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“The artist should omit the details, the prose of nature, and give us only the spirit
and the splendor,” Bobby contends in The Dramatic Imagination, and he
practiced what he preached. “The spirit and the splendor,” plus “an excitement, a
SETTINGTHETERMSOFTHEDEBATE Ina Beth Sessions's taxonomic article on '
The Dramatic Monologue' (1947) is usually considered to have initiated the drive
towards fixing and codifying the dramatic monologue as a genre, and offers a ...
Shakespeare's achievement as a dramatist lies in different directions and may
therefore be looked upon from different angles. Part of this achievement certainly
is due to the extraordinary way in which Shakespeare - on all levels of dramatic
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