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Title: Othello


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Othello
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Types of Satire
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Types of Comedy
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The Importance of Being Earnest
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A Modest Proposal
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In-Context Vocabulary
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Types of Satire
The Importance of Being Earnest
Types of Comedy
A Modest Proposal
In-Context Vocabulary
Othello
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She must die else shell betray more men. What
is the primary reason that Othello kills
Desdemona?
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What is so she does not cheat on anyone else?
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Put out the light, then put out the light.
What does Othello intend to do here?
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What is blow out the candles and then kill
Desdemona?
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Othello asks Desdemona if she has prayed tonight
for this reason.
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What is so her soul will have the opportunity to
go to heaven?
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As Othello changes over time, he is this type of
character.
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What is a dynamic character?
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Ah, balmy breath, that dost almost persuade
Justice to break her sword! What part of speech
is balmy?
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What is an adjective?
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To enlarge, increase, or represent something
beyond normal bounds so it becomes ridiculous and
its faults can be seen.
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What is exaggeration?
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To present things that are out of place or are
absurd in relation to its surroundings.
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What is incongruity?
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To present the opposite of the normal order, as
in the normal order of events or a hierarchical
order.
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What is reversal?
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To imitate the techniques and/or style of some
person, place, or thing.
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What is parody?
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This is the purpose of satire.
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What is social commentary?
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The main plot is serious and might lead to
catastrophe but ends happily for the protagonist.
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What is tragicomedy?
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A silly plot that is primarily intended to make
people laugh.
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What is a farce?
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A play in which reality is disregarded and a
fanciful world and situations predominate like
Harry Potter.
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What is a fantasy?
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A play which depends upon physical action and
buffoonery like Jackass, The Three Stooges, or
the humor involving the cucumber sandwiches.
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What is burlesque?
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A plot in which the protagonist, no matter how
dissolute, reforms in the end.
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What is a sentimental comedy?
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The Importance of Being Earnest offers commentary
on this time period, named for the queen of
England at the time.
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What is the Victorian Age?
100
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This is Algernons nickname for leading a double
life it is derived from the name of his
contrived ailing uncle.
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What is bunburrying?
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Oscar Wilde was born and raised in this country.
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What is Ireland?
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This type of character such as Lady Bracknell
or the father in Meet the Parents obstructs the
relationship or their daughter.
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What is a blocking figure?
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This is the name for an ending that includes all
of the characters even minor characters like
Miss Prism and Dr. Chasuble.
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What is an all-inclusive resolution?
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This is Jonathan Swifts modest proposal for
ending hunger in his home country.
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What is eating babies?
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Like Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift hails from this
country.
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What is Ireland?
200
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This is the literary term for the type of twist
that Swift uses, giving you the opposite of what
you would expect.
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What is irony?
300
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Swift opens his essay with this very realistic
image.
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What is a poor mother begging in the streets with
many children?
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Though Swifts proposal is not serious, he
seriously wants his readers to turn his attention
to this.
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What are the needs of the poor Irish people?
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I am assured by our merchants, that a boy or a
girl before twelve years old is no salable
commodity.
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What is able to be sold?
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It is a melancholy object to those who walk
through this great town
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What is sad?
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Ive now realized the vital importance of being
earnest!
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What is honest?
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Until yesterday I had no idea that there were any
families or persons whose origin was a Terminus.
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What is a railway station?
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And therefore it will have one other collateral
advantage, by lessening the number of papists
among us.
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What are Catholics?
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Final Jeopardy
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The speaker of this famous quote To lose one
parentmay be regarded as misfortune to lose
both looks like carelessness.
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Who is Lady Bracknell?
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