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22 January, 18:56

Which of the following were the social and cultural purposes of Greek drama

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  1. 22 January, 19:09
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    To entertain and make it more likeable for the kind or the main people in head
  2. 22 January, 20:14
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    A. Using unknown stories, plays sought to convey new ideas and values to Greek audiences.

    B. Using stories of widespread familiarity, Greek playwrights explored universal themes of conflict between the individual and larger forces like gods and society.

    C. Greek tragedies sought to elicit feelings of pity and fear from the audience members.

    D. Greek comedies were used to make fun of people of the past without addressing the people of the present

    Answer:

    B. Using stories of widespread familiarity, Greek playwrights explored universal themes of conflict between the individual and larger forces like gods and society.

    Explanation:

    In ancient Greece, was theatrical texts staged essentially as a cult to the gods, which were represented at religious festivals.

    Thus, dramatic scenes, in addition to being made up of characters (protagonists, secondary or extras), are composed of scenic space (theatrical stage and scenarios) and time.

    Generally, texts intended for the theater have a basic internal structure, namely:

    Presentation: the characters and the action to be developed are exposed.

    Conflict: the moment when the adventures of dramatic action arise.

    Outcome: Moment of completion, closure or end of the dramatic action.
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