The Theater and Its Double Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


According to Artaud, "the Theater of Cruelty proposes to resort to a" what? (from VII. The Theater and Cruelty)


Artaud remarks that the problem is that "all true feeling in _____ is untranslatable; translating it would be betraying and dissimulating it." (from V. Oriental and Occidental Theater)


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)


The biggest obstacle standing in the way of a complete and fundamental renewal of the art of theater is the respect and admiration that we have for the what? (from VI. No More Masterpieces)


What does Artaud contend must be seen as as the burning projection of all the objective consequences of "a gesture, word, sound, music, and their combinations"? (from V. Oriental and Occidental Theater)

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