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In Shakespeare’s tragedies, what do you call the turning point that determines how the play will end? A. the climax B. the crisis C. the catastrophe D. the conflict
C. the catastrophe D. the conflict
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The answer is B. the crisis is the turning point
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In his funeral speech, Antony repeats the line: “Brutus is an honorable man.” several times.
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