The drama proved in India, __________________ other countries, a congenial form to many of the most eminent poets.

The drama proved in India, __________________ other countries, a congenial form to

many of the most eminent poets.

2.  The Indian drama has a marked individuality,

_________________ stands nearer to the

modern European theater than to that of ancient Greece; for the plays, with a very few

exceptions, have no religious significance, and deal with love between man and woman.

3.

_______________ tragic elements may be present, a tragic ending is forbidden.

4.

_______________, nothing regarded as disagreeable, such as fighting or even kissing, is

permitted on the stage; here Europe may perhaps learn a lesson in taste.

5.  Stage properties were few and simple,

__________________ particular care was lavished

on the music. The female parts were played by women.

6.  It may be said that the Indian dramas have less action and less individuality in the

characters; __________________, they have more poetical charm than the dramas of

modern Europe.

7.

_________________, Kalidasa was remarkably faithful to the ingenious but somewhat

over-elaborate conventions of Indian dramaturgy.

8.  His first play, the

Malavika and Agnimitra, is entirely conventional in plot. The Sakuntala is

transfigured by the character of the heroine. The Urvashi,___________________ detailed

beauty, marks a distinct decline.

9.  Kalidasa’s glory depends primarily upon the quality of his work,

________________

would be much diminished if  he had failed in bulk and variety.

10.  We know that Kalidasa is a very great poet, ______________ the world has not been able

to leave him alone

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