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  1. n. 1. a short poem or speech made to the audience after the end of a play. 2. a brief addition at the end of a literary work, often telling the characters' future
  2. n. an oval or round structure with tiers of seats rising from an open space in the center used for plays or contest
  3. n. one who opposes and competes with someone else; an adversary

3 True/False questions

  1. hubrisn. a felling of sympathy or pity

          

  2. monologuen.1. the lines introducing a play.2. an introductory event

          

  3. prologuen. 1. a short poem or speech made to the audience after the end of a play. 2. a brief addition at the end of a literary work, often telling the characters' future

          

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