Question 113 / 3 ptsLet us imagine a play written by William Shakespeare has been discovered. The structure is this: In the magical land of Tyranius, Herold’s wife and children are taken from him by an evil merchant. His family is whisked away to across the world. Herold’ eldest male child, Daniel, leaves behind his wife Marianne. Herold and Marianne then begin a trek across land and sea to bring the family back home. As they struggle to get to their family, Marianne is stolen by a rich landowner. It is only after Herold sells his wedding ring that he has enough money to buy Marianne back from the landowner. When Herold and Marianne finally reach their loved ones, the evil merchant will only give over the children but wishes to keep Herold’s wife for himself. His wife agrees and Daniel and Marianne are reunited. As the play reaches its bittersweet conclusion, the spirit of Herold’s wife return to Herold, saying that even though the merchant has her in body, her spirit will stay with Herold forever.” Based on the structural elements needed to classify Shakespeare’s stories, which genre does this story belong to?