Short Answers of drama Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare

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How The Merchant of Venice is a romantic comedy?

The Merchant of Venice is a romantic comedy. Because it is rich in romantic elements like the events; lottery of caskets, great and gripping trial scene, young maiden acts as a lawyer and becomes the savior of virtue in trouble, and lyrical poetic beauty in the last scene.

How The Merchant of Venice is a tragic comedy or tragi-comedy?

The Merchant of Venice is mingling of comic and tragic elements. In this play happy ending for Antonio, Bassanio, Portia and Jessica but tragic for the Shylock makes it tragi-comedy.

Who is the real merchant of Venice Antonio or Shylock?

The real merchant of the Venice is Antonio. Because in the opening scene of the play he is presented as rich merchant that his rich ventures, tossing on the oceans. He has worldwide trade but Shylock is only cruel money lender and usurer.

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Short Answers of Waiting for Godot

Introduction: Short answers of Waiting for Godot the Modern Drama includes mostly asked questions in university’s examinations.

What is an absurd play?

An ‘absurd play’ is a play in which the meaninglessness and purposelessness is presented. There is very less action but dialogues are presented.

What are the nicknames of Estragon and Vladimir?

The nick name of Estragon is “Gogo” and the nick name of Vladimir is “Didi” in the play ‘Waiting for Godot’.

What is meant by Existentialist Philosophy?

Existentialist philosophy or Existentialism is the theory in which each and every individual have his choice, what to do either suicide or exist instead of following the rules of some religion etc.

Why is “Waiting for Godot” in two acts?

Play ‘Waiting for Godot’ is divided into two acts to show the passage of time. Both the acts presented almost in similar manner only few things changed, leaves on tree, Pozzo blind and Lucky dumb etc.

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Short Answers of Drama 1st term

We have collected the old examination questions of

Every Man in his Humour by Ben Jonson

Oedipus Rex by Sophocles

Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlow

and answered these questions as under.
We have posted these questions time to time on Nazar Bazmi’s Notes(, here we have collected all links together as under

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