The Theater and Its Double Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Artaud maintains that since classics texts--what we generally call masterpieces--were made in the past, they are only good for what? (from VI. No More Masterpieces)

2.

The author claims that actors in France no longer "know how to do anything but" what? (from XII. An Affective Athleticism)

3.

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)

4.

Artaud writes that to "restore [theater] to its original direction, to reinstate it in its religious and metaphysical aspect, is to reconcile it with ______." (from V. Oriental and Occidental Theater)

5.

In his third letter from "Letters on Language," Artaud states that he never meant for cruelty to be used sporadically, but rather as the _____ of his theater." (from X. Letters on Language)

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