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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Mrs. Gabor defend Melchior after Moritz's death?
(a) Melchior is just a scapegoat.
(b) Melchior is too smart to have led his friend to suicide.
(c) Melchior spoke only the truth.
(d) Melchior has been framed by the school.
2. What do Martha and Ilsa bring to Moritz's grave?
(b) His favorite book.
3. What drink does Melchior's mother bring to Moritz and Melchior in Act II, Scene 1?
4. According to Mrs. Gabor, what favor is she unable to perform for Moritz?
(a) Allow him to move into their home.
(b) Give Moritz money to flee the country.
(c) Teach him about sex.
(d) Falsify Mortiz's grades for him.
5. What does Ilsa mention as a feature in one of her lover's apartments?
(a) An erotic mosaic over the headboard.
(b) A mirror over the bed.
(c) Running water.
(d) A vase of flowers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Melchior try to force Wendla to leave him alone when she comes looking for him in Act II, Scene 4?
2. Where is Wendla in Act III, Scene 5?
3. What flowers does Wendla pick in Act II, Scene 6?
4. What does Melchior do to Wendla at the end of Act II, Scene 4?
5. How does Moritz vent his frustration at the end of Act II, Scene 7?
Short Essay Questions
1. What favor has Moritz asked of Mrs. Gabor? What does he admit to her?
2. Describe Ilsa's life.
3. How do Stickytongue and Melchior try to defend "Copulation?"
4. What is significant about Melchior's letter to Wendla?
5. What is the argument between Melchior's parents after Moritz's death?
6. What game does Melchior initially not participate in at reform school? Why does he change his mind?
7. How does Rentier Stiefel react to Moritz's death?
8. What is significant about the singer Moritz thinks about in Act II, scene 7?
9. Why is Mrs. Gabor concerned about Moritz and Melchior reading Faust? How is this significant?
10. Describe what happens in the hayloft when Wendla first enters.
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