anonymous
  • anonymous
A character is part of every main event of the play. What kind of character is this? A. Dynamic B. Major C. Minor D. Static
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. The opposite of static characters, dynamic characters will undergo some kind of change in the course of the story. B. and C. http://www.novel-writing-help.com/minor-characters.html D Stays the sams
anonymous
  • anonymous
B AND C
anonymous
  • anonymous
its one or the other @Tashiya_Pandas

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh then its B cuz i ha to reread
anonymous
  • anonymous
In Romeo and Juliet act 4, scene 1, what literary element is shown in these lines? "Or bid me go into a new-made grave / And hide me with a dead man in his shroud." A. Foreshadowing B. Metaphor C. Personification D. Verbal irony @Tashiya_Pandas ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well its B, A metaphor because it isn't speaking literally.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"New Grave" and "Hide me with a dead man"
anonymous
  • anonymous
@cassiesilva0628
anonymous
  • anonymous
In Romeo and Juliet, act 4, scene 3, who says this line? "My dismal scene I needs must act alone." A. Friar Laurence B. Juliet C. Lord Capulet D. Romeo @Tashiya_Pandas
anonymous
  • anonymous
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
itd be Band C because the charecter would be playing a main role
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Its B.
anonymous
  • anonymous
a |dw:1434466038304:dw|

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