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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the setting of Act II Scene 2?
(a) Captain Horster's house.
(b) Mr. Billing's house.
(c) Mr. Hovstad's house.
(d) Mr. Aslaksen's house.
2. What word means that kept or keeping within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme, excessive, or intense?
3. What refers to someone radically new or innovative who stands for revolt?
4. Who is the first person who enters as the captain is tidying up in Act II Scene 2?
(a) Peter Stockmann.
(b) Mr. Billings.
(c) Mr. Aslaksen.
(d) Mr. Hovstad.
5. Hovstad is suddenly torn in Act II Scene 1 and entertains the idea that perhaps Tom is what?
(a) A traitor.
(b) An egomaniac.
(c) A liar.
6. In the beginning of Act II Scene 1, Hovstad comments that even who will be rebelling if the Mayor rejects the report that calls for reconstruction of the water supply system?
(a) Morten Kill.
(c) Catherine Stockmann.
(d) Captain Horster.
7. In Act II Scene 1, Billing suggests to Hovstad that they seek the support of Tom to do what?
(a) Back a newspaper.
(b) Start a new town.
(c) Test the water again.
(d) Take on the mayor.
8. In Act II Scene 1, Aslaksen refuses to print the report as a what?
(a) Special edition.
(b) Scientific conclusion.
9. In Act II Scene 2, Peter promises that if the springs are allowed to remain as they are, within how many years everyone in town will be wealthier, schools will be improved, the population will grow?
10. What is the setting of Act II Scene 1?
(a) Peter Stockman's residence.
(b) The editorial office of the People's Daily Messenger.
(c) Captain Horster's house.
(d) Tom Stockmann's residence.
11. In Act II Scene 2, Tom tells the crowd that if he's not allowed to say his piece, he will go where?
(a) To the United States.
(b) To the University.
(c) To newspapers outside the city.
(d) To the queen.
12. Tom claims in Act II Scene 2 that he stands against the conventional wisdom that the majority is what?
(c) The weakest.
(d) Always right.
13. In Act II Scene 2, Tom explains to the crowd that the dream he had for the Springs was NOT to do what?
(a) Poison the town.
(b) Open a waterpark.
(c) Create a fishing hole.
(d) Bring in tourists.
14. In Act II Scene 2, Peter warns who that he could have them arrested for posting a large sign on the town hall?
(c) Captain Horster.
15. Given little other options, in the end of Act II Scene 1, Tom vows to do what to spread the truth about the water system?
(a) Tell everybody at church.
(b) Yell from the steps of the Mayor's office.
(c) March through town.
(d) Publish his own paper.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Act II Scene 2, Tom asks if he and his family can have passage where?
2. In Act II Scene 1, Billing is exhilarated because he claims this could be the day what?
3. Peter claims in Act II Scene 2 that he only wants the town to understand that his brother's motive is to ridicule and destroy what?
4. Only the town drunk and who vote against declaring Tom an enemy of the people in Act II Scene 2?
5. Who in Act II Scene 1 wants the article limited to the current matter and is not in favor of going after the entire city administration?
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