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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 Mr. Gabor wish to send Melchior in Act III, Scene 3?
(a) Prison.
(b) England for school.
(c) Reform school.
(d) Seminary school.

2. According to Moritz, how many times has Ernst failed in their class?
(a) Four.
(b) Three.
(c) Six.
(d) Five.

3. According to the adults at the graveyard, what was wrong with Moritz?
(a) Moritz was unable to come to terms with his sexuality.
(b) He was put under too much pressure.
(c) He did not respect his parents.
(d) No one cared enough to help Moritz.

4. How does Mrs. Gabor initially react to reading Melchior's letter in Act III?
(a) She claims that Melchior did not rape Wendla.
(b) She claims that Wendla and Melchior have done nothing wrong.
(c) She claims it is just part of a class assignment.
(d) She claims it is a forger.

5. Mr. Gabor shows his wife a letter from Melchior in the third scene of Act III.III, Scene 3. Who is it addressed to?
(a) Wendla.
(b) Rektor Sunstroke.
(c) Mr. Gabor.
(d) Moritz.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Mrs. Bergmann attempt to explain her new grandson to Wendla?

2. What does the masked man offer to do for Melchior?

3. What does Moritz do when he walks Ilsa home?

4. How does Melchior defend himself against his professors?

5. What picture is Hanschen addressing in Act II, Scene 3?

Short Essay Questions

1. Describe the scene between Ernst and Hanschel.

2. What favor has Moritz asked of Mrs. Gabor? What does he admit to her?

3. Why does Melchior consider suicide in the final scene of the play?

4. Why does her sister having a child come as such a surprise to Wendla?

5. How does Mrs. Bergmann attempt to defend herself from Wendla's anger in Act III, scene 8?

6. Describe Moritz's story to Melchior.

7. How does Hanschen deal with his burgeoning sexual desires?

8. How does Mrs. Bergmann explain sex to Wendla after Ina has a baby?

9. Why is Mrs. Gabor concerned about Moritz and Melchior reading Faust? How is this significant?

10. What is Hanschen's relationship to "Venus?"

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