A. it can be acted out on a very small stage.
B. it was written to be read but not acted upon a stage.
C. people will read it in secret and not publically admit they read it.
D. it was written to be acted in a church.
A. Logos refers to a writer’s presentation of character and image.
B. Logos refers to a writer’s ability to present evidence.
C. Logos refers to a writer’s ability to inspire action in readers.
D. Logos refers to a writer’s ability to inspire emotional responses in readers.
A. Lady Anne
B. Queen Elizabeth
D. Duchess of York
A. Captain Cooper
B. Victor Frankenstein
C. Captain Robert Walton
D. Sergent Thomas Vincent
A. Total depravity
B. Unconditional election
C. Limited atonement
D. Irresistible GraceE. Perseverance of the SaintsF. All of the above
A. Samuel Richardson
B. Laurence Sterne
C. Daniel Defoe
D. Charles Dickens
A. Salvador Dalí
B. Pablo Picasso
C. Juan Miró
D. Man Ray
A. Reject all previous modes of literary theory
B. Focus on a return to traditional critical methods
C. Make use of different literary theories in order to develop new theories
D. Work only with ideas developed by post- Marxist theorists