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What is the purpose of the prologue in Pyramus and Thisbe?



A. To inform the ladies that the suicide is not real.
B. To inform the ladies that the lion is not real.
C. To inform the ladies that the play happens in the moonlight.

This question is part of Midsummer Nights Dream Practice Quiz
Asked by Mrsbumgarner, Last updated: Feb 16, 2020

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered Feb 21, 2019

The purpose of the prologue is letter A. This is to assure the ladies that suicide is not real. There is a possibility that the ladies will be scared of the suicide of Pyramus so the prologue states that the swords that are used will do no harm. Another possible reason for the prologue is letter B.

The ladies might become scared of the lion so they would need a second prologue to assure the ladies that the lion is not real. This is a prologue that will be spoken by the lion in order to give the assurance that the ladies need before watching. There is no need to tell the ladies that the play happens in the moonlight.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 13, 2017

To inform the ladies that the suicide is not real.
 

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