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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

In his first letter from "Letters on Language," Artaud writes "It seems, in brief, that the highest possible idea of the theater is one that reconciles us philosophically with _____." (from X. Letters on Language)

2.

In his last letter from "Letters on Language," Artaud says that in fact, the theater he is defining has to assume another _____ in order to function. (from X. Letters on Language)

3.

Artaud states that in the Oriental theater, forms assume and extend their "sense and their significations on all possible levels; or, if you will, they set up ______ not on a single level, but on every level of the mind at once." (from V. Oriental and Occidental Theater)

4.

To whom does the author write his third letter from "Letters on Cruelty"? (from IX. Letters on Cruelty)

5.

With whom did Artaud entrust his writing? (from In Memoriam: Antonin Artaud By Maurice Saillet)

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