A favorite method of stage-direction employed by Shakespeare can best be defined as "implied". What does this mean, and how is this important to acting out his plays?
Implied stage direction is when Shakespeare writes, "They Fight" leaving all action up to the directors discretion. This enables the company performing one of Shakespeare's plays the ability to interpret and create an original scene by altering the course of action from his stage direction.
Stream-of-consciousness is employed by modernists writers as a narrative tool to describe and capture what of their character?
Stream-of-consciousness is a tool for writing narratives, usually first person point of view, through the main character of a piece. This tool captures the thought processes and idiosyncratic habits of a character leaving very little out and often seeming to lack organization and construction. The author's that best capture stream-of-consciousness writing are Virginia Woolf and James Joyce.
When reading William Wordsworth's "The Prelude" what poetic form is his verse constructed?
William Wordsworth defends his poetic form of Blank Verse in the preface to his 1798 Lyrical Ballads that he later applies to his massive, 13-book Prelude in 1805 and 1850.