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Hành động theo quy luật cuộc sống là bài học thiết thực của người diễn viên

Trong cuộc sống, chúng ta hành động do nhu cầu của công việc, cuộc sống đòi hỏi, không phải diễn cho người xem do đó hành động hết sức tự nhiên, thoải mái. Trước tiên, bao giờ chúng ta cũng phải cảm nhận, tiếp thu, suy nghĩ và cuối cùng mới có phản ứng tác động lại đối tượng nhằm cải biến đối tượng theo mục đích của mình (cảm thụ - phán đoán - quyết định hành động).


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 8 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Characters’ development during the play (female characters); Ibsen’s Doll’s House is anther representation of “the Social Lie and Duty”; critical analysis of language (Dialogues).


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 20 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Analytical Mapping: Social Significance; philosophical background: themes (Social, Psychological, Religious); dramatic references: themes.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 27 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Plot type and analysis: development and structure, suspense, denouement, conclusion, literary devices in pygmalion, settings, pygmalion genre, tone, writing style, title, beginning and ending.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 29 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, functions and characteristics of modern drama, the role of scandinavian drama, characters and characterization, Ibsen’s social rehabilitation, four cardinal sins of modern society,...


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 30 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

Jingoism is extreme patriotism in the form of aggressive foreign policy. In practice, it is a country's advocacy of the use of threats or actual force against other countries in order to safeguard what it perceives as its national interests. Colloquially, it refers to excessive bias in judging one's own country as superior to others—an extreme type of nationalism.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 2 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: A general historical introduction about Modernism as a literary movement; discussion of the causes that lead to Modernism/themes/functions of modern playwrights; characteristics of the modern theater; contemporary social significance; native drama; functions and characteristics of modern drama; the role of scandinavian drama; four cardinal sins of modern society.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 3 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: What is drama, conflict, rising and falling action , plot – denouement, catharsis; going deeper- meaning making: themes, subtext, imagery, symbol, metaphor, allegory, ambiguity, irony, allusion, archetypes; analysis – comprehension: 7-stages; drawing conclusion; writer’s background; a doll’s house: themes and structure; plot overview: a doll’s house.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 7 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Symbolism in The Doll’s House; Ibsen’s view about symbolism (The Christmas tree, Skylark, Toys, New Year, Door, Macrons, Title); critical analysis: Thought provoking aspects: social attitudes toward money, gender related attitudes in relationships.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 9 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Dramatic structure of a doll's house, a conclusive talk on the doll’s house, an introductory talk: an overview of juno and the paycock, writer’s life and work, the play and its social significance.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 12 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: O’Caesy ‘s Works are a representation of contemporary influences: Nothingness, Hollowness and Purposelessness; Irish Civil war: jingoism; how it affects the society and the individuals; how it crushes the economy and the system; how it disintegrates the family structure; how it demolishes the psychology of the people and how it creates generation gap.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 13 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Feministic Work of O’Casy: Juno and Mary; Exploration of language in Juno and the Paycock; How to analyze, design and compose a character sketch? How to compose a critical reflection based on any idea/theme of Juno and the Paycock?


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 17 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Absurdist drama, dialogue and language/humor of absurdist drama, plot & structure of absurdist drama, themes in waiting for godot, aspects to consider.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 4 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Plot overview continued, characters and characterization, analysis of major characters (Nora Helmer, Torvald Helmer, Krogstad, Dr. Rank, Mrs. Kristine Linde).


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 14 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: A conclusive talk on Juno and the Paycock, Waiting for Godot By Samuel Beckett, Samuel Beckett’s Biography, Characters in the Play, characters in the play, setting of the play, Beckett’s Theatrical concept and style.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 16 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

The two most important sets of characters in the play occur in pairs. Does this emphasis on pairs create some significance for the boy, who appears alone? Vladimir and the boy discuss his brother; could this brother be the boy's pair? Perhaps the most important "character" in the play, Godot, is also a single character rather than a pair. Does this distinguish him from Vladimir and Estragon, Pozzo and Lucky? Does Beckett seem to prefer single characters or pairs?...


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 18 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Waiting for godot symbolism, imagery & allegory; setting; waiting for godot genre, tone, style & title; waiting for godot as booker’s seven basic plots analysis: tragedy plot; social acceptance of waiting for godot critical analysis.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 26 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Plot type and analysis: development and structure, initial situation, conflict, complication, climax, suspense, denouement, conclusion, literary devices in pygmalion, settings, pygmalion genre, tone, writing style,...


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 31 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

Beckett's theatre is stark, fundamentally minimalist, and deeply pessimistic about human nature and the human situation. Themes in plays include: mirroring own search for freedom, revolving around a young man's efforts to cut himself loose from his family and social obligations, life means waiting, killing time and clinging to the hope that relief may be just around the corner.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 32 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

There is never any overt reference in the play to Pygmalion; Shaw assumes a classical understanding. According to the Mythology Guide “Pygmalion saw so much to blame in women that he came at last to abhor the relation with them, and resolved to live unmarried. He was a sculptor, and had made with wonderful skill a statue of ivory, so beautiful that no living woman could be compared to it in beauty.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 6 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Symbolism in the doll’s house, critical analysis/ thematic analysis, critical analysis of some dialogues, dramatic structure of a doll's house.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 11 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Juno and the paycock tragi-comedy, Tragi-comedy, tragic theme, why tragi-comedy? co-existence of tragedy and comedy, mood transition, Juno and the paycock a feministic play,...


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 19 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: An Introduction to Philosophical Background of Waiting for Godot, theatre of absurd, existentialism, the paradox of consciousness, becket: critical analysis (analytical mapping).


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 28 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Plot type and analysis: development and structure; suspense; denouement; conclusion; literary devices in pygmalion; settings; pygmalion genre; tone; writing style; title, beginning and ending.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 1 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Teacher’s Intro Course orientation Agenda of the talk: drama? types of drama, elements of drama, conventions of drama, a brief history of drama, dramatic terminology, introduction to modern drama, how modern drama is different from classical drama.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 5 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Critical analysis of major Characters (continues…): Torvald Helmer, Krogstad, Dr. Rank, Mrs. Kristine Linde; the sacrificial role of women, parental and filial obligations, the unreliability of appearances; Motifs: Nora’s definition of freedom, letters.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 10 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: Plot overview, genre, general vision, cultural context, the play as reflection of social and personal influences, the play’s title vs. context: reference and relevance, themes/issues.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 15 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

Two men, Vladimir and Estragon, meet near a tree. They converse on various topics and reveal that they are waiting there for a man named Godot. While they wait, two other men enter. Pozzo is on his way to the market to sell his slave, Lucky. He pauses for a while to converse with Vladimir and Estragon. Lucky entertains them by dancing and thinking, and Pozzo and Lucky leave.


Lecture Drama II - Modern drama: Lecture 21 - Dr Irum Zulfiqar

This chapter presents the following content: A conclusive talk; george bernard shaw; the myth behind the play; contextual background; george bernard shaw’s philosophy; plot overview; characters, role, relationship, conflicts & significance; themes and the major conflicts.


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