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a poetic device used to imitate natural sound
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User: a poetic device used to imitate natural sound

User: Seneca was a writer of ancient Greek comedy.

User: Aeschylus was a writer of ancient Roman comedy.

User: Terence was a former slave and writer of ancient Roman comedy.

User: A parody is a humorous work imitating the style of another more serious work.

User: The climax of a play is the highest point of rising action; the turning point.

User: A catharsis is a cleansing of emotions.

User: Plays were not often performed in public for several centuries during the early Middle Ages.

User: The element not usually found in a tragedy is _____.

User: Combinations of short plays producing long narratives on broad topics and sometimes acted on a series of wagons during the medieval period were _____.

User: Everyman is _____.

User: What do Higgins and Doolittle have in common?

User: Shaw won both an Academy Award and a Nobel Prize in Literature.

User: When Doolittle first meets Higgins and Pickering, what does he ask for money for?

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Asked 3/9/2012 9:25:25 AM
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Onomatopoeia are words used to imitate natural sounds.
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TRUE. Terence was a former slave and writer of ancient Roman comedy.
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TRUE. A parody is a humorous work imitating the style of another more serious work.
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TRUE. The climax of a play is the highest point of rising action; the turning point.
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