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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 is Wendla in Act III, Scene 5?
2. How does Act II end?
(a) Moritz pleads with God for help.
(b) Moritz follows Ilsa home.
(c) Moritz prepares to kill himself.
(d) Moritz walks in on Melchior and Wendla.
3. 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.
4. What question does Wendla demand an answer for from her mother in Act II, Scene 2?
(a) Ina is dying from childbirth.
(b) The truth of her parentage.
(c) Wendla believes she is adopted.
(d) Where babies come from.
5. In the Act II, Scene 2, what event has occurred within Wendla's family?
(a) Wendla's sister is arrested for prostitution.
(b) Her sister has died in childbirth.
(c) Her sister has had a baby.
(d) Wendla's father dies.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mrs. Gabor initially react to reading Melchior's letter in Act III?
2. Despite thinking of Melchior, what does Moritz resolve to do?
3. What does Melchior do to Wendla at the end of Act II, Scene 4?
4. Where does Act II, Scene 7 take place?
5. What are the reform school boys trying to ejaculate onto?
Short Essay Questions
1. What advice and favor does Mrs. Gabor offer to Moritz?
2. What is significant about the singer Moritz thinks about in Act II, scene 7?
3. What favor has Moritz asked of Mrs. Gabor? What does he admit to her?
4. Why does Melchior consider suicide in the final scene of the play?
5. What is the argument between Melchior's parents after Moritz's death?
6. What is Hanschen's relationship to "Venus?"
7. What does Ilsa reveal to Martha at Moritz's grave?
8. Why is Mrs. Gabor concerned about Moritz and Melchior reading Faust? How is this significant?
9. What philosophy does Melchior claim to believe? What action follows in the hayloft?
10. Describe Moritz's story to Melchior.
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