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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Stephano and Trinculo decide Caliban needs in 3.2?
2. Who begs Prospero for mercy in 3.4?
3. Who enters the scene at the start of 2.3?
4. Who enters the stage at the start of 3.2?
5. What are the voices yelling about when 3.4 begins?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Prospero instruct Ariel to line the road with gaudy clothes and glass trinkets?
2. What is Caliban doing at the start of 3.2?
3. Which Gods and Goddesses attend the engagement party in 3.3? Who is not invited?
4. What does Caliban whisper to Ferdinand, and how does Ferdinand use that information in 3.1?
5. What does Caliban comment on in 3.4 when he wakes up?
6. What do the men in 2.3 need to do in order to gain Prospero's forgiveness?
7. In 3.5, how does Prospero treat Trinculo and Stephano?
8. Describe Prospero and Caliban's relationship at the end of the play.
9. Where is the engagement celebration held in 3.3?
10. Why does Stephano say in 3.2 that he is no longer prejudiced against shipwrecks?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Define the term foreshadowing and provide three examples of how foreshadowing is used in this play.
Essay Topic 2
Define plot and subplot. What is the central plot in Cesaire's play and what is the subplot? Site specific examples from the play to prove your argument. How do the plot and subplot help reveal Cesaire's central theme to the audience?
Essay Topic 3
How does colonization and the anti-colonization movement present itself in Cesaire's adaptation of this play? Cite specific examples from the text to prove your argument.
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