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5 Written Questions

5 Matching Questions

  1. primary source
  2. tyranny
  3. drama
  4. soliloquy
  5. dialogue
  1. a Lines spoken by the characters
  2. b A speech in which a character, alone on the stage, addresses himself or herself
  3. c A firsthand account or firsthand information
  4. d A work of literature to be performed for an audience by actors
  5. e Power that is used cruelly or unjustly

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Lines that give a hint or suggest a future event
  2. Carefully; cautiously
  3. Deep feeling of guilt
  4. In a showy or exaggerated way
  5. The topic of a work in literature. (Usually stated as a single word or short phrase.)

5 True/False Questions

  1. climaxTurning point in the plot

          

  2. comic reliefA bit of humor injected into a serious play

          

  3. animationA reference to a statement, person, place, or event that the playwright expects readers to know

          

  4. forlornTo strengthen

          

  5. playwrightTurning point in the plot

          

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