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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the relationship that Haemon has with Antigone, according to the play?
(a) He is her son
(b) He is her cousin
(c) He is her fiance
(d) He is her brother

2. Who does the Messenger now call a walking dead man during the first part of this scene during the play?
(a) Choragos
(b) Creon
(c) Haemon
(d) The prophet

3. Haemon insists that all men can learn from any who can ____________, when talking to his father.
(a) Grow
(b) Teach
(c) Reason
(d) Love

4. Creon is delighted that Haemon's fascination with ____________ seems to be eroding during this scene during the play.
(a) Antigone
(b) Ismene
(c) Oedipus
(d) Zeus

5. Who does Creon feel have always manipulated him, which is a sign of his own self pity for his situation?
(a) Women
(b) The prophets
(c) The Gods
(d) Animals

6. What happened to the offering that the prophet made to the gods after the prophet heard strange sounds?
(a) It was given back to him as an offering
(b) It was accepted
(c) It disappeared
(d) It was refused

7. What is not one of the things that Antigone reminds the people of when she addresses the people of Thebes?
(a) Her innocence
(b) Her royal ancestry
(c) Her beauty
(d) Her suffering

8. Who was with Antigone in the tomb when Creon showed up to let her go?
(a) Ismene
(b) Eurydice
(c) Haemon
(d) The prophet

9. Why was the princess to which Antigone is compared locked up in a prison during the play?
(a) Burying her sister
(b) A murder
(c) A prophesy
(d) Defying the king

10. What is the handicap of Teiresias, the prophet, who comes to speak to Creon during the play?
(a) Blind
(b) Mute
(c) One leg
(d) Deaf

11. Creon believes there is no greater evil than _____________ for that is what destroys households and nations.
(a) Pride
(b) Anarchy
(c) Peace
(d) Love

12. Even though Creon believes himself to be right, he will not fight _____________.
(a) Destiny
(b) The prophet
(c) Choragos
(d) Haemon

13. Where was King Lycurgus imprisoned for offending a certain goddesses who preside over the people?
(a) The river
(b) In stone
(c) A basket
(d) A castle

14. The Chorus talks about love's strength and destruction, such as it is between Creon and ____________.
(a) Haemon
(b) Antigone
(c) Ismene
(d) Eurydice

15. Creon realizes that the tragedy is surely punishment from _________ and the pain is immeasurable.
(a) Himself
(b) God
(c) The prophet
(d) His ancestors

Short Answer Questions

1. Who gave Polyneices, the son of Oedipus, a proper burial at the end of this play?

2. Haemon shares with Creon that the people see Antigone as ____________ for the actions she has taken.

3. Creon is told by ______________ that trees and ships yield to the destructive nature of floods.

4. Creon believes that Antigone would have been trouble for Haemon both in and out of _________.

5. Love has power over all mortals and _____________, according to the Chorus within this ode during the play.

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