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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. What has Moritz threatened to do if he cannot leave the country?
(a) Renounce God.
(b) Commit suicide.
(c) Kill his parents.
(d) Run away to a new city.
2. What does Melchior resign himself to doing in reform school?
(a) Having his breakout attempts thwarted.
(b) Getting along with the other students.
(c) Being an outcast.
(d) Being abused.
3. Mr. Gabor shows his wife a letter from Melchior in the third scene of Act III.III, Scene 3. Who is it addressed to?
(c) Mr. Gabor.
(d) Rektor Sunstroke.
4. What is Wendla's reaction when Melchior tries to force her away from him?
(a) She runs away.
(b) She refuses.
(c) She starts to cry.
(d) She begs him to run away with her.
5. What do Ernst and Hanschen vow to do together?
(a) Run away to England.
(b) Stay celibate.
(c) Enjoy life as fully as they can.
(d) Commit suicide together.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Hanschen reason that he must destroy the painting?
2. What is the name of Wendla's sister?
3. After he tells Melchior his story, how does Moritz summarize his feelings?
4. Where does Act II, Scene 7 take place?
5. What does Hanschen do to the image while in the bathroom?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the scene between Ernst and Hanschel.
2. Describe Ilsa's life.
3. Why does Moritz believe he will be promoted to the next grade based off his discussion with Melchior in Act II, scene 3?
4. What advice and favor does Mrs. Gabor offer to Moritz?
5. Why does Melchior consider suicide in the final scene of the play?
6. Why does her sister having a child come as such a surprise to Wendla?
7. What are the different explanations given for Wendla's illness? What is the actual diagnosis?
8. What philosophy does Melchior claim to believe? What action follows in the hayloft?
9. Why does Moritz commit suicide at the end of Act II?
10. How does Rentier Stiefel react to Moritz's death?
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