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Which three elements does all classical drama include? tragedy plot character dialogue soliloquy dramatic irony
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User: Which three elements does all classical drama include? tragedy plot character dialogue soliloquy dramatic irony

Weegy: The three elements all classical drama includes are: plot, character, and dialogue.
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User: Combinations of short plays producing long narratives on broad topics and sometimes acted on a series of wagons during the medieval period were _____. farces satires cycles comedies

Weegy: Mystery plays were performed on wagons, and consisted of series of short subjects usually taken from the Bible.
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Weegy: Combinations of short plays producing long narratives on broad topics and sometimes acted on a series of wagons during the medieval period were: CYCLES.
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User: Everyman is _____. a farce an allegory a parody a liturgy

Weegy: a parody
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The 15th century play, Everyman, is an ALLEGORY.
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