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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Should the proud have survived to old age, notes Choragos, they will have learned to be _________.
2. Creon believes there is no greater evil than _____________ for that is what destroys households and nations.
3. Where is Antigone led to after she has been given her sentence by Creon, the King?
(a) The fields
(b) The bathroom
(c) A platform
(d) The vault
4. Who was cursing Creon in their final moments on earth before they killed themselves?
5. If you are to be weak in your allegiances, Creon says, make it to a ____________.
6. Where was King Lycurgus imprisoned for offending a certain goddesses who preside over the people?
(a) A basket
(b) A castle
(c) In stone
(d) The river
7. Creon believes he will be seen as stronger for refusing to yield to showing ______________ with Antigone.
8. What is not one of the things that Antigone reminds the people of when she addresses the people of Thebes?
(a) Her beauty
(b) Her royal ancestry
(c) Her suffering
(d) Her innocence
9. The prophet cautions Creon and the actions he has taken, saying that he is on the edge of __________.
10. Choragos tells Creon that the gods are ___________ to him now during the play.
11. The goddesses that King Lycurgus offended were NOT the goddesses who looked over ______________.
12. Choragos tells Creon to do as the prophet tells him to do as the justice of the __________ is swift.
13. The Chorus compares Antigone to ___________, a princess who was imprisoned for an act she might commit.
14. What happened to the offering that the prophet made to the gods after the prophet heard strange sounds?
(a) It was refused
(b) It disappeared
(c) It was given back to him as an offering
(d) It was accepted
15. Who is the Greek goddess of love and of beauty, according to history and to the Chorus?
(b) Helen of Troy
Short Answer Questions
1. Who goes to free Antigone and to bury Polyneices as the prophet said should be done?
2. Haemon insists that all men can learn from any who can ____________, when talking to his father.
3. What is the focus of this ode in the play? What theme is being discussed during this section?
4. Who visited the princess during her imprisonment for something she could do nothing about?
5. Who is commiserating about the dominion of fate at the start of this final scene?
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