Question FBQ 1 : In the —————-of the common man, the hero must not be of a noble birth
Question FBQ2 : The Greek Classical tragic hero must have a mark of ———–.
Question FBQ3 : The ——————– which played important role in commenting on the play has been jettisoned by modern playwrights because its use is unrealisticÂ
Question FBQ4 : The Jew of Malta is a play written by ———————–
Answer: Christopher Marlowe
Question FBQ5 : In drama, mimesis is synonymous with —————-
Question FBQ6 : In simple terms, according to Aristotle, drama is an ————— an action or of life
Question FBQ7 : Dithyramb is the choral lyric in honour of ——————-in Classical Greek drama
Question FBQ8 : The choral leader who sang as Dionysius instead of in honour of the god was——-
Question FBQ9 : The element of impersonation in drama was introduced by the Classical Greek choral leader called—————-
Question FBQ10 : In Greek drama —————– was regarded as the first actor
Question FBQ11 : William Shakespeare was regarded as the greatest playwright of the —————— age
Question FBQ12 : The process of assuming the nature, behaviour, attitude or responsibility of another person in a given situation is called ——————–
Question FBQ13 : The Greek scholar who saw plot as the soul of tragedy was ———————
Question FBQ14 : The use of certain props to give more information about a character is called—————
Question FBQ15 : Many African scholars trace the origin of drama to ———-
Question FBQ16 : The character type in a play changes in the course of the action is the —————character
Question FBQ17 : Drama is used to inform, educate and —————-the audience
Question FBQ18 : The character type in a play that does not change in the course of the action is the —————-character
Question FBQ19 : In an allegorical play, —————–qualities are presented as characters
Question FBQ20 : Oedipus Rex is a play written by ——————
Question FBQ21 : The three levels of meaning of Drama are: literary genre, composition and —————
Question FBQ22 : The imaginative art in words that expresses the thoughts and feelings of the writer is called—————–
Question FBQ23 : The three unities as a dramatic convention are unities of time, place and —————-
Question FBQ24 : Which genre of literature is associated with mimesis?
Question FBQ25 : The three genres of literature are drama, prose and ———————-
Question FBQ 26 : Two major types of plot in drama are simple and ———-plots
Question FBQ27 : The three types of action in drama are mental, physical, and ——————
Question FBQ 28 : The literary genre that is realized in performance is ——————–
Question FBQ 29 : The famous character in Greek drama that was destined to kill his father and marry his mother is————–
Answer: King Oedipus
Question FBQ 30 : A dramatic convention in which a character speaks to himself or makes a personal comment in the presence of other characters is ————–
Question FBQ31 : The choice or selection of the words of dialogue in the language of drama is referred to as————
Question FBQ32 : The location of the action of a play is called——————
Question FBQ33 : The use of language to create a mental picture in a play is called——–
Question FBQ34 : The character who committed suicide in the play Oedipus Rex is ————–
Question FBQ35 : Hamlet is a character in the play titled —————– by Shakespeare
Question MCQ1 : The classical tragic hero is drawn from the ————— family
Question MCQ2 : In the structure; Greek tragedy ends with the ———–
Question MCQ3 : The concept of the tragic hero is redefined in the portrayal of ———–
Answer: Willy Loman
Question MCQ4 : The Marriage of Anansewa is a play by ————————-
Answer: Efua Sutherland
Question MCQ5 : Classical Greek tragedy contains one integral ——-, presented in a very short time.
Question MCQ6 : In the structure, Greek tragedy starts with the —————.
Question MCQ7 : A character in a play is expected to be consistent and ——————-
Question MCQ8 : The dramatic genre that presents the tragic hero who is not too virtuous or too vicious is———————-
Question MCQ9 : The creation of certain kinds of discrepancy between appearance and reality in a play is called ——————
Question MCQ10 : In Greek drama ————— added a third actor.
Question MCQ11 : In Greek drama, as the actors increased in number, the number of the ——- decreased
Question MCQ12 : The Classical tragic hero commits ————- that leads to his fall
Answer: An error of judgment
Question MCQ13 : . In Greek drama —————– added a second actor
Question MCQ14 : The choral lyric in honour of Dionysius was a dance around the altar by the———–
Question MCQ15 : The playwright that is associated with the tragedy of the common man is ———–
Answer: Arthur Miller
Question MCQ16 : Many ————– playwrights do not adhere to Aristotelian principles of tragedy
Question MCQ17 : Satire is an important tool of —————-
Question MCQ18 : Pick the odd person ————–
Question MCQ19 : Pick the odd person ————–
Question MCQ20 : The hero in ————-is a one-dimensional figure who pursues a goal in a straight forward manner.
Question MCQ21 : Textual analysis is the same as ———– of a written play
Answer: An evaluation
Question MCQ22 : In dramatic genres, ——– does not advocate any serious idea/social issue.
Question MCQ23 : The form of drama that presents serious action caused by a villain but in the end there is a happy resolution of the play is called—————
Question MCQ24 : According to Aristotle, ————— is a dramatic genre that presents men â€œworse than they areâ€.
Question MCQ25 : A speech made by a character when he is alone, that reveals his inner thoughts to the audience is————-
Question MCQ26 : A short entertainment piece presented between acts and major scenes is called —————-
Question MCQ27 : A presentation at the end of the play is called ——————
Question MCQ28 : Who among these men is not a playwright?
Question MCQ29 : In George Bernard Shawâ€™s Arms and the Man, ———— is the character that is also called the Chocolate Cream Soldier
Answer: Captain Bluntschli
Question MCQ30 : The play-within-the play in Shakespeareâ€™ Hamlet is called ————
Question MCQ31 : Gertrude and Ophelia are characters in William Shakespeareâ€™s play, ——–
Question MCQ32 : The physical setting in a play is also called the ————- setting.
Question MCQ33 : In Soyinkaâ€™s The Lion and the Jewel, the character who is a semi-literate reformist and a teacher would like to introduce some radical and revolutionary reforms into the political and social lives of Ilujinle is called—————–
Question MCQ34 : The intelligent, shrewd and crafty comic hero in the play, Marriage of Anansewa, is called —————.
Answer: Chief Who-is-Chief
Question MCQ35 : The futility of war is the main theme in the play—————-
Answer: Arms and the Man