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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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?
(a) Captain Horster.
(b) Mr. Hovstad.
(c) Mr. Aslaksen.
(d) Mr. Billing.
2. What relative of Tom Stockmann's is exceptionally wealthy?
(b) Mr. Kill.
3. Who enters the newspaper office with a book that Hovstad asked to be translated for publication in the newspaper in Act II Scene 1?
4. What word means that kept or keeping within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme, excessive, or intense?
5. In Act II Scene 2, Tom claims that what is never right until it does right?
(a) The government.
(b) The minority.
(c) The majority.
(d) The public.
6. 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) Yell from the steps of the Mayor's office.
(b) Publish his own paper.
(c) Tell everybody at church.
(d) March through town.
7. Catherine asks Billing in Act II Scene 2 why he printed whose editorial instead of the report?
(b) Mr. Kill's.
(c) His own.
(d) Captain Horster's.
8. What slang term used by Billings refers to someone who is cowardly or afraid?
9. In Act II Scene 2, Billing tells Catherine that the meeting will prove to not be a place for what?
(a) Scientific discussion.
(b) Small talk.
10. What is the setting of Act II Scene 2?
(a) Captain Horster's house.
(b) Mr. Aslaksen's house.
(c) Mr. Hovstad's house.
(d) Mr. Billing's house.
11. In Act II Scene 1, Aslaksen refuses to print the report as a what?
(a) Special edition.
(d) Scientific conclusion.
12. Who suggests that Tom be considered an enemy of the people in Act II Scene 2?
(a) Mr. Aslaksen.
(b) Mr. Billing.
(c) Mr. Hovstad.
(d) Captain Horster.
13. 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?
(a) People's lives.
(c) The town.
(d) The springs.
14. What does Hovstad call Tom during his speech in Act II Scene 2?
(a) An aristocrat.
(b) A traitor.
(c) A murderer.
(d) A juvenile.
15. What word means the process or an instance of obstructing legislation by means of long speeches and other delaying tactics?
Short Answer Questions
1. What word refers to a pretense of having a virtuous character, moral or religious beliefs or principles that one does not really possess?
2. What is the setting of Act II Scene 1?
3. Against the objection of some, Aslaksen is named what in Act II Scene 2?
4. When he enters in Act II Scene 1, Peter demands to see the report, promising to help with what?
5. In Act II Scene 1, Peter supplies the most "practical" solution, which is what?
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