5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a passage ways for the actors to make their entrances and exits.
- b a third character which allowed more complex interactions of dialogue (sophocles)
- c as defined by aristotle, a play in which suffering brings about self-knowledge; serious treatment of religous and moral questions.
- d A cleansing the viewer receives from watchng; a release from tension.
- e separated by each scene; no curtain; on plot (aristotle)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the stone seats reserved for prestigous people originaly for the priests.
- the first choral ode of the Chorus, " exposistion"
- setting up of slef as supier to all humans, even equal to god (gods), extreme pride; arrogance
- cart rolled out to show bodies of warriors killed in battle.
5 True/False Questions
Dithyramb → altar of dionysus that sits in the center of the orchestra
aristeia → reversal of fortune
dramatic irony → Specatator Seating; "seeing place" (embankment)
prologos → estbalishes dramatic situation
chorus → leader of the chorus that can play an individual role in the place.