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Three types of plays that grew from the Christian church were: _____. Tragedies Miracle plays Mystery plays Classical drama Comedies Morality plays

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Three types of plays that grew from the Christian church were: _____. Tragedies Miracle plays Mystery plays Classical drama Comedies Morality plays

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Match the description to the term. 1. a medieval play dramatizing biblical events allegory 2. words or actions whose meanings are recognized by the audience but unrecognized by the characters chorus 3. a story in which characters represent parts of a teaching, having both a literal and a figurative meaning mystery play 4. a medieval play dramatizing incidents in the lives of saints morality play 5. a medieval dramatized allegory in which virtues and vices appear to struggle for man’s soul miracle play 6. group commenting on the action in ancient Greek drama dramatic irony

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1) Mystery play: A medieval play dramatizing biblical events

Part of the vernacular drama, they developed from plays represented in Latin by the churchmen, thay usually refered to the creation, Adam and Eve, the mirder of Abel and the final judgment.

2) Dramatic irony: words or actions whose meanings are recognized by the audience but unrecognized by the character.

Usually found in plays, movies, theatres and sometimes in poetry, it is used to create intense suspence and humor.

3) Allegory: A story in which characters represent parts of a teaching, having both a literal and figurative meaning.

Usually refered to as a symbolic representation.

4) Miracle play: A medievla play dramatizing incidents in the lives of saints.

Part of the vernacular drama, it evolved from liturgical offices of the 10th and 11th century, by the 13th century it was fully developed.

5) Morality play: A medieval dramatized allegory in which virtues and vices appear to struggle for man’s soul.

Pat of the vernacular drama, was popular in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries. It is centered on a here which weaknesses’s are attacked by evil forces, choosing redemption and God.

6) Chorus: Group commenting on the action in ancient Greek drama.

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A Dolls House Multiple Choice QuestionsQUESTION 1 Mrs. Linde broke off her relationship with Krogstad because A. Krogstad was a criminal. B. her parents disapproved of the relationship. C. Krogstad could not support Mrs. Linde’s mother and brothers. D. Mrs. Linde was married at the time. 3 points QUESTION 2 Mrs. Linde’s proposal to Krogstad is that Mrs. Linde and Krogstad A. leave for America. B. ask Nora for help. C. marry. D. keep their relationship a secret from Nora. QUESTION 3 When Torvald reads Krogstad’s letter, Nora plans to A. commit suicide. B. beg for forgiveness. C. deny that she ever borrowed the money. D. run away with Dr. Rank. QUESTION 4 When Torvald reads the letter from Krogstad, his reaction is that Nora A. has done nothing to be ashamed of. B. is a criminal and a liar. C. has done the only thing she could under the circumstances. D. is still a good wife and mother. QUESTION 5 After reading Krogstad’s first letter, Torvald’s plan is to A. pretend that nothing has happened. B. throw Nora out of the house. C. send Nora to live with Dr. Rank. D. continue to live with Nora for the sake of appearance. QUESTION 6 One type of animal that Torvald uses to describe Nora is a A. bear. B. bee. C. bird. D. cat. QUESTION 7 The title A Doll House probably comes from the fact that A. Nora played with dolls as a child. B. Nora buys doll houses for her little girl. C. Nora has always waited on her husband and her father. D. Nora’s husband treats her like a pretty doll. QUESTION 8 Nora really believed that when Torvald read Krogstad’s letter he would A. throw her out of the house. B. promote Krogstad at the bank. C. fire Krogstad immediately. D. take the blame himself. QUESTION 9 When Torvald wants to make up to Nora, Nora’s plan is to A. leave the house and leave the children with Torvald. B. stay with her husband. C. leave the house but take her children with her. D. run away with Dr. Rank. QUESTION 10 At the end of the play, Nora speaks of a miracle that will not happen. The miracle she refers to is A. Torvald making peace with Krogstad. B. Torvald and Nora both changing so much that they could have a real marriage. C. Torvald and Nora learning to be good parents to their children. D. Torvald forgiving her.

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Hey there!

