What is the most likely reason that Shakespeare would include a scene in a tragedy that focuses on a minor character who uses a commoner’s dialect and falls over everything?
A. to show that he is ...
B. to promote a social cause
C. to poke fun at an unpopular politician
D. to provide comic relief
I would think the answer is D) - to provide comic relief in a tragedy
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