Stichomythia

Stichomythia (Greek: Στιχομυθία) is a technique in verse drama in which sequences of single alternating lines, or half-lines (hemistichomythia) or two-line speeches (distichomythia) are given to alternating characters. It typically features repetition and antithesis. The term originated in the theatre of Ancient Greece, though many drama...
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stichomythia

dialogue in alternate lines
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Stichomythia

Dialogue in alternate lines of verse e.g. ancient Greek plays.
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stichomythia

dialogue in alternate lines, a form sometimes used in Classical Greek drama in which two characters alternate speaking single epigrammatic lines of ...
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stichomythia

dialogue in alternate verse-lines.
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Stichomythia

Dialogue in alternate verse-lines.
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Stichomythia

in ancient Greek, conversation in alternate lines; a form of tragic dialogue in which characters converse by using usually one line each; in such dialogues characters may use two, three, or a half line each.
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stichomythia

stichomythia 1. In ancient Greek drama, a form of dramatic dialogue in which characters speak single lines alternately. 2. An ancient Greek arrangement of dialogue in drama, poetry, and disputation in which single lines of verse or parts of lines are spoken by alternate speakers.
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