By James L. Smith
First released in 1973, this e-book explores the style of melodrama. After discussing the defining features of melodrama, the ebook examines the dramatic buildings of the 2 significant and contrasting feelings awarded in melodrama: triumph and defeat. It concludes with a mirrored image at the ways that components of melodrama have seemed in protest theatre.
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