Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Which does Bloom NOT describe as one of Shakespeare's most fascinating characters? (from Coda: The Shakespeare Difference, A Word at the End: Foregrounding)

2.

Who dominates the "The Merchant of Venice", according to Bloom? (from Chaps. 12-14)

3.

What are the relationships in "Love's Labor's Lost" motivated by? (from Chaps. 9-11)

4.

How does Bloom say Macbeth allows himself to pursue the crown? (from Chaps. 24-26)

5.

What was Shakespeare's contribution to "Two Noble Kinsmen"? (from Chaps. 33-35)

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