But in spite of the dramatic rudeness which is sometimes of the idiosyncrasy, the true and native colour of his multitudinous dramatis personae, or monologists, Mr.
Browning's works, the culmination of his dramatic method, and the turning-point more decisively than Dramatis Personae of his style.
Jo accepted it with a smile, for she had never outgrown her liking for lads, and soon found herself involved in the usual labyrinth of love, mystery, and murder, for the story belonged to that class of light literature in which the passions have a holiday, and when the author's invention fails, a grand catastrophe clears the stage of one half the dramatis personae
, leaving the other half to exult over their downfall.
Pangloss for himself; and very earnestly, but very unsuccessfully, trying to persuade the others that there were some fine tragic parts in the rest of the dramatis personae
We have made our readers acquainted with some variety in character and nations, in introducing the most important personages of this legend to their notice; but, in order to establish the fidelity of our narrative, we shall briefly attempt to explain the reason why we have been obliged to present so motley a dramatis personae
Destiny stands by sarcastic with our dramatis personae
folded in her hand.
"Once there were a Mouse and a Crocodile and a Man and a Goat and a Lion." I had never heard the 'dramatis personae
' tumbled into a story with such profusion and in such reckless haste; and it fairly took my breath away.
The shell, in which form all our dramatis personae
now are, were reading, amongst other things, the last book of Homer's "Iliad," and had worked through it as far as the speeches of the women over Hector's body.
They are fabricating lies on the story of the birth and dramatis personae
behind the OPC,' he said.
Five thematic chapters examine the legal thought of the book's dramatis personae
, who include well-known thinkers such as Montesquieu, Vattel, Burke, J.
All of these came together for me in Alice Reyes' 'Prospero-graphy' (to pull in another of the Bard's timeless dramatis personae
), which is a kind of poetry.