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A pun is a literary work that aims to correct something by ridiculing it. True False
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User: A chorus is a group of twelve or more members who sang and danced as a part of their commentary about a play. True False

User: A pun is a literary work that aims to correct something by ridiculing it. True False

Weegy: Asked Is a pun literary work that aims to correct something by ridiculing it and said it was the same as True or false A pun is a literary work that [ aims to correct ... ]
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User: What is dramatic irony? when a character says one thing but means another when a character makes fun of another character without them understanding when the audience knows something the characters do not a gentle correction made by playful teasing

Weegy: (a)when a character says one thing but means another
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User: 1. allegories of vice and virtue

Weegy: The Answer is True. chorus, a group of singers distinct from the principal performers in a dramatic or musical performance; also the song or refrain that they sing. [ In classical Greek tragedy a chorus of twelve or fifteen masked performers would sing, with dancing movements, a commentary on the action of the play, interpreting its events from the standpoint of traditional wisdom. ]
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