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2022_1 TMA Questions & Answers: ENG362 - English Drama

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TMA1

10


One of the following is not a type of drama in the 17th – 19th Century English Drama
>Chronicle Drama

In -----------, Christopher Marlowe, paints the picture of Renaissance period as an “age in which power was often personal usurpers existed at the head of many states”
>Tamburlaine the Great


One of the following is not a type of drama in the 19th – 20th Century English Drama
>Victorian Drama

In English drama, ------------ plays are seen as the world’s finest dramatic literature in terms of plot, impelling characterisation, and fiery dialogue in an age driven by Machiavellianism
>Christopher Marlowe’s

One of the following English playwrights is associated with the evolution of Revenge Tragedy
>John Kyd

One of the following English playwrights was seen as being a man not his age but for all time and an icon of Elizabethan drama
>William Shakespeare

One of the following English playwrights is seen as the greatest English Dramatist
>William Shakespeare

In Christopher Marlowe’s ----------, conspiracy, abuse of power, and treachery assume horrendous dimension.
>King Edward the Second

The Drama of Samuel Beckett is associated with the ------------
>Modern Period

Pick the odd play
>Twelfth Night


TMA2
10

In one of these Shakespearean tragedies, we see how the lust for the throne leads to “an intense and unparalleled physicalization of criminality”
>Macbeth

In one of the following plays, Portia disguises as a male lawyer and wins Antonio’s freedom after a brilliant display of mastery of the law
>Merchant of Venice

King Lear, Othello, Macbeth, Julius Caesar and Hamlet are some of the memorable tragedies written by ----------------------
>William Shakespeare

One of the following English playwrights was described by Robert Green (one of the University wits) as “an upstart crow beautified with our feathers”
>William Shakespeare

Shylock and Bassanio are characters in ------by Shakespeare
>Merchant of Venice

Which of these plays is a popular Shakespearean tragi-comedy
>Merchant of Venice

Shakespearean tragedies contain the following aspects, EXCEPT
>Single setting

In the categorisation of Shakespearean plays, chronicle plays are also referred to as----------
>Historical

The dramatic genre that contains a juxtaposition of the comic and tragic elements is known as -----------
>Tragicomedy

The major theme in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth is----------
>Vaulting ambition


TMA3
10

The Alchemist is a play written by ---------
>Ben Johnson

Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V are some of the memorable plays written by ---------------
>William Shakespeare

The setting of the first part of T. S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral is --------
>The Archbishop’s hall in Canterbury

Waiting for Godot is a play of the theatre of the absurd written by ----------
>Samuel Beckett


The Way of the World is a popular play of the --------- age in England
>Restoration

One of these playwrights is associated with heroic drama
>John Dryden

T. S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral recreates dramatically, the killing of ------- the Archbishop of Canterbury
>Thomas Becket

The Well-made-play is associated with the ------------ period
>Victorian

The period 1642-1660 when exiled king Charles II returned to England is referred to as the --------------age in English drama
>Restoration

William Congreve is a major comic playwright of the--------- age in England
>Restoration



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