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Unformatted text preview: b) disembowels her c) cuts her nose and breasts d) cuts off her hair 7. Simhika's brother arrives. At the end there is a confrontation and Kirmira is killed by a) the Pandava brothers together b) the elder brother Bhima c) the youngest brother Sahadeva d) another demon 8. Zarrilli points out the centrality of killing in Kathakali plays and relates it to a) the importance of the goddess and animal sacrifice in Kerala b) a traditional theme in Sanskrit theater c) popular demand 9. He discusses the most significant insignia of divine and kingly power in Kerala, a) the sword b) the temple c) the throne d) the crown 10. The two ways that this play has been staged that Zarrilli discusses (natyadharmi and lokadharmi) revolve around a) realism b) use of stage props c) adherence to the original story d) adherence to theatrical norms...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course SAST 005 taught by Professor Allynminer during the Spring '12 term at UPenn.
- Spring '12