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The __________ served as a stage for Roman politicians and philosophers. Globe gallery Forum street
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User: The __________ served as a stage for Roman politicians and philosophers. Globe gallery Forum street

Weegy: The forum served as a stage for Roman politicians and philosophers.
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User: The three men Crassus, Pompey, and Caesar joined together as a __________ to lead the empire. friends Senate Republic triumvirate

Weegy: The three men Crassus, Pompey, and Caesar joined together as a TRIUMVIRATE to lead the empire.


User: Based on the excerpt above, which statement about Caesar is true? Caesar was disliked by the common people. Caesar had no desire for a political career. Cicero believed Caesar had noble political intentions. Caesar gained popularity and political influence but also gained enemies during his life

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Weegy: The difference between a monologue and a soliloquy is simple. A monologue is a character talking to another character and they know that they are speaking to another character. [ A soliloquy is a character is speaking themselves whenever are alone. Check the link for additional details: ] User: How do asides work in conjunction with dramatic irony? An aside is another name for a soliloquy and helps the audience understand dramatic irony by revealing a character’s inner thoughts. An aside gives the other characters more information than what the audience knows; it helps the characters see when other characters' actions might not reflect their intentions. An aside gives the audience more information than what the other characters know; it helps the audience see when a character’s actions might not end up as planned. An aside is another name for a monologue and helps the audience understand dramatic irony by revealing a character’s ideas to the audience and other characters. Weegy: Asides work in conjunction with dramatic irony as follows: An aside gives the audience more information than what the other characters know; it helps the audience see when a character's actions might not end up as [ planned. ] User: What is the relationship between drama and plays? Drama is the plot of a play. Drama only occurs in a poem. Drama and plays have no relationship. Drama is the genre of literature to which plays belong. (More)
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