In master harold this element of structure is

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Question 9In Master Harold this element of structure is connected to the phone callsabout Hally's father. It may be the first mention of Dad coming home, or alater phone call, depending on the production.Climax Inciting Incident Rising Action Expositon
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2 / 2 ptsQuestion 10In Antigone, this element of structure is dealt with in the prologue as Ismeneand Antigone discuss events that happened the day before
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2/2/20, 11’20 PMMidterm 1: THEA 105 SP20 MERGEDPage 6 of 24Inciting Incident Rising Action 2 / 2 ptsQuestion 11One example of this element of structure from the play M. Butterfly is thescene in which Rene Gallimard embarks on his “extra-extra-marital affair”with a student named Renee.
Correct!Correct!Exposition Inciting Incident 2 / 2 ptsQuestion 12The term that means the audience pretends it is viewing events through aninvisible barrier, while the characters are unaware of us.
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2/2/20, 11’20 PMMidterm 1: THEA 105 SP20 MERGEDPage 7 of 24Mask Work 2 / 2 ptsQuestion 13This convention occurs when a character turns to the audience to "tell thetruth" about their feelings and then turns back into the scene.Outer Directed Monologue The Fourth Wall Aside
Correct!Correct!Soliloquy 2 / 2 ptsQuestion 14This convention means that a character talks aloud to reveal their privatethoughts, though there is no one on stage with them.
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2/2/20, 11’20 PMMidterm 1: THEA 105 SP20 MERGEDPage 8 of 242 / 2 ptsQuestion 15When Song in M. Butterfly has long solo speeches that are spoken directly toRene Gallimard, this is an example of which convention?
2 / 2 ptsQuestion 16The play Master Harold is performed as if the characters are entirelyunaware of the audience watching them. This is called not "breaking" whichconvention?
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2/2/20, 11’20 PMMidterm 1: THEA 105 SP20 MERGEDPage 9 of 24The primary social conflict during the early centuries of white colonization inSouth Africa was between two European communities, which were. . .The English and The Bantu The Dutch and The French The English and The Germans The Dutch and The English
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