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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. Where does the second scene of Act III take place?
(a) Melchior's home.
(b) The hayloft.
(c) The riverbank.
(d) Moritz's funeral.
2. How does Moritz's father react to his son's death?
(a) He disowns him.
(b) He is overcome with grief.
(c) He is furious at the school.
(d) He is saddened with his inability to help his son.
3. Where is Wendla in Act III, Scene 5?
4. According to Mrs. Gabor, what favor is she unable to perform for Moritz?
(a) Give Moritz money to flee the country.
(b) Falsify Mortiz's grades for him.
(c) Teach him about sex.
(d) Allow him to move into their home.
5. What flowers does Wendla pick in Act II, Scene 6?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the artist of Hanschen's picture in Act II, Scene 3?
2. According to the adults at the graveyard, what was wrong with Moritz?
3. According to Melchior in Act II, Scene 4, what does not exist?
4. What do the teachers blame as the cause of Moritz's suicide?
5. How is Melchior permitted to answer questions in Act III, Scene 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Moritz commit suicide at the end of Act II?
2. What does Ilsa reveal to Martha at Moritz's grave?
3. What are the different explanations given for Wendla's illness? What is the actual diagnosis?
4. Why does Moritz believe he will be promoted to the next grade based off his discussion with Melchior in Act II, scene 3?
5. Why does her sister having a child come as such a surprise to Wendla?
6. Describe what happens in the hayloft when Wendla first enters.
7. What game does Melchior initially not participate in at reform school? Why does he change his mind?
8. How do Stickytongue and Melchior try to defend "Copulation?"
9. Describe Wendla's mood and thoughts in Act II, scene 6.
10. Why does Hanschen claim he needs to destroy the picture? How does this represent the views of the town?
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