Development of text: Discuss the concepts of nature and verisimilitude in the Renaissance period and contrast it to Aristotle and Horace.
Verisimilitude is the appearance of truth or reality. Near synonyms include credibility, likelihood, and probability. Example: 'His testimony gave verisimilitude to her claim.' Verisimilitude can also mean an accurate portrayal of reality in art or literature. A near synonym of this sense is realism. In the late 1500's, verisimilitude was taken from the Latin verisimilitude. This was a variant on verisimilis from the Latin veri (a singular form of verum, which meant truth) and similis (like). In theatrical terms verisimilitude refers to the extent to which the drama appears to copy the off…
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