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THE CHARACTER IN THE NEOCLASSICAL DRAMA

Emin Emini

Reasonable probability for the doctrine of French neoclassicism resulted in the criterion of mass and harmony that finally should have had an artwork. Through this criterion in neoclassicism it was aimed to be achieved the structural composition of an artwork, but its content should be transmitted either to the reader or to the bystander as reasonable and correct, even though the content was not the epicenter of a neoclassic artwork. Even in this regard, Greek and Roman classicism is compared with neoclassical style, because for Aristotle the characters do not act to show their tempers. but they act according to their roles, which means that a character has a stable character structure and conform to what the structure is, s(he) operates and consequently through the action, the reader, and especially the viewer, is able to recognize the content, source, and the motive of the action of the character.

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