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Just as books have chapters, plays are divided up into A. scenes. B. acts. C. verses. D. lines.
Just as books have chapters, plays are divided up into acts.
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Just as books have chapters, plays are divided up into acts.
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Social commentary includes personal feelings about matters.
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In a drama, an "extra" is a character that is unimportant.
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Foolish flaws and personal preferences is an example of alliteration.
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