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English Literature Test 6

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The writer's structure and the relationship of actions, characters and events in a fictional work. The organization of the narrative

A shortened version of an original text, created by removing passages or sections of the text

A collection of Comedies, Histories and tragedies (36 in total) of Shakespeare's works, published in 1623.

Words that modify verbs, clauses, sentences and adjectives

This refers to an imaginary wall, as if separating the actors on stage from the audience

Another term for a Shakespearean sonnet

A bawdy song and dance in Renaissance drama that was performed by a clown, or other actors, at the end of a play

A poetic term used to refer to a verse having the expected number of syllables in the final foot

Refers to the period during the reign of King James I, between 1603-1625. Shakespeare wrote his later works in the that period.

This type is now less popular than in the past. It was a drama performed with no interval and was generally less than an hour long.

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