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Play Making a Manual of Craftsmanship by William Archer (1912). I INTRODUCTORY - II THE CHOICE OF A THEME - III DRAMATIC AND UNDRAMATIC - IV THE ROUTINE OF COMPOSITION - V DRAMATIS PERSONS - BOOK II - THE BEGINNING - VI THE POINT OF ATTACK : SHAKESPEARE AND IBSEN - VII EXPOSITION : ITS END AND ITS MEANS - VIII THE FIRST ACT - IX "CURIOSITY" AND "INTEREST" - X FORESHADOWING, NOT FORESTALLING - BOOK III - THE MIDDLE - XI TENSION AND ITS SUSPENSION - XII PREPARATION : THE FINGER-POST - XIII THE OBLIGATORY SCENE - XIV THE PERIPETY - XV PROBABILITY, CHANCE, AND COINCIDENCE - XVI LOGIC - XVII KEEPING A SECRET 305 - BOOK IV - THE END - XVIII CLIMAX AND ANTICLIMAX - XIX CONVERSION - XX BLIND- ALLEY THEMES AND OTHERS - XXI THE FULL CLOSE - BOOK V - EPILOGUE - XXII CHARACTER AND PSYCHOLOGY - XXIII DIALOGUE AND DETAILS


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