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Literature/L.A.-8th

Units 4 & 5 and Shakespeare pt 2

QuestionAnswer
Anecdote a brief and entertaining accound of an incident or event
euphemism an inoffensive expression that is substituted for one that is considered too harsh or blunt
holocaust originally meant great destruction of life, especially by fire
What is low comedy? focus on situation
What is high comedy? focuses on characters and dialogue
Shakespeare wrote how many plays? 37 plays
Shakespear was what, for Lord Chamberlain's Men? actor
Shakespear was also a what? Writer
What was the name of the Theater that was built as a venue for Shakespeare's plays? Globes
What are the three categories of plays that Shakespeare wrote? Comedy, history, tragedy
plot the sequence of events in a literary work
Created by: chefgrace03