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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Melchior start to do to Wendla when she begins to object in Act II, Scene 4?
(a) Talk to her.
(b) Help her with her work.
(c) Beat her.
(d) Kiss her.
2. Why does Moritz claim to appear to Melchior at the end of the play?
(a) He says Melchior disturbed his grave.
(b) He says he was sent to tell Melchior the truth about Wendla.
(c) He says he was sent to keep Melchior company.
(d) He says Melchior is going to be punished for his role in Wendla's death.
3. What memento does Ilsa have of Moritz?
(a) The gun with which he shot himself.
(b) His hat.
(c) His pocket watch.
(d) The flower he gave her.
4. What does Melchior resign himself to doing in reform school?
(a) Being an outcast.
(b) Having his breakout attempts thwarted.
(c) Getting along with the other students.
(d) Being abused.
5. How does Mrs. Gabor defend Melchior after Moritz's death?
(a) Melchior is too smart to have led his friend to suicide.
(b) Melchior spoke only the truth.
(c) Melchior has been framed by the school.
(d) Melchior is just a scapegoat.
6. For what does Melchior's mother warn Moritz in Act II, Scene 1?
(a) Studying too much.
(b) Not sleeping enough.
(c) Praying too much.
(d) Staying out too late away from his parents.
7. Why does Melchior try to force Wendla to leave him alone when she comes looking for him in Act II, Scene 4?
(a) He is angry with her.
(b) He is afraid.
(c) He is embarrassed.
(d) He is depressed and wants to be left alone.
8. What does Wendla's gravestone claim she died of?
9. What explanation does Mrs. Bergmann give to Wendla's question in Act II, Scene 2?
(a) Babies come from women loving their husbands.
(b) Babies come from the church.
(c) Babies come from sex.
(d) Babies come from women praying very hard for one.
10. What are Melchior's implied actions when Wendla finds him in Act II, scene 4?
11. How is Melchior permitted to answer questions in Act III, Scene 1?
(a) True or false.
(b) Nodding or shaking his head.
(c) Written answers only.
(d) Yes and no.
12. At the end of Act II, Scene 1, what do Melchior and Moritz wonder about?
(a) If their peers are having sex.
(b) How girls can enjoy sex.
(c) If sex is truly necessary.
(d) If their conversations are being eavesdropped upon.
13. What do Ernst and Hanschen vow to do together?
(a) Stay celibate.
(b) Enjoy life as fully as they can.
(c) Commit suicide together.
(d) Run away to England.
14. What do Martha and Ilsa bring to Moritz's grave?
(c) His favorite book.
15. What is the reason Melchior's mother believes the boys are reading Faust?
(a) Faust's relationship with Gretch.
(b) They are considering atheism.
(c) They are looking for moral lessons.
(d) They are studying the artistry.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is revealed about Wendla after the doctor's visit?
2. In Moritz's story in Act II, Scene 1, how many heads does the king have?
3. In Act II, Scene 1, what does Moritz tell Melchior he has been doing constantly?
4. According to Moritz, how many times has Ernst failed in their class?
5. What has Moritz threatened to do if he cannot leave the country?
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