Shakespeare crossword puzzle

7 May

 

ACROSS:

  • 1 – a writer of plays; dramatist
  • 4 – person who composed or recited poems with music
  • 5 – poem of 14 lines expressive of a single idea
  • 7 – forebearance shown toward an enemy or other person; benevolent
  • 8 – theatrical art/literature with vivid conflicting emotions
  • 10 – humorous elements of drama or of literature
  • 11 – creative talent or ability
  • 16 – passing reasonable bounds of right or decency
  • 17 – a malicious retaliation for an injury or wrong; reprisal
  • 18 – without limits or bounds; endless
  • 19 – the complex of principles that controls or inhibits action

DOWN:

  • 2 – fickle; changeable
  • 3 – self-restraint; self-denial
  • 5 – practice of represention by something else
  • 6 – the lamentable, fatal elements of drama/literature
  • 9 – a lone speech in a drama with disclosure of innermost thoughts
  • 12 – desire to obtain or achieve success with exceptional effort
  • 13 – a large kettle or vat used for boiling
  • 14 – record of past events and times
  • 15 – completion, settlement or conclusion of conflict

(The first person to complete the puzzle will get a quill)

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One Response to “Shakespeare crossword puzzle”

  1. Elektra Magduhlana Marie May 7, 2009 at 7:23 pm #

    SOLILOQUY is correct, Deborah!

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