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- n. the quality of being improbable
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For instance, in order to refute the resurrection or show it's improbableness, James refers to the confusing events surrounding Jesus return and the disciples confusion.
Does this add to the improbableness of the plot sufficiently to make it a questionable quality of the plot that the characters are so much differentiated, or does it serve rather to enrich the Play and make it far more interesting?
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