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What object in "Pyramus and Thisbe" symbolizes the obstacle keeping the lovers apart? A. Crack B. Lion C. Tree D. Wall
D. Wall - - When the wall dividing their homes was built, shrinkage in the cement left a crack in the wall that went unnoticed except by the two lovers. Through it, they whisper their sorrows and joys. [ Desperate with love, they attempt to kiss, but the crack is too small. Even so, they often remain at the wall through the night. ]
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User: What object in "Pyramus and Thisbe" symbolizes the obstacle keeping the lovers apart? A. Crack B. Lion C. Tree D. Wall

Weegy: D. Wall - - When the wall dividing their homes was built, shrinkage in the cement left a crack in the wall that went unnoticed except by the two lovers. Through it, they whisper their sorrows and joys. [ Desperate with love, they attempt to kiss, but the crack is too small. Even so, they often remain at the wall through the night. ]
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User: What object in "Pyramus and Thisbe" symbolizes the fate that awaited the lovers?

Weegy: The answer is mulberry tree: it is symbolizes the fate of the two lovers Pyramus and Thisbe.
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User: In "Pyramus and Thisbe," what part of Thisbe's costume is important to the plot of the story? A. Belt B. Hat C. Shoes D. Veil

Weegy: D. Veil is important to the plot of the story
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User: In Romeo and Juliet act 4, scene 3, what type of speech does Juliet give before taking the sleeping drug? A. Aside B. Dialogue C. Monologue D. Soliloquy

Weegy: In Romeo and Juliet act 4, scene 3, what type of speech Juliet gives before taking the sleeping drug is: D. Soliloquy.
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User: The audience sees excessive pride in the protagonist: he cannot let go of his need for approval from his followers. Unfortunately, this leads him to make choices that cause him to ultimately lose his crown. What is this character's excessive pride called? A. Catharsis B. Hamartia C. Hubris D. Peripateia

Weegy: The audience sees excessive pride in the protagonist: he cannot let go of his need for approval from his followers. Unfortunately, this leads him to make choices that cause him to ultimately lose his crown. [ This character's excessive pride is called C. Hubris. ]
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In "Pyramus and Thisbe," which of the following is NOT an antagonist to the lovers? A. Lion B. Parents C. Tree D. Wall
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