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What are some of the hallmarks or conventions of the poetic form of the ode ?

A. Simplicity in language, brevity in form, and humorousness in attitude

B. Complexity in language, lengthiness in form, and seriousness in attitude

C. Simplicity in language, lengthiness in form, and humorousness in attitude

D. Complexity in language, brevity in form, and humorousness in attitude

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In “Characters of Shakespeare’s Plays”, what does William Hazlitt mean when he states the following: “We do not like to see our author’s plays acted, and least of all, ’Hamlet’. There is no play that suffers so much in being transferred to the stage” ?

A. Hamlet cannot be staged properly because of the complexity of the play’s use of language.

B. Hamlet is not relevant to the Romantic age.

C. The role of Hamlet cannot be properly played by any actor.

D. Hamlet is a work that was written to be read, not performed.