[ frahy-tahk ]
/ ˈfraɪ tɑk /
Gus·tav [goos-tahf], /ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1816–95, German novelist, playwright, and journalist.
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How to use Freytag in a sentence
As for the worthy Freytag, he felicitated himself highly on the way he had handled that dabbler in poeshy.
Freytag assigns to the second act, as a rule, the Steigerung or heightening--the working-up, one might call it--of the interest.
In discussing what Freytag calls the erregende Moment, we might have defined it as the starting-point of the tension.
Our fellow traveller, brother Freytag has his bed at present upon a heap of shavings.
British Dictionary definitions for Freytag
Gustav (ˈɡʊstaf). 1816–95, German novelist and dramatist; author of the comedy Die Journalisten (1853) and Soll und Haben (1855), a novel about German commercial life
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