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1. dramatic representation by actors who use only dumb show Don Quixote 2. a manner of speech or writing which uses irony, mockery, or wit to ridicule something satire 3. Samuel Richardson
autobiography 4. often cited as the first European novel pantomime 5. characterized by stereotypical heroes and violence Pamela 6. literary form in which a person writes about his own life analogy 7. comparison of two things that are alike in some respects using a familiar object to explain an unfamiliar object heroic drama
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User: 1. dramatic representation by actors who use only dumb show Don Quixote 2. a manner of speech or writing which uses irony, mockery, or wit to ridicule something satire 3. Samuel Richardson autobiography 4. often cited as the first European novel pantomime 5. characterized by stereotypical heroes and violence Pamela 6. literary form in which a person writes about his own life analogy 7. comparison of two things that are alike in some respects using a familiar object to explain an unfamiliar object heroic drama

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User: 1. dramatic representation by actors who use only dumb show pantomime 2. a manner of speech or writing which uses irony, mockery, or wit to ridicule something Heroic drama 3. Samuel Richardson utilitarianism 4. often cited as the first European novel analogy 5. characterized by stereotypical heroes and violence burlesque 6. literary form in which a person writes about his own life satire 7. comparison of two things that are alike in some respects using a familiar object to explain an unfamiliar object autobiography 8. J. Bentham Restoration comedy 9. heroes were "lively" gentlemen of questionable conduct Pamela 10. literary or dramatic work that ridicules a subject either by presenting a solemn subject in an undignified style or an inconsequential subject in a dignified style Don Quixote

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