A. Hamlet cannot be staged properly because of the complexity of the play’s use of language.
B. Hamlet is not relevant to the Romantic age. C. The role of Hamlet cannot be properly played by any actor.
D. Hamlet is a work that was written to be read, not performed.
A. Members of the audience who comment on the play’s actions
B. Characters who remind the audience that the play is fictional
C. A group of characters who comment
on the actions of the play while participating in them D. A group of characters who comment on the actions of the play while not participating in them
A. A story in which the author provides an explicit moral
B. A story that takes place in the distant past
C. A light-hearted, humorous story in which viewers are shown proper ways to behave
D. A story told to little children
A. Poetry should be written in the common language of ordinary people.
B. Poetry should focus on the lives and thoughts of elite people.
C. Poetry should never concern itself with the natural world. D. Poetry should rhyme.