The Theater and Its Double Quiz

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


Of what does Artaud say needs not to change before theater is renewed, but the reverse is true? (from VI. No More Masterpieces)


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


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)


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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