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User: Who of the following wrote Roman comedy? Aeschylus Sophocles Euripides Seneca Aristophanes Plautus Terence

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

Weegy: True
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User: Who of the following wrote Greek comedy? Aeschylus Sophocles Euripides Seneca Aristophanes Plautus Terence Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Of the following, who was the first to emphasize internal character conflict? EuripidesSophoclesAristophanesAeschylus Question #7MultipleChoice Score: What is dramatic irony? when a character says one thing but means anotherwhen a character makes fun of another character without them understandingwhen the audience knows something the characters do nota gentle correction made by playful teasing Question #8Paragraph Score: Explain plot structure in drama. skipUpload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Question #9MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Who of the following wrote Roman tragedy? AeschylusSophoclesEuripidesSenecaAristophanesPlautusTerence Question #10MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Who of the following wrote Greek tragedy? AeschylusSophoclesEuripidesSenecaAristophanesPlautusTerence Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Who freely used his own versions of classical myths in his tragedies? EuripidesSophoclesAristophanesAeschylus Question #12Matching Score: 1. allegories of vice and virtue miracle play 2. about saints' lives morality play 3. based on Bible stories mystery play Question #13TrueFalse Score: A chorus is a group of twelve or more members who sang and danced as a part of their commentary about a play. TrueFalse Question #14TrueFalse Score: A tragic hero is a protagonist having a flaw, error, weakness, or vice that causes him to lose everything, sometimes even his life. TrueFalse Question #15MultipleChoice Score: A literary work imitating the style of another work is a _____. punparodycomedy

Weegy: You need to separate these questions one bye one. I will answer the first one. Aristophanes wrote Greek comedy.
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