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In Pygmalion the play, Shaw believed art should have a moral message. True False
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User: In Pygmalion the play, Shaw believed art should have a moral message. True False

Weegy: "In a true republic of art, ... the screenplay of the film version of Pygmalion rather than the original stage play ... [ Shaw believed that income for individuals ... ]


User: When Doolittle first meets Higgins and Pickering, what does he ask for money for? gas bill food for his children a night on the town his daughter's education

Weegy: A night on the town
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User: Shaw won both an Academy Award and a Nobel Prize in Literature. True False

Weegy: Who was the first English writer to win the Nobel prize for literature? asked ... Are the Academy Awards and the ... [ how do we discern what is true or false, ... ]


User: Who says the following and why? "I have learnt something from your idiotic notions: I confess that humbly and gratefully. And I have grown accustomed to your voice and appearance. I like them, rather." Liza is explaining to Higgins that she will miss him. Higgins is trying to keep Liza from leaving. Pickering is teasing Higgins about going to India. Higgins is making fun of Liza's dialect. Question #17MultipleChoice Score: The element not usually found in a tragedy is _____. a flaw in the heroaction that produces a catharsisa suffering heropantomimesnone of the above Question #18MultipleChoice Score: Words that may have several meanings in a humorous situation are _____. metaphorssimilespuns Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: Put the following in the order of classical plot structure. first: complicationexpositiondenouementcrisis second: expositioncomplicationcrisisdenouement third: crisisdenouementexpositioncomplication final: crisiscomplicationexpositiondenouement Question #20MultipleChoice Score: Combinations of short plays producing long narratives on broad topics and sometimes acted on a series of wagons during the medieval period were _____. farcessatirescyclescomedies Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: Our earliest sources of tragedy and comedy date from MedievalGreekRenaissanceRoman times. Question #22TrueFalse Score: A parody is a humorous work imitating the style of another more serious work. TrueFalse Question #23MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. What do Higgins and Doolittle have in common? Neither gives Liza the attention that she craves.Both would sell Liza if they could.Neither have any moral sense.They both treat people from all classes the same.They are both physically violent. Question #24MultipleChoice Score: Who says the following and why? "Don't ask me. I've been away in India for several years; and manners have changed so much that I sometimes don't know whether I'm at a respectable dinner-table or in a ship's forecastle." Mrs. Higgins is scolding Henry for his poor manners.Pickering is trying to excuse Liza's "small talk."Higgins is scolding Liza for her "Ah—ow—ooh!" noise.Mrs. Hill is lamenting that she has lost touch with new fashions. Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Who says the following and why? "What is life but a series of inspired follies? The difficulty is to find them to do. Never lose a chance: it doesn't come every day." Higgins is convincing himself to take the Liza project on.Mrs. Pearce is sarcastically trying to make Higgins reconsider taking Liza in.Pickering is displaying his famous wit.Mrs. Higgins is making excuses for Henry's behavior. Question #26MultipleChoice Score: Whom does the following describe? He is, in fact, but for his years and size, rather like a very impetuous baby "taking notice" eagerly and loudly, and requiring almost as much watching to keep him out of unintended mischief. His manner varies from genial bullying when he is in a good humor to stormy petulance when anything goes. PickeringHigginsDoolittleFreddy Question #27TrueFalse Score: A catharsis is a cleansing of emotions. TrueFalse Question #28MultipleChoice Score: Who says the following and why? " Ow, eez ye-ooa san, is e? Wal, fewd dan y' de-ooty bawmz a mather should, eed now bettern to spawl a pore gel's flahrzn than ran awy atbaht pyin. Will ye-oo py me f'them?" Liza is trying to get some money after Freddy spilled her flowers.Higgins is making fun of Liza.Liza is making fun of the way she used to talk.Doolittle is rambling on; we don't know about what. Question #29MultipleChoice Score: Who is Galatea in Shaw's play? LizaHigginsPickeringClara Question #30Matching Score: Match the following. 1. a medieval play dramatizing biblical events mystery play 2. words or actions whose meanings are recognized by the audience but unrecognized by the characters chorus 3. a story in which characters represent parts of a teaching, having both a literal and a figurative meaning miracle play 4. a medieval play dramatizing incidents in the lives of saints allegory 5. a medieval dramatized allegory in which virtues and vices appear to struggle for man's soul dramatic irony 6. group commenting on the action in ancient Greek drama morality play

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