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The Relationship Between Medevial Drama and Renaissance Drama

By Justina Ekechukwu  et al

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Drama can be said to be a work of art which delineates human life and activity through the presentation of actions by means of dialogue between groups of characters. In Aristotle’s definition of drama, he emphasizes the concept of Mimesis which means imitation of human beings in action. He conceives of drama as a story acted out by people on stage before an audience.
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Abstract

Drama can be said to be a work of art which delineates human life and activity through the presentation of actions by means of dialogue between groups of characters. In Aristotle’s definition of drama, he emphasizes the concept of Mimesis which means imitation of human beings in action. He conceives of drama as a story acted out by people on stage before an audience.

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