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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. Which theater showed Synge's last play?
(a) The Globe Theater.
(b) The Longhorn International Theater.
(c) The English National Theater.
(d) The Abby Theater.
2. What was Synge's final play?
(a) Delilah of the Street.
(b) Darlene of the Secrets.
(c) Deidre of the Sorrows.
(d) Deborah of the Sun.
3. What was Yeats humbled by when he got to Stockholm?
(a) He saw the man who lost the award.
(b) He heard one of his poems being quoted.
(c) He was recognized.
(d) He saw a poster of himself.
4. What was Moore's occupation?
(c) Theater owner.
5. What did Moore do that made Yeats incredibly upset?
(a) Took the credit for their collaborative work.
(b) Imitated his writing style.
(c) Had sordid love afffairs.
(d) Spread rumors about Lady Gregory.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who got mad at Moore when his plays became popular?
2. What did Yeats want to ask his best friend permission to do?
3. Why was Yeats mad when the death of another writer got more attention than the death of Synge?
4. When did Yeats have the chance to protect Maud Gonne?
5. How did Yeats think a writer should learn to write about different kinds of people?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Yeats write about in his letters to Lady Gregory?
2. How did Yeats feel when he found out he was being considered for the Nobel Prize of Literature?
3. What was Yeats told while in a trance?
4. What two things was Yeats adamant about remaining separate from each other?
5. How did Moore act when the theater ran into financial problems?
6. What kind of speeches did Maud give when Yeats accompanied her?
7. What led Yeats to spend so much time with Lady Gregory?
8. What did Moore do that irritated Yeats most of all?
9. What did Yeats say the duty of the writer was?
10. What was Synge's last play, and how was it received?
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