Semester Exam Vocabulary Review #3: Question Preview (ID: 12500)


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Aside
a) two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme b) words spoken by a character in a play, usually in an undertone or to the audience c) a fourteen-line lyric poem, usually written in iambic pentameter, that has one of several rhyme sche d) the humorous use of a word or phrase to suggest two or more meanings at the same time
Soliloquy (Pronounced: SOH-li-loh-kwee)
a) a story told through characters played by actors b) a long, uninterrupted speech presented in front of other characters c) a drama with a happy ending; a lighthearted or humorous work d) a speech in which a character is alone or believes he is alone on stage and expresses thoughts out l
Monologue
a) a story told through characters played by actors b) a long, uninterrupted speech presented in front of other characters c) a drama with a happy ending; a lighthearted or humorous work d) a speech in which a character is alone or believes he is alone on stage and expresses thoughts out l
Drama
a) a story told through characters played by actors b) a long, uninterrupted speech presented in front of other characters c) a drama with a happy ending; a lighthearted or humorous work d) a speech in which a character is alone or believes he is alone on stage and expresses thoughts out l
Comedy
a) a speech in which a character is alone or believes he is alone on stage and expresses thoughts out l b) a drama with a happy ending; a lighthearted or humorous work c) a long, uninterrupted speech presented in front of other characters d) a story told through characters played by actors
Tragic Hero
a) a hero who has a weakness of personality which causes him or her to make unfortunate choices b) a humorous character introduced to relieve the seriousness or emotional intensity of the play c) the weakness in character which causes the downfall of a tragic hero d) a contrast between what the audience perceives and what a character does not know
Tragic Flaw
a) a hero who has a weakness of personality which causes him or her to make unfortunate choices b) a humorous character introduced to relieve the seriousness or emotional intensity of the play c) the weakness in character which causes the downfall of a tragic hero d) a contrast between what the audience perceives and what a character does not know
Comic Relief
a) a hero who has a weakness of personality which causes him or her to make unfortunate choices b) a humorous character introduced to relieve the seriousness or emotional intensity of the play c) the weakness in character which causes the downfall of a tragic hero d) a contrast between what the audience perceives and what a character does not know
Dramatic Irony
a) a hero who has a weakness of personality which causes him or her to make unfortunate choices b) a humorous character introduced to relieve the seriousness or emotional intensity of the play c) a contrast between what is expected and what really happens d) a contrast between what the audience perceives and what a character does not know
Situational Irony
a) a hero who has a weakness of personality which causes him or her to make unfortunate choices b) a humorous character introduced to relieve the seriousness or emotional intensity of the play c) a contrast between what the audience perceives and what a character does not know d) a contrast between what is expected and what really happens
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