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Which did William Shakespeare not write? A. Epic poems B. Historical dramas C. Comedies D. Tragedies

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What do you think?
If you can't think, provide an example of each. For example, an example of a tragedy is Hamlet.
i tought maybe it was C but im not sure

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An example of a comedy is Twelfth Night.
Also, he makes a lot of adult jokes, even in his tragedies. Taht was strange..
would the answer be A?
Strangely, Shakespeare's Plays, although they looked like poems, were never epic poems, like the Illiad.
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so would the answer be A or no?????
I gave a medal! I thought you would be able to infer from that.
Calls for religious reform. Operas. Epic poems. Symphonies. Philosophical texts. Scientific articles.
Also, this belongs in the English or Literature group more than here, though it is acceptable here. Thanks! :)

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