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The drama takes its roots in antic. The founders of drama are Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. In antic Greece, this genre was called “tragedy”. All the genre is based on the emotions. Often the main heroes are ordinary people. The main goal of drama genre is to blast the psychological state of a person, the behavior of the hero in different situations. Of course, the emotions of the heroes cause the reaction of the reader. The tears turn upside down during the reading. This happens even not because of the terrible situations which the hero resides but because of a description of his thoughts and feelings. The author skillfully inflames the emotional background. The main topics of drama genre, as a rule, are love, human relationships, unsuccessful friendship, and treason. The ideal foundation for this is the relationships in a family. Such famous people like Diderot and Lessing loved drama genre very much. Drama devoted to the Historical Drama and Melodrama. In the Historical dram


a often depicted the life of well-known people and their life difficulties. Melodrama is a story with emotionally overloaded heroes, often with the tragic end. Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance.

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