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19. Before the Renaissance, virtually all dramas focused on A. religious themes. B. the human condition. C. family relationships. D. life-and-death plots.
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User: 19. Before the Renaissance, virtually all dramas focused on A. religious themes. B. the human condition. C. family relationships. D. life-and-death plots.

Weegy: Before the Renaissance, virtually all dramas focused on religious themes.
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User: 18. Shakespeare's plays often contain puns, which are A. plays on words. B. slang terms. C. rhyming lines D. archaic phrases.

Weegy: Shakespeare's plays often contain puns, which are: play on words.
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User: 17. When humanism spread and affected literature, authors and dramatists began writing about A. various gods and goddesses. B. sinful practices. C. human psychology. D. biblical tenets.

Weegy: When humanism spread and affected literature, authors and dramatists began writing about human psychology.
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User: 16. Dramas are meant to be read, but also heard and A. seen. B. delivered. C. memorized. D. analyzed.

Weegy: Dramas are meant to be read, but also heard and seen.
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User: 15. Just as books have chapters, plays are divided up into A. acts. B. scenes. C. verses. D. lines.

Weegy: Just as books have chapters, plays are divided up into Acts.
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User: 14. Which statement would a humanist most likely agree with? A. The human body is full of flaws and the soul is sinful. B. You only get one life, so make sure it's a good and happy one. C. Time on earth is temporary and preparation for a life in heaven. D. Humans pale in importance when compared to gods.

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You only get one life, so make sure it's a good and happy one, is the statement that a humanist would likely agree with.
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The identity an author creates for himself in a story is known as his persona.
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A character who is depicted realistically and has his or her own personality and history in a story is an individuated character.

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