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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Example of Pathos
  2. Denouement
  3. Foot
  4. Tragic Hero
  5. Example of Tragic Hero
  1. a a privileged, exalted character of high repute, who, by virtue of a tragic flaw and fate, suffers a fall from glory into suffering
  2. b Romeo and Juliet
  3. c the resolution of the plot of a literary work
  4. d a metrical unit composed of stressed and unstressed syllables. For example: an iamb or iambic foot is represented by, that is, an unaccented syllable followed by an accented one. (iambic pentameter=5 sections of 2 syllables, =10 syllables per line, and unstressed, stressed, unstressed, stressed)
  5. e Juliet's soliloquy before she takes the potion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The sonnets at the beginning of act I and II
  2. the purging of the feelings of pity and fear that, according to Aristotle, occur in the audience of tragic drama. The audience experiences ____ at the end of the play following the catastrophe
  3. a speech in a play that is meant to be heard by the audience but not by other characters on the stage. If there are no other characters present, the ____ represents the character thinking aloud.
  4. Mercutio's Queen Mab dream
  5. Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time

5 True/False questions

  1. Example of AsideBalthasar telling the audience that he will stay because he doesn't trust Romeo

          

  2. Ironya character who contrasts and parallels the main character in a play or story

          

  3. How Are Romeo and Juliet Tragic Heroes?Fate hates them, they come from two very high ranking families, they have a tragic flaw, and they die

          

  4. Friar's Plan 1Drink potion, Romeo will get her out, send Romeo a letter explaining for it to work

          

  5. Example of Tragic FlawRomeo and Juliet's hastiness

          

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