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Hosted by Mrs. Gehrt
Drama TermsPrologueScene 1Scene
Row 1, Col 1 For a drama to engage the sympathy of the audience, it must Possess all of the following EXCEPT…. a.Characters the audience cares about b.A character who changes c.Very little dialogue d.A conflict What is very little dialogue?
1,2 What are the names of the following characters? 1.The person who leads the chorus 2.The king of Thebes 3.The brother who is refused burial 4.The brother who is buried 5.The sister who believes she must disobey civil law Who is: the Choragos, Creon, Polyneices, Eteocles, Antigone?
1,3 Which of the following are not In conflict with each other in Scene 1? a.Religious law and civil law b.Creon and the Choragos c.The Sentry and the Choragos d.Creon and the Sentry What is C?
1,4 Upon delivering Antigone To Creon, the Sentry feels…. What is somewhat guilty but also relieved to have avoided punishment?
2,1 Dramatists use foreshadowing to create….. What is suspense?
2,2 What personality traits make Ismene an effective FOIL to Antigone? What is Ismene is passive/Antigone is active?
2,3 What motive does Creon Attribute to the person who Buried Polyneices? What is greed?
2,4 What fundamental principle does Antigone proclaim in her Confrontation with Creon? What is divine law supersedes civil law?
3,1 In most plays, conflicts are Resolved through… What is speech?
3,2 How does Ismene serve as a FOIL to Anitgone? (Remember FOIL means Characters who have opposite qualities) What is she chooses to follow human laws rather than the laws of the gods?
3,3 The theme of Ode 1 is… a.The wonders of humankind b.The Theban victory over Argos c.The beauty of the land and sea d.The battle between good and evil What is A?
3,4 Creon’s growing irrationality and Abuse of power are shown by his… What is arrest of Ismene?
4,1 Dramatic conflict always involves... a.A struggle between opposing characters, forces, or emotions b.Only one character c.A struggle against some force form nature d.A problem that can be solved only through physical action What is A?
4,2 Antigone believes Polyneices Deserves a proper burial because… What is he fought as bravely as Eteocles?
4,3 Sophocles heightens the suspense In Scene 1 through a.The Choragos’ response to Creon’s address b.The Sentry’s plan to flee c.Creon’s discovery of the attempted burial of Polyneices d.Creon’s burial plans fro Eteocles What is C?
4,4 What is Creon’s motive for Arresting Ismene? What is he believes she is responsible for burying Polyneices?
5,1 Unlike movies, plays don’t include A great deal of… a.Sensationalized physical action b.Dialogue c.Conflict d.Interaction among characters What is A?
5,2 Name an example of verbal irony as spoken by Antigone. What is “You have yourself to consider after all”?
5,3 What are the names of the following characters? 1.Delivers the news about Polyneices being buried 2.Gives a speech about the importance of loyalty to the state 3.Father of Polyneices and Eteocles 4.Father of Creon 5.Praises the accomplishments of humans Who are the Sentry, Creon, Oedipus, Menoikeus, the Chorus?
5,4 In Ode 2, what does the Chorus Compare Antigone to? What is a closed flower?