DRAM quiz 12 - 1.

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1.  Unlike Western puppet theatre, the puppeteers are in full view of the audience. A) Sanskrit B) Nō C) Kabuki D) Bunraku Points Earned:  1.0/1.0  Correct Answer(s): D 2.  From details in  Mahabhasya  or  "Great Commentary,"  it appears that the main elements of this type of theatre  were in place by 140 B.C.E. A) Sanskrit B) Nō C) Kabuki D) Bunraku Points Earned:  1.0/1.0  Correct Answer(s): A 3.  Was performed on carts or wagons that were moved through a town A) Sanskrit B) Nō C) Kabuki D) none of these Points Earned:  1.0/1.0  Correct Answer(s): D 4.  The early development of this theatre can be linked to the support or patronage of the imperial court.
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A) Sanscrit B) Nō C) Bunraku D) Chinese Points Earned:  1.0/1.0  Correct Answer(s): D 5.  Uses music and song extensively A) Nō B) Bunraku C) Chinese D) all of these Points Earned:  1.0/1.0  Correct Answer(s): D 6. 
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