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- Infer mood in dramas.
- Explore the dialogue and nonverbal communication between characters.
- Determine the motivation of characters.
- Discuss the life and works of Tennessee Williams.
- Learn about Arthur Miller's life and discuss his major plays.
1. Tennessee Williams: Biography, Works, and Style
From the 1940s through the 1960s, Tennesse Williams would contribute a number metaphor-rich works like 'A Streetcar Named Desire' to the Southern Gothic genre of literature. Explore the biography, works, and style of Tennessee Williams.
2. A Streetcar Named Desire: Summary and Analysis
The play 'A Streetcar Named Desire' is a classic in American literature. Review the play's summary and analyze its characters, setting, and plot to understand the play's controversial portrayal of social and psychological realism.
3. The Glass Menagerie: Summary and Analysis
The Glass Menagerie's plot unfolds entirely through its protagonist's memories as he reflects on the struggles of his family. Analyze the symbols, metaphors, and social realism of Tennessee Williams' famous memory play: The Glass Menagerie.
4. Arthur Miller: Biography and Major Plays
Arthur Miller was one of America's greatest playwrights. Learn about Miller's biography and early years, some of his most famous plays, critical success, political activism, and his life and legacy.
5. Arthur Miller's The Crucible: Summary and Quotes
The Crucible is a play debuted by Arthur Miller in 1953, set in Salem, Massachusetts in the 1690s. Discover how The Crucible, which takes place during the Salem Witch Trials, is a statement on intolerance and hysteria and is often viewed as an allegory for anti-Communist sentiments of the 1950s.
6. David Belasco: Biography & Plays
Have you ever heard of a man called the ~'Bishop of Broadway~'? How about the play ''Madame Butterfly''? In this lesson, you will learn about the life and productions of American actor, playwright, and producer David Belasco.
7. Waiting for Godot: Analysis, Meaning & Themes
Samuel Beckett was an Irish playwright most famously known for the play 'Waiting for Godot.' Who is Godot, why are these men waiting for him, and what makes this an important work in the history of English literature? Complete this lesson to find out!
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