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Tragedy is intended to be depressing. True False
FALSE. Tragedy is NOT intended to be depressing.
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User: Tragedy is intended to be depressing. True False





Weegy: FALSE. Tragedy is NOT intended to be depressing.
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User: The subjects of morality plays are usually abstractions. True False

Weegy: TRUE. The subjects of morality plays are usually abstractions.
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User: When someone says that a sonnet has "fourteen lines of iambic pentameter," what does that mean? a)There are fourteen words that rhyme with each other in a regular rhyme scheme. b)There are fourteen lines with five sets of stressed and unstressed syllables. c)There are fourteen lines with five sets of unstressed and stressed syllables

Weegy: When someone says that a sonnet has "fourteen lines of iambic pentameter," what does that mean? b)There are fourteen lines with five sets of stressed and unstressed syllables.
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