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In addition to being a type of poetry, a ______________ can refer to a way of disecting or analyzing poetry. a. class c. device b. board d. school
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In addition to being a type of poetry, a School can refer to a way of disecting or analyzing poetry.

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If Romeo gave this speech while alone on stage, it would be an example of a(n) __________. A. aside B. soliloquy C. monologue D. comic relief
Weegy: If Romeo gave this speech alone, it would be B. Soliloquy User: In dramatic works, how are stage directions set apart from the rest of the text? A. They are italicized and put in quotation marks. B. They are put in quotation marks and brackets. C. They are put in quotation marks and parentheses. D. They are italicized or put in parentheses or brackets. Weegy: In dramatic works, stage directions are set apart from the rest of the text: D. They are italicized or put in parentheses or brackets. User: Which of the following is NOT a dramatic device? A. action B. staging C. audience D. language Weegy: C. audience is NOT a dramatic device User: Which is the appropriate term for this communication between Romeo and Juliet? A. aside B. soliloquy C. dialogue D. monologue User: At the end of Act 4, Scene 5 of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet’s family and Count Paris are preparing for her funeral, but the Capulet servant, Peter, and the musicians argue about playing happy music during such a sad time. Peter and the musicians engage in a humorous exchange of insults. A. aside B. monologue C. soliloquy D. comic relief Weegy: Which dramatic device was Shakespeare using when he wrote the scene below, which takes place after one of the most tragic moments in the play? At the end of Act 4, Scene 5 of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, [ Juliet s family and Count Paris are preparing for her funeral, but the Capulet servant, Peter, and the musicians argue about playing happy music during such a sad time. Peter and the musicians engage in a humorous exchange of insults. The answer is: A. aside ] User: •Positioning of actors on stage •Scenic backgrounds •Props and costumes •Lighting and sound effects A. staging B. dialogue C. stage directions D. Aristotle’s Elements of Drama Weegy: Positioning of actors on stage, Scenic backgrounds, Props and costumes, Lighting and sound effects is called A. staging. User: An uninterrupted ... (More)
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At the end of Act 4, Scene 5 of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Peter and the musicians engage in a humorous exchange of insults. This is an example of: comic relief.
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