface or introduction to a literary work. In a dramatic work, the term describes a speech, often in verse, addressed to the audience by one or more of the actors at the opening of a play.

The ancient Greek prologos was of wider significance than the modern prologue, effectually taking the place of an explanatory first act. THE PROLOGUE Make it Modern In the space after each line of Shakespeare’s Prologue, write a modern description of the line.

See the first line as an example. What is Shakespeare saying with the Prologue. Continued Over Two households, both alike in dignity Two families, both of the same social standing. In fair Verona, where we lay our scene.

Thank you for watching Performing Arts Learning with Prologue. Our videos are always available and we will continue to post resources from other arts organizations. Join us in September for the launch of Performing Arts Learning Online.

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A prologue or prolog (from Greek πρόλογος prólogos, from πρό pró, "before" and λόγος lógos, "word") is an opening to a story that establishes the context and gives background details, often some earlier story that ties into the main one, and other miscellaneous Ancient Greek prólogos included the modern meaning of prologue, but was of wider significance.

Prologue — A prologue is similar to an Introduction, and in my view it is really exactly the same. The difference is simply that if you write a Prologue, it makes sense to also write an Epilogue, while with an Introduction you don’t expect any type of closing to the book other than the last chapter.

Prologues serve an integral role in fiction writing, as well as playwriting. In modern literature, Geoffrey Chaucer started the tradition of using a prologue with his Canterbury Tales, a collection of 24 stories written from Chaucer used his prologue as a kind of roadmap for the entire work, which tells the story of a group of pilgrims on their way to Canterbury.

An epilogue, like a prologue, is a section of a book that stands outside the narrative. Except the epilogue comes after the main narrative. J.K. Rowling controversially used this device to end her Harry Potter series. Rowling showed her central characters when they were much older after the series’ main conflict resolves.

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