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Q: Using pairs of opposites, such as Helena and Hermia, is called A. realism. B. doubling. C. foreshadowing. D. irony.
A: Using pairs of opposites, such as Helena and Hermia, is called A. doubling. Source: and
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User: Using pairs of opposites, such as Helena and Hermia, is called A. realism. B. doubling. C. foreshadowing. D. irony.

Weegy: Using pairs of opposites, such as Helena and Hermia, is called A. doubling. Source: and
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User: 6. According to Renaissance philosophy, commoners often represent A. love. B. reason. C. pride. D. appetite.

User: To whom is Helena speaking when she says, "If you were civil and knew courtesy,/You would not do me thus much injury" (act 3, scene 2)? A. Hermia only B. Hermia and Lysander C. Lysander and Demetrius D. Demetrius and Hermia

Weegy: The answer for the question , To whom is Helena speaking when she says, If you were civil and knew courtesy,/You would not do me thus much injury(act 3, scene 2)? is B. Lysander and Demetrius
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User: In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for A. revealing great heroes as common fools. B. the device of mistaken identity. C. fatally flawed characters. D. an unusual use of Middle English.

Weegy: The answer is C
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User: In A Midsummer Night's Dream, Bottom, Flute, and Snout have names that are puns on A. their trade or employment. B. their physical appearance. C. famous people of that day. D. malapropisms.

Weegy: In A Midsummer Night's Dream, Bottom, Flute, and Snout have names that are puns on C. their trade or employment.
may100|Points 2076|

User: In Act II, Scene 1, of A Midsummer Night's Dream, who is speaking to whom in these lines?

User: In Act II, Scene 1, of A Midsummer Night's Dream, who is speaking to whom in these lines? I will not stay thy questions; let me go Or, if thou follow me, do not believe But I shall do thee mischief in the wood. A. Demetrius to Lysdander B. Demetrius to Helen C. Lysander to Demetrius D. Hermia to Helen

Weegy: C. Demetrius to Helen
ShannelleR|Points 280|

User: The craftsmen in the play speak in prose because A. Theseus would have forbidden them to use verse. B. that kind of common language symbolizes their status in life. C. too much blank verse gets tiresome. D. it's the language of love.

User: The craftsmen in the play speak in prose because

Weegy: The craftsmen in the play speak in prose because that kind of common language symbolizes their status in life.




User: When are the following lines spoken? If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber'd here, While these visions did appear. A. Right before Puck casts a spell on Bottom B. At the very end of act 5 C. When Hermia and Lysander are talking D. When Theseus and Hippolyta are talking about their wedding

Weegy: When are the following lines spoken? If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber'd here, While these visions did appear. At the very end of act 5. [ ]
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User: . When are the following lines spoken?

User: Before the Renaissance, virtually all dramas focused on A. religious themes. B. family relationships. C. the human condition. D. life-and-death plots.

Weegy: B. the human condition
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User: In act 1, the reader learns that Hermia's father refuses to allow her to marry Lysander. What do Hermia and Lysander plan to do to counteract his refusal? A. Take their case to Theseus, Duke of Athens. B. Go together to talk to Hermia's mother. C. Use a potion to convince Hermia's father. D. Run away to be married.

Weegy: A. Run away to be married.
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User: Regarding the nature of drama, which statement is false? A. In reading drama, some elements have to be imagined by the reader. B. Modern dramas, such as films, are not structured in the manner of stage plays. C. Drama is like poetry, in that it is meant to been seen and heard. D. Drama is meant to present a story through action and dialo

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