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Example Question #1 : Identifying Titles, Authors, Or Schools Of Drama
Gilbert and Sullivan were known for writing what kind of works?
W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan were a librettist and composer, respectively, who began teaming up in the 1870s to write comic operas. Throughout the next few decades, Gilbert and Sullivan wrote some of the most well known works of theater, including The Pirates of Penzance, H.M.S. Pinafore, and The Mikado. Gilbert and Sullivan's work highly influenced the development of musical theater in the twentieth century.
Example Question #1 : Identifying Titles, Authors, Or Schools Of Nineteenth Century Drama
Who wrote A Doll's House and Ghosts?
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Henrik Ibsen wrote both of the plays Ghosts and A Doll's House. He was a 19th century Norwegian playwright. He is sometimes called the "father of realism."