Dancing at Lughnasa - Dramatic Techniques and Devices

A document analysing some of Friel's most important dramatic techniques and devices in the play. Document is broken up into 5 points and covers:

  • Foreshadowing
  • Use of symbolic devices (radio, kites)
  • Stage Directions
  • The 'Unseen Boy'
  • The False Memory

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Eleanor PrescottDancing at LughnasaRevision Notes




`Dancing at Lughnasa', dramatic techniques and devices
Foreshadowing ­ through the use of devices (see below) or narrative; Friel often hints at what comes
later in the play, sometimes sneaky ­ in the first dialogue for example, Chris says "W hen a re we
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both real and imagined at the same time, and his memories become more true to feelings as they go
further from the actual order of events.

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