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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. How does Allwit respond to the news of Sir Walter's return?
(a) He is terrified.
(b) He is happy.
(c) He is jealous.
(d) He is furious.
2. How many Puritan women arrive first to the town party?
3. Which of Sir Walter's relatives is set to marry Yellowhammer's son?
(a) His cousin.
(b) His niece.
(c) His sister.
(d) His daughter.
4. What nationality is Yellowhammer's future daughter-in-law?
5. Why does Allwit ask the wet nurse to bring the new baby into his study?
(a) So that he can spit on it.
(b) So that he can revile it.
(c) So that he can critique it.
(d) So that he can kiss it.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who suggests Touchstone Junior as godfather for Allwit's new baby?
2. Who is lecturing Moll on her flaws as a woman as the play opens?
3. What is hiding under the leg of mutton that the wench presents to the Promoters?
4. Where do Moll and Touchwood Junior secretly meet?
5. Who bickers about social standing at the town party?
Short Essay Questions
1. What confession does Yellowhammer make to the audience after Allwit arrives in disguise to tell him about Sir Walter's mistress?
2. How does Sir Walter react when his two sons, Wat and Nick, enter the room for the first time?
3. How does Allwit prepare for his daughter's christening?
4. What arrangements has Touchwood Junior made for his second attempt at escape with Moll?
5. How does Middleton strive to portray the Puritan women in his play?
6. Who has come along with Touchwood Junior and Moll for their secret meeting?
7. How does Touchwood Senior feel about the country girls who work in the estate around harvest time?
8. How does Touchwood Senior convince Sir Oliver he will be able to impregnate his wife?
9. How does the reader know that Touchwood Senior is duping Sir Oliver?
10. What ongoing arrangement does Sir Walter have with Allwit?
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