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The Theater and Its Double Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What did the performer replicate in the production Artaud speaks of in his second note of "Two Notes"? (from XIII. Two Notes)

2.

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)

3.

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

4.

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)

5.

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)

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