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Q: 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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Weegy: allegories tragedies comedies miracle plays mystery plays morality play During the Renaissance, drama came into its own as an art form. [ Although early types of plays had appeared as early as the 1200s, they were usually performed as part of a festival, not as events by themselves. Scholars of the Middle Ages had studied the drama of the ancient world, but they treated it as literature, suitable for reading rather than performing. Playwrights of the Renaissance revived classical* comedy and tragedy and brought them from the bookshelf to the stage. ] (More)
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