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Genre : a guide to writing for stage and screen / by Andrew Tidmarsh.

By: Tidmarsh, Andrew
Material type: TextTextLondon ; New York : Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014Edition: 1st edDescription: pages cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781408185827 (pbk.)Subject(s): Drama -- Technique | Playwriting | Motion picture plays -- Technique | Motion picture authorshipDDC classification: 808.23 LOC classification: PN1661 | .T53 2014
Contents:
Introduction -- The building blocks of narrative -- Will verses fate: Greek tragedy and the fundamentals -- Let's see blood: Roman tragedy and Quentin Tarantino -- Revenge is sweet: Elizabethan tragedy -- Mashing it up: Desperate housewives, Jacobean tragedy and Buffy -- The plate of sardines: new Greek comedy, Menander and Frazier -- Archetype or stereotype: the comedy of Plautus, and the sketch show -- Happily ever after: Shakespeare and Sleepless in seattle -- Minding our manners: The country wife and Mean girls -- Nothing ever happens: Chekhov and the contemporary independent comedy -- Arrivals and departures: chivalric romance and the pastoral -- A final thought.
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Introduction -- The building blocks of narrative -- Will verses fate: Greek tragedy and the fundamentals -- Let's see blood: Roman tragedy and Quentin Tarantino -- Revenge is sweet: Elizabethan tragedy -- Mashing it up: Desperate housewives, Jacobean tragedy and Buffy -- The plate of sardines: new Greek comedy, Menander and Frazier -- Archetype or stereotype: the comedy of Plautus, and the sketch show -- Happily ever after: Shakespeare and Sleepless in seattle -- Minding our manners: The country wife and Mean girls -- Nothing ever happens: Chekhov and the contemporary independent comedy -- Arrivals and departures: chivalric romance and the pastoral -- A final thought.

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