quiz 9 - Points Awarded Points Missed Percentage 784 0 100...

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Points Awarded  784 Points Missed  0 Percentage  100% 1. Melodrama as a form of theatre disappeared by the beginning of the 20th c. Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: Fals e Your Response: Fals e 2. Match each item (A-S) with #1-5 1. Traditional Tragedy 2. Modern Tragedy 3. Heroic Drama 4. Bourgeois or Domestic  Drama 5. Melodrama
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A. The hero or heroine is an extraordinary person and a person of stature: a king, a  queen, a general etc. B. The language used in the play is prose C. The heros or heroines accept responsibility for their actions and also show a  willingness to suffer and an immense capacity for suffering D. The tragic thought and feeling are often expressed through the subtext, not on the  surface of the text E. The characters are small men and women, often with no social stature F. Reflects the view that the individual human being is a helpless victim of society G. The situation becomes irretrievable, there is no turning back, no way out H. The language of the play is verse
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