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The catastrophe in Hamlet occurs in the (first, middle, final) scene with the death of (Hamlet, Ophelia, Polonius) following that of Gertrude, Claudius, and Laertes.
The climax of a play is immediately followed by (resolution, falling action, catastrophe)
The Faerie Queen (Richard Tottle, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spencer, the Dark Lady)
famous writer of interludes (Richard Tottle, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spencer, the Dark Lady)
Sir Frances Bacon
The hero of a tragedy fails and falls because of his _____. (dialogue, action, tragic flaw, personality)
A humorous scene inserted in a play to provide emotional relaxation is called (humorous, pause for, comic) relief.
The repetition of initial consonants in a line of poetry is _____. (satire, personification, alliteration, simile)
responsible for the first collection of songs and lyrics in England (Richard Tottle, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spencer, the Dark Lady)
Shakespeare's greatest plays were performed first in _____. (the court, the courtyard of inns, churches, the Globe theater)
the Globe theater
The struggle between opposing forces in a play is called the (the conflict, climax, catastrophe)
subject of Shakespeare's sonnets (Richard Tottle, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spencer, the Dark Lady)
the Dark Lady
The time and place of a play is its ______. (character, stage directions, exposition, setting)
The two types of conflict that can exist in any piece of literature are (external, exterior, physical) conflict, such as man against man, and (internal, inner, moral) conflict, such as man struggling to make a choice.
A writer who gives human characteristics to an inanimate object is using the poetic device called (metaphor, alliteration, personification, allusion)
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