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Again we find an element of story to unify the material. A moment’s thought will show that if, beginning with * Mermaid Series or Everyman’s Library. character we must ultimately reach some story, however slight, this is just as true of a play which begins with an idea, a bit of dialogue, a detached scene, or a mere setting. The setting must be the background of some incident. This, in turn, must be part of a story or we shall have the episodic form already found undesirable. Similarly, a detached scene must become part of a series of scenes.
King Argimenes. Why do you come here? Man. The King’s dog is dead. King Argimenes and His Men. ) Bones! King Argimenes. ) Let him be buried with the late King. Zarb. ) Majesty! 2 John G. Whittier’s poem, Barbara Frietchie, provided the picture or incident which started Clyde Fitch on his play of the same name. In Cyrano de Bergerac ; in the numerous adaptations of Vanity Fair usually known as Becky Sharp ; in Peg 0 ’ M y Heart, Rip Van Winkle, and Louis X I, it is characterization of a central figure which was probably the 1 Auteurs Dramatiques, Dumas fils, p.
You, Capulet, shall go along with me; And Montague, come you this afternoon, To know our farther pleasure in this case, To old Free-town, our common judgement place, Once more, on pain of death, all men depart. ) E v en physical action, then, m ay interest for itself, or be cause it characterizes, o r because i t helps on th e story, or for tw o o r m ore of th ese reasons. If we exam ine o th e r ex tracts from fam ous plays we shall, how ever, find ourselves w ondering w hether action in dr&ma m u st n o t m ean som ething besides m ere physical action.