The utilization of sensational incongruity in this way makes one of the significant focal topics of the play, the silliness of the human beings. Dramatic Irony is fundamental to setting the stage, as it enables an audience to encounter what it resembles to be transparent. This subject is supported by the events in the play. Each character settles on choices and judgments without enough information to make important and good decisions. Malvolio is a prime example.
But at other times it may also require actor’s own improvisation and interpretation of the role. A performer needs to have abilities, required for such job. Including characteristics as “good communication and listening skills; the capacity to work well in teams;” But one of the most important ones is the ability to interpret and analyse roles. Such characteristic helps an actor do his job right. A performer must make his audience be compassionate for a character that he is playing.
In the whole play, imagination of the author as well as the imagination of the reader or the observer is playing a determinant role. While the author 's imagination has formed the characters in accordance to his vision of the situation, the imagination of the readers helps to correctly interpret and identify the main message of the play. The imagination of the author might have imposed a large impact on the whole scope of the problems reflected in the play. The author might have appeared to need to focus on the larger range of issues and problems. The imagination of the reader, in its turn, contributes to the perception of the play.
Because according to Shakespeare answering something completely different to what question is asked is a great source of laughter. In some of Shakespeare’s later comedies his fools seem to become more witty and sarcastic like Lance and Bottom. Apparently the ‘full of life’ characters who make his lays even more amusing and hilarious are Falstaff, Touchstone and the other jesters, fools and larger than life characters. Another major aspect of Shakespeare’s comedies is ‘complex plots’. And with that several intertwining plot lines like stories of different people in a funny way to keep the audiences guessing and surprised.
In conclusion, both works have different purposes such as informing like "desperation Forced a horrific Decision" which has more details, has a more formal tone, and the settings are more detailed. In "Leap" the purpose of the author is to entertain, that's why they author didn't include that many details of the event, but rather focus on a specific matter and he uses the different elements to show a different perspective of the same situation, that's why the paper has a romantic side but at the same time the audience can feel the
Play Analysis – Essay 1 “Much Ado About Nothing “ Submitted by Noor Ul Ain Shaikh (BSMS 2A) What seems to be a comedy play for an audience who enjoys a theatre with good humor and romance, “Much Ado About Nothing” contains much more than just entertainment. If we dig in deep, William Shakespeare’s play has much more than a tragic story with happy ending; even that is debatable. The theme of this play revolves around deception, plotting against your own, personal gains and rejection. The audience may understand the concept of love and romance flowing within the characters because it was to portrayed that way but the critics would argue the fact that some of the characters like Beatrice and Benedick were made to fall in love with each other through deception. As simple as the characters were, the situations arousing in the play became more complexed as scenes passed by.
Although, Hamlet’s mind isn’t the only source of intrigue, as almost every character has some important psychological event or problem that creates more suspense in the story. Ophelia, for example, has her own psychological issues during the course of the play, and those issues contribute to the tension building up in the play and whenever that issue pays off later in the story it provides a great sense of excitement. These are all events that usually would be associated with external actions are actually associated with internal actions, as usually external actions are the ones that provide the sense of excitement, suspense, and climax. An example of one of these being an internal action would be Hamlet’s famous “To be or not to be,” soliloquy which provides a climax in the story that only has to do with Hamlet’s state of mind and his decisions. Therefore, Shakespeare expertly uses mental and psychological events to
There is satire, which is used to pinpoint the specific personality traits that give off how superficial these characters really are. Dramatic irony is also essential during the whole novel, as the reader often knows what is really happening in the novel, and has a better understanding and knowledge of the situations than the characters. Lady Bracknell’s is a seemingly uncaring and hypocritical person, and her personality contributes greatly to the humour within the scene. Wilde reinforces her frivolousness and carelessness with several quotes throughout the scene. Characters in this novel are materialistic and Lady Bracknell is no exception to the rule, they find feelings obnoxious, “I’m sorry we are a little late, Algernon, but I was obliged… And one of those
Usually the stock characters are accepted by the audience. Here are some examples of stock characters: the bashful lover, the domineering wife, the lovesick young man, the melancholy man who is never cheerful, etc. Characters who change to serve the plot is the type of character is made on purpose that is to help the way of a plot works in the play. The purpose of the playwright in creating characters is sometimes they are made to do some things aims to help the progress of the plot (Gill, 1995, p.241). It means the change that the characters have made is an important step in the plot itself.
Encounter… is such a one. Playwright’s method of criticizing is not harsh but soft and indirect. He also employs some comic scenes, dialogues to reduce the unnecessary stress on the reader. He employs the symbols to hide the real persons and this allows the scope of his criticism to widen too far. The playwright tries successfully to show the contrast in the behavior of the people.