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1. The four best-known playwrights of the Classical Greek period

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1. The four best-known playwrights of the Classical Greek period are: (Points : 1)
Sophocles, Arthur XXXXX, XXXXX Albee, and David Rabe.
Sophocles, Akhenaton, Tutankhamon, and Nerfertiti.
Sophocles, Aeschylus, Euripides, and Aristophanes

2. A soliloquy in a play serves the main purpose of: (Points : 1)
setting the scene
revealing a character’s inner thoughts
stage directions

3. The language of poetry creates visuals by using: (Points : 1)

4. The novel is best defined as: (Points : 1)
a sentimental narrative
a long prose fiction
a dramatic story

5. The plot of a novel or play reveals (Points : 1)
the cause and effect of events
the characters’ thoughts
the author’s point of view

6. William Shakespeare’s plays were performed at (Points : 1)
the Lynn-Fontanne theater
the Globe theater
the Stratford-on-Avon playhouse

7. The play Hamlet should be classified as (Points : 1)
a comedy
a tragicomedy
a tragedy

8. The Greek philosopher Aristotle said that the audience watching a tragedy experiences a catharsis which is (Points : 1)
a revelation
an emotional purging
a sense of remorse

9. The qualities that distinguish poetic language from prose are: (Points : 1)
more words
emotional words
deliberate sound effects

10. A comedy is defined as a funny play. (Points : 1)

11. Theater productions in ancient Greece started as religious festivals. (Points : 1)

12. Nonfiction in literature uses facts and anecdotes. (Points : 1)

13. Meter in poetry refers to the length of the poem. (Points : 1)

14. The term, “aesthetic distance,” in the theater means: (Points : 1)
the distance the audience is sitting from the stage
the mental and physical separation of the audience from the stage
the size of the theater

15. Lyric poetry is distinguished by (Points : 1)
strong feeling and subjectivity
musical accompaniment
a narrative

16. The short story, “Roselilly,” by XXXXX XXXXX on pages 144-145 in our textbook illustrates (Points : 1)
an experimental technique
her focus on the oppression of black women
the distance between promise and fulfillment
all of the above.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Kathy replied 4 years ago.

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