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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Playwright
  2. Thought
  3. Royalty
  4. Neoclassic Unites
  5. Comedy of Character
  1. a time, place, action
  2. b the author, or crafter, of the play
  3. c a fee for each performance granted by French National Assembly in 1791
  4. d ideas found in a play
  5. e action is driven by the eccentricities of its major figure

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. reality, morality, universality, defines versimilitude
  2. works spoked by the characters in a play
  3. Written descriptions of physical or emotional action or physical appearance
  4. secondary lines of action that are entwined with the main story
  5. physical humor

5 True/False questions

  1. Poetic JusticeA device typical of the end of melodrama, Good is rewarded evil is punished

          

  2. climaxemotional high point, critical stage of the conflict

          

  3. Reversaloccurs when a line of action veers around suddenly to it opposite

          

  4. Romantic Comedyfollows the attempts of lovers to get together

          

  5. Dramatists GuildTragedy, Comedy, Tragicomedy, Melodrama

          

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