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Twelfth Night Act 1

Act 1 Study Guide and Quiz

how do Shakespearean Comedies usually end? Happy endings, usually end in marriage
What struggles do they involve? Young lovers overcoming separation and unification
Contain mistaken what? identities
What kind of characters? Clever servant
What is the mood? Heightened tensions often w/in a family
What is the plot like? Multiple, intertwining plots
What kind of jokes? Puns
What kind of elements do these comedies contain? Elements of the improbable, the fantastic, the supernatural, or the miraculous
What do the happy endings include? An improbable turn of events
What is the other aspect? Philosophical aspect involving weightier issues and themes
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