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- Why does Death use the word cruelly?
- Which of the following best summarizes God’s admonition?
- In context, the excerpt says that __________.
- In context, the excerpt depicts heaven and hell as __________.
- In context, the excerpt depicts the world in which Everyman lives as __________.
- The end of a Greek play is called Exodos.
- Oedipus Rex distinguishes itself from the typical classical plot by indicating what can happen to those who disobey, mock, or disbelieve the gods.
- Richard Caxton printed Everyman in English in the early 1600’s.
- Everyman states in the play Everyman: “ O gracious God, in the high seat celestial, / Have mercy on me in this most need; / Shall I have no company from this vale terrestrial / Of mine acquaintance that way to me lead?”
In this excerpt, Everyman pleads to God to allow help from ________.
- All actors in Greek drama were male.
- “Quem Quoeritis” is the only extant Medieval English morality play.
- Greek theatre invented the drop-curtain device.
- English drama began as an aid to church liturgy.
- In Greek theater, actors dressed behind a circular curtain.
- Oedipus declares that he is no murderer.
- Antigone and Ismene are Oedipus’ daughter and son, respectively.
- Aeschylus was a student of Sophocles.
- According to the “Three Unities,” action was restricted to one main action with few or no subplots.
- Both men and women served in the Greek chorus.
- Miracle plays used variety in subject matter and plot.
- Oedipus Rex begins after a plague has begun.
- The doctor (teacher) in Everyman says that _____ will forsake you.
- Desdemona is as dishonest as Iago.
- Everyman states in the play Everyman: “Alas, shall I have no longer respite? / I may say Death giveth no warning: / To think on thee, it maketh my heart sick, / For all unready is my book of reckoning.” The main claim of this excerpt is that
- Choose the incorrect statement.
- The Greeks were a war-like culture and enjoyed seeing bloodshed on the stage.
- “Quem Quoeritis” is the second oldest extant liturgical drama from England.
- Morality plays bridged the gap between Medieval drama and _____.
- Because so much of the Greek population desired to enjoy the benefits of royalty, there were often on-stage conflicts between actors playing commoners and kings.
- The chorus in Greek drama always remains on stage.
- The prologue of Oedipus Rex does not
- In Everyman, who does not speak?
- Oedipus speaks of _____ as seer and student of mysteries.
- According to Plato, a Greek critic, a tragic hero must fall from high to low estate.
- According to Fellowship in Everyman, what is duty?
- The beggar in “Quem Quoeritis” pleads that he be included in Christ’s resurrection.
- A “tragic flaw” always results in a complete loss.
- In the play Oedipus the Chorus say: “Alas the seed of men./…/ That breathe on void and are void / And exist and do not exist?” In context, what do lines 2-3 — “That breathe on void and are void / And exist and do not exist?”—mean?
- The name of the blind seer in Oedipus is Kreon.
- Aeschylus and Sophocles used the annual March festival that Pisistratus instituted in 534 B.C. to initiate many contributions to the development of drama.
- Greek choral odes are the precursors of Shakespearean soliloquies.
- Jokasta in Oedipus Rex thinks at one point that her baby
- Miracle plays became obsolete largely from the re-emergence of Roman models of drama.
- Everyman’s theme is that life is transitory.
- “Hamartia” is a criminal act committed in ignorance of some material fact or even for the sake of greater good.
- Aristotle, the Greek critic, said that a tragic hero could either be a nobleman or a common man.
- Ancient Greek drama was not original, because the playwright took his plots/story from the familiar myths of the gods.
- Aristotle, the Greek critic, said that a tragic hero should be a nobleman.
- Elizabethan drama held to the single day theory of Classical drama.
- Denouement is the rising action.
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