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Q: true or false: The resolution is the peak of the play's structure.
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User: true or false: The resolution is the peak of the play's structure.

Weegy: Which play of Shakespeare is being referred to in this question?
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User: are written to be performed.

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User: Reading a play successfully requires: a. making a list of all the characters b. using your imagination c. ignoring the stage directions d. paying close attention to hints and details

Weegy: The goal is to be able to play as you read. Start ... Once you've successfully sight-read a piece of music ... [ Learning to sight read piano music requires lots of practice.
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User: The use of distortions in time or space is referred to as: expressionism romanticism realism symbolism.

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The resolution is the peak of the play's structure. FALSE.
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PLAYS are written to be performed.
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Reading a play successfully requires: using your imagination, and paying close attention to hints and details.
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The use of distortions in time or space is referred to as: expressionism.
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