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Monday, 14 October 2019

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PART THREE: LITERARY ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION SKILLS


UNIT TWO: How to Analyse a Play(Prose) 
Class: FORM THREE & FOUR

INTRODUCTION
The following analysis and interpretation strategies are very useful for the teachers and students who wish to excel in teaching and learning literature. These skills make students independent readers because they know what to take into consideration when they read the particular literary works.

HOW TO ANALYSE A PLAY 
The play is designed to be performed. The play is also read differently. Thus, apart from play performance and different reading, the play can be analysed in the same way as the novel or short story.

For more on How to analyse both a Novel, a short story and a play click How to Analyse Novel and Short Stories.

CONSIDER DIFFERENT FEATURES OF A PLAY 
The reader should also take into consideration, the unique features of the play. The knowledge of these can help much in the understanding of the play. Click Here to read unique features of play.


References
(1) Abrahams, M.H (1971) A Glossary of Literary Terms, Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc. New York.

(2) Daniel, K et al (ed.) (2003) Elements of Literature: Fourth Course with Readings in World Literature; Florida Edition, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Austin.

(3) Daniel, K et al (ed.) (2003) Elements of Literature: Sixth Course; Literature of Britain with World Classics; Florida Edition, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Austin.

(4) Kinsella, K et al (2003) Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes; Copper Level, Pearson, Upper Saddle River.


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