2 Matching Annotations
  1. Apr 2019
    1. extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: Adams, Elissa and Brosius, Peter, eds. Fierce and True: Plays for Teen Audiences. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN. 2010. pp. 9-10
  2. Jul 2018
    1. “She’s had a hard life, has Ma Parker.” Yes, a hard life, indeed! Her chin began to tremble; there was no time to lose. But where? Where?

      There is many noticeable monologues in this article. A typical example is as follow." <br><br> (1)“She’s had a hard life, has Ma Parker.” (2)Yes, a hard life, indeed! (3)Her chin began to tremble; (4)there was no time to lose. But where? Where?<br><br> (1) is the question hypothesized by the author, questioning the author himself. (2) is the answer that given by the author himself to emphasize how tough Mr. Parker’s life it is. (1) and (2) constitute a self-examination and self-answer to enhance the reader's resonance, guiding readers to feel Mr. Parker's miserable life. (3) is the third person's description of the character. After that, the author inserts a monologue (4) again. From (1) to (4), it contained both the objective description and the emotional expression.