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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Example of Aside
  2. Juliet's potion soliloquy
  3. How is this a tragedy?
  4. Chorus
  5. Example of Tragedy
  1. a Suffocate, go crazy, trust the friar, poison, ghosts kill her
  2. b The reversal, many deaths, tragic hero with flaws
  3. c a groups of characters in Greek Tragedy (and in later forms of drama), who comment on the action of a play without participating in it
  4. d Romeo and Juliet
  5. e Balthasar telling the audience that he will stay because he doesn't trust Romeo

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Mercutio and Tybalt die
  2. the use of comic scene to interrupt a succession of intensely tragic dramatic moments. The comedy of scenes offering comic relief typically parallels the tragic action that the scenes interrupt
  3. The argument between Tybalt and Mercution
  4. Friar and Nurse
  5. a type of drama in which the characters experience reversals of fortune, usually for the worse. In ___, catastrophe and suffering await many of the characters, especially the hero

5 True/False questions

  1. Ironya contrast between what is said and what is meant, or between what happens and what is expected to happen in life and in literature (verbal, situational, dramatic)

          

  2. Pathoswords spoken by an actor directly to the audience, which are not "heard" by the others characters on stage during a play

          

  3. Example of CatharsisThe sonnets at the beginning of act I and II

          

  4. Dramatic MonologueMercutio's Queen Mab dream

          

  5. 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