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Introduction to Shakespeare

Chiutsi, J

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2.He died this year
3.the feeling of uncertainty and interest about the outcome of certain actions, most often referring to an audience's perceptions in a dramatic work.
5.His year of birth.
6.Shakespeare wrote 38 of them.
10.Girls got married at this age in the Elizabethan era
14.A dramatic or literary form of discourse in which a character talks to himself or herself or reveals his or her thoughts without addressing a listener.
17.Shakespeare's nationality
18.these can be people, objects or animals
19.The central idea of a story
21.A ------------- is a fourteen-line poem in iambic pentameter with a carefully patterned rhyme scheme
23.The introduction of a story is also known as the
24.Shakespeare's own theatre.
28.Shakespeare's wife
29.Elizabethan sport.
31.opposes the main character
34.Shakespeare wrote tragedies,sonnets and these.
35.one event that triggers action in a story
36.He died at this age.
37.repetition of the first consonant
42.Shakespeare's birth place
47.two contrasting words used together
48.Shakespeare's dad
49.William's only son
50.Shakespeare wrote during this period
1.comparison using as and like
4.William got married in this month of 1582.
7.William's first born daughter
8.Shakespeare's shortest tragedy.
9.Queen of England during Shakespeare's time
11.William's most popular tragedy
12.William was __________ years older than his wife.
12.William was the third born in a family of _____________
13.William married at this age.
15.Shakespeare of often called ______________
16.Dies because of a personal weakness called a tragic flaw.
20.An evil character in a play.
22.A story with a sad ending.
25.Giving non-living things human qualities
26.use of words that immitate the sound they represent.
27.These lead to the climax
30.A play is divided into acts and _______________
32.A piece of dialogue intended for the audience and supposedly not heard by the other actors on stage
33.Major character in a play.
38.evident exaggeration for emphasis
39.William's mom
40.William is popularly known as as a poet,actor and _______.
41.The highest point a story can ever reach.
43.How many children did Shakespeare have?
44.A story with a happy ending.
45.One of Shakespeare's twins.
46.where Shakespeare began his career.

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