analysis “the school for scandal” by richard brinsley sheridan using Aristotle six elements. here they are 1. Plot. We will consider whether plays are episodic, climactic, and cyclical, what makes it so. A. What is the point of attack? 2. Character. We are considering stock, archetypal or complex characters 3. Thought. Please identify the value system that infuses the play. 4. Diction. Is the language high-flown or mundane? What is the result? 5. Music. Please consider the rise and fall of action in the timing of inciting incident, complication, crisis, climax and resolution (or denouement) 6. Spectacle. Here is the ?catch-all? for stage directions that tell you what the playwright expects to see on the stage as well as what you envision. In addition, always consider the time period and stage conventions of the time to complete your mental images.
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