Correct answer is D. Comma or Period Inside Rule

A. Question mark or exclamation point inside: those are not really necessary.

B. Colon or semicolon: not, a semicolon would divide the whole sentence and it would be shorten; a colon would work but after requested, when there is already a comma.

C. Question mark or Exclamation Point Outside Rule: would not work, becase it is an very polite and affirmative sentence.

D: A comma or period inside rule: actually, just a comma would work. Please, Cooper’s dad requested, go… Cooper’s dad requested must be in between commas as it is a vocative.

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“Persephone” by Walter Wykes your laughter echoes still in that bright field where you played so carefree, a little goddess arms white as milk gathering flowers with your playmates when the earth shook and through the crumbling ground your monstrous lover burst an uninvited guest snatching you away plucking your innocence as you had plucked flowers only moments before how you must have cried out must have begged for your release when your mother learned of the abduction her grief stopped the earth, the moon, the stars in their tracks the world became eternal winter there was no consolation, no solace no moving on what an unexpected miracle when you returned to us a gift from the gods but you are not the same no longer that bright child a handful of seeds has sealed your fate and though all things flourish in your presence your laughter is colored by that other place, that dark lover and in your eyes cold winter reigns Wykes, Walter. “Persephone.” Black Cat Poems. Capella University, n.d. Web. 21 June 2011. Which archetype does Persephone exemplify in this poem? Ingénue Shrew Wicked Witch Heroine

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Answer:

c. The discoloration of ages had been great.

Explanation:

The Fall of the House of Usher (The Fall of the House of Usher) is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe first published in 1839.  The story begins with an unnamed narrator who arrives at the home of his friend, Roderick Usher, having received a letter from him in a distant part of the country complaining about an illness, and asking for his help. When he arrives, the narrator observes a thin crack that extends from the roof at the front of the building to the lake.

Although Poe wrote this tale before the invention of modern psychological science, Roderick’s condition can be described according to his terminology. It includes a form of sensory overload known as hyperesthesia (hypersensitivity to textures, light, sounds, smells and tastes), hypochondria (an excessive worry or temerity in having a serious illness), and acute anxiety. It is revealed that Roderick’s twin sister, Madeline, is also ill and falls into cataleptic trances, as if in a state of death. The narrator is impressed by Roderick’s paintings, and tries to cheer him up by reading with him and listening to his improvised musical compositions on guitar. Roderick sings “The Haunted Palace,” then tells the narrator that he believes that the house in which he lives may be alive, and that this sensitivity stems from the arrangement of the house and the surrounding vegetation.

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He had come out of the war with five inestimable blessings—his head, his wife Maria’s head and the heads of three out of their four children. As a bonus he also had his old bicycle—a miracle too but naturally not to be compared to the safety of five human heads. . . . It was unbelievable. He rubbed his eyes and looked again and it was still standing there before him. But, needless to say, even that monumental blessing must be accounted also totally inferior to the five heads in the family. This newest miracle was his little house in Ogui Overside. Which claim could use the excerpts given above as textual support? A. Although the civil war is over, the new “civil peace” is just as violent. B. Jonathan understands that he can live without things, but he cannot live without his family. C. Although Jonathan is glad the war is over, he would have been happier if it never happened. D. Jonathan optimistically expected his entire family to come out of the war uninjured.

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The correct answer is B. Jonathan understands that he can live without things, but he cannot live without his family.

Explanation:

In the text provided the narrator describes the way in which the character called Jonathan goes back home after the war has finished and he recognizes he feels lucky for having all the members of his family including himself alive and also, he finds his old bicycle has also survived the war. But this object does not compare to his family and because of this the narrator uses expressions such as “a miracle too but naturally not to be compared to the safety of five human heads” and “must be accounted also totally inferior to the five heads in the family” that show the most important is the well being of the family and not the bicycle.

On the other hand, a claim is a statement that expresses a position someone has towards some topic or issue; additionally, this claim needs to be supported by evidence that shows what is being claim is valid and logical, considering this, if the information of the text could be used to support a claim the most suitable claim will be “Jonathan understands that he can live without things, but he cannot live without his family” because this claim is connected to the main idea of the text and therefore the text can be used to support this statement as Jonathan behavior portrays the importance of family over things.

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