Drama is the generic name for works intended for performances on the stage. In the center of the drama is always the conflict between the characters, dominated by monologues and dialogues of the characters – both in prose and in verse.

While reading dramatic works, the contractor conveys subtexts, intentions, feelings of the characters, expressed in intonation, and characteristic features of his speech.

It is important to consider the specificity of dramatic works, namely drama, tragedy, comedy or vaudeville. This will depend on the intonation of the reader. When reading the attention of the artist focuses on the transfer of conversation of the characters. The reader with different shades of intonation conveys the characters (no reincarnation).

The reader must remember that it is not the role of the artist and the narrator of "alien" dialogue or monologue. The text should be directed only to the audience, even if recited a monologue. The following are proposed elements for performing analysis of dramatic works:

- Familiarization with the identity of the author;

- The study of the history of the plays;

- Formation of event number of plays, identifying the main idea (ideas) dramatic works and the "super-task" (goal), playwright, Director and performer;

- Identification of the subtext of the work and each role;

- Follow-up to the conflict – through action;

- Detection of relationship – likes and dislikes – the characters in the drama;

- Building a line of behavior of the characters in accordance with their effective tasks;

- Revealing the ideological essence of each character;

- understanding playwright of an image through staging.

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