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William Shakespeare wrote this play in the form of:
a) Haiku b) Blank Verse c) Epic Poem d) Double Dactyl
What is the central them of the play, Romeo and Juliet?
a) Betrayal b) Jealousy c) Love d) Happiness
In Act 1, Scene 5, Romeo says, \\
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Foreshadowing d) Personification
What is this play\\\'s genre?
a) Tragedy b) Comedy c) Tragicomedy d) Drama
Who said, \\
a) Romeo b) Benvolio c) Friar Laurence d) Juliet
a) Metpahor b) Simile c) Personification d) Foreshadowing
What figurative language is being used in this line: \\
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Personification d) Foreshadowing
Which sentence is NOT an example of a simile?
a) Bob Seger is like a rock. b) It\\\'s as soft as a pillow. c) Life is a highway. d) She is as light as a feather.
What is NOT a characteristic of a Shakespearean tragedy?
a) There is always a happy ending. b) \\ c) Downfall of a character through error or misjudgment. d) Ends with one or more deaths.
Who is responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet?
a) Friar Laurence b) Tybalt c) Lord and Lady Capulet d) All of the above.
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