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.

Artaud writes of "a seventh state which is beyond breath and which, through the door of the highest ____, the state of Sattva, joins the manifest to the non-manifest." (from XII. An Affective Athleticism)

3.

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

4.

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)

5.

How does Artaud claim musical instruments will be treated in the Theater of Cruelty? (from VIII. The Theater of Cruelty (First Manifesto))

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