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Act I is divided into two scenes. In what way does the subject matter and mood of these two scenes differ?

A

Scene 1 is comic in its portrayal of authority figures, while Scene 2 is a serious discussion of the tragedy love can bring.

B

Scene 1 is comic in its portrayal of young lovers, while Scene 2 is tragic in its portrayal of the deaths of Pyramus and Thisby.

C

Scene 1 is serious as it portrays a father trying to put his daughter to death over disobedience, while Scene 2 is humorous in its depiction of rustic artisans sharing their notions about acting.

D

Scene 1 is comedic in its portrayal of a father trying to put his daughter to death over disobedience, while Scene 2 is depressing in its depiction of rustic artisans sharing their notions about acting.

E

Scene 1 is ironic in its portrayal of marriage, while Scene 2 is realistic in its portrayal of the tragedy of loving someone.

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