drama

  1. an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional
  2. the literary genre of works intended for the theater
  3. the quality of being arresting or highly emotional

Drama

Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance. The term comes from a Greek word meaning `action` (Classical Greek: δρᾶμα, drama), which is derived from the verb meaning `to do` or `to act` (Classical Greek: δράω, draō). The enactment of drama in theatre, performed by actors on a stage before an audience, presupp...
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drama

[n] - an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional 2. [n] - the literary genre of works intended for the theater 3. [n] - the quality of being arresting or highly emotional
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Drama

• (n.) Dramatic composition and the literature pertaining to or illustrating it; dramatic literature. • (n.) A series of real events invested with a dramatic unity and interest. • (n.) A composition, in prose or poetry, accommodated to action, and intended to exhibit a picture of human life, or to depict a series of grave or humorous...
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drama

noun a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage; `he wrote several plays but only one was produced on Broadway`
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drama

dramatic event noun an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional
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Drama

[Flaw EP] ===Egbert B. Gebstadter=== I don`t have copies of Douglas R. Hofstadter`s books The Mind`s I, Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies and Le Ton Beau de Marot handy, so I can`t copy the bibliography entries for the Gebstadter counterparts into Egbert B. Gebstadter. Anyone who does have them, please do so. ...
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Drama

[genre] People from Zennor, a parish in Cornwall ...
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Drama

[regional unit] Drama (Περιφερειακή ενότητα Δράμας) is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the Region of East Macedonia and Thrace. Its capital is the town of Drama. The regional unit is the northernmost within the geographical region of Macedonia and the westernmost in the administrative region of Ea...
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Drama

[TV channel] Drama is a digital television channel broadcasting drama programming in the United Kingdom and Ireland as part of the UKTV network of channels. The channel launched on 8 July 2013, replacing Blighty. On Freeview, the channel was placed on channel 20, previously occupied by Gold. On Sky, the channel initially launched on channel...
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Drama

Dra'ma (drä'mȧ or drā'mȧ; 277) noun [ Latin drama , Greek dra^ma , from dra^n to do, act; confer Lithuanian daryti .] 1. A composition, in prose or poetry, accommodated to action, and intended to exhibit a picture of human life, ...
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Drama

A camp activity where campers learn acting, stage, vocal and improvisational performance.
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Drama

A composition in prose or verse presenting, in pantomime and dialogue, a narrative involving conflic
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Drama

a literary work which presents a story by means of dialogue and action.
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Drama

A method of action resolution where the GM chooses the result based on what would be most interesting for the story. Probably originated in discussions at the Forge but has become part of a wider body of language.
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drama

a serious play. Example: 'Kaspar,' a drama by Peter Handke, 1m.
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drama

A story is presented through dialogue and action on the stage, on the radio, or on TV. A play usually consists of several acts and can be subdivided into scenes. The characters talk to each other in dialogues.
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Drama

a. State of mind characterized by human conflict. b. Literary genre in which conflicts are portrayed on the stage. -- L.V.
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Dráma

Dráma (drä'mä) , city (1991 pop. 38,546), capital of Dráma prefecture, NE Greece, in Macedonia. It is the trade center for a tobacco-producing region.
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Drama

Drama (from the Greek drew, I act), is a class of writings which almost entirely consist of dialogue, persons being represented as acting and speaking, and the pieces being usually intended to be acted on a stage by parties assuming the characters of the respective persons.
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drama

drama 1. Original meaning is 'deed, act, action represented on the stage' from Greek, dran, 'to do, to accomplish'. 2. A play in prose or verse, especially one recounting a serious story. 3. Dramatic art of a particular kind or period; such as, a Shakespearean drama. 4. A real-life situation or succession of events having the dramatic progression o...
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drama

Literary genre of scripted work. A theatrical drama is intended to be performed by actors for an audience. Verse and prose...
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drama

Literary genre of scripted work. A theatrical drama is intended to be performed by actors for an audience. Verse and prose drama can both be performed (often in the same work), although dramas are also sometimes written to be read and not performed. The term is used collectively to group plays into historical or stylistic periods – for example......
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Drama

The dennotative aspects of drama from Aristotle's `Poetics` include a story development with a beginning, middle and an end. In the more conventional sense, dramatic presentations include the portrayal of characters, settings, life situations and stories in the course of a theatrical performance. In theatre, drama usually takes on the scope of deal...
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Dráma

town and nomós (department), Macedonia, northern Greece. It lies on a major tributary of the Angítis River, at the northern edge of the plain of ...
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