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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. Choragos tells Creon to do as the prophet tells him to do as the justice of the __________ is swift.
(a) Fates
(b) Gods
(c) People
(d) Prophets

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

4. Once offended, the Chorus states, gods and goddesses are without ____________ for the offending party.
(a) Mercy
(b) Justice
(c) Power
(d) Repercussions

5. When Choragos asks the Messenger about his depressing tone, who does the Messenger say has killed himself?
(a) Haemon
(b) The sentry
(c) Creon
(d) The prophet

Short Answer Questions

1. The Chorus talks about love's strength and destruction, such as it is between Creon and ____________.

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

3. Love keepest the vigil on the soft cheek of a ____________, according to the Chorus in this section during the play.

4. The prophet tells Creon to _______________ and to rescind his proclamation.

5. What was the result of the visitor who came to see the princess when she was locked up?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the other story of jealousy that the Chorus relates to the audience within this ode, regarding the king and his first wife?

2. What happened in the tomb of Antigone after Creon buried Polyneices properly?

3. Why was King Lycurgus, Dyras' son, imprisoned in stone, according to the Chorus in this ode?

4. To whom does this Chorus compare Antigone in this ode and why?

5. Who is the goddess of love and of beauty who the Chorus thinks also enjoys watching the foolishness of man?

6. What is Choragos' reaction when Antigone is brought before Creon at the start of this scene?

7. When did Teiresias make an offering to the gods, he tells Creon, that was then refused?

8. What does love have the power over, according to this ode in the play?

9. Why does the Messenger answer the queen, Eurydice, with honesty rather than with lies?

10. Why does Creon believe he will be seen as even more powerful than he is now?

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