1. When reading a play, the reader has to imagine the
A. final outcome in the last section of the play.
B. details of setting and characters’ appearance.
C. style of language the playwright has chosen.
D. lines of conversation between characters.
2. When humanism spread and affected literature, authors and dramatists began writing about
A. human psychology.
B. various gods and goddesses.
C. sinful practices.
D. biblical tenets.
3. In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for
A. revealing great heroes as common fools.
B. the device of mistaken identity.
C. fatally flawed characters.
D. an unusual use of Middle English.