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English Literature Test 6

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Refers to the period during the reign of King James I, between 1603-1625. Shakespeare wrote his later works in the that period.
This type is now less popular than in the past. It was a drama performed with no interval and was generally less than an hour long.
A poetic term used to refer to a verse having the expected number of syllables in the final foot
Words that modify verbs, clauses, sentences and adjectives
A collection of Comedies, Histories and tragedies (36 in total) of Shakespeare's works, published in 1623.
The writer's structure and the relationship of actions, characters and events in a fictional work. The organization of the narrative
A bawdy song and dance in Renaissance drama that was performed by a clown, or other actors, at the end of a play
This refers to an imaginary wall, as if separating the actors on stage from the audience
Another term for a Shakespearean sonnet
A shortened version of an original text, created by removing passages or sections of the text

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