Mythos of Spring I

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Author:
wrathes
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309386
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Mythos of Spring I
Updated:
2015-10-10 18:25:49
Tags:
poetics
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narrative theory,Fryre
Description:
I. Introduction II. Plot III. There is a predictable pattern of replacement
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  1. I. Introduction
    Comedy focuses on opposed social groups, rarely a moral judgement of the society, and the existence of a reversal of social standards for better
  2. II. Plot
    a typical comedy begins with a young man who wants a young woman, and somehow goes through the obstacle
  3. III. Existent Society
    • obstructing or blocking characters
    • age, parents
    • monetary wealth
    • habit, ritual, bondage, arbitrary law
    • illusion (fixed or definable)
  4. III. Reformed Society
    • hero and heroines
    • youth, children
    • monetary poverty
    • youth with pragmatic (practical) freedom
    • reality (not illusion, changeable)

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