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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Bayardo's statement, "Well, here I am," suggests:
(a) That he is now ready to hear her explanations.
(b) That he knows what Angela wants and has forgiven her.
(c) That he has been there all along.
(d) That he has come to confront her about her behavior.
2. Clearly the Vicario brothers:
(a) Know what they have done is against the law, but feel justified.
(b) Disregard the law whenever it suits them.
(c) Plan to escape punishment by claiming they acted in defense of honor.
(d) Don't know if they have killed the right person.
3. When the narrator warns Santiago that "A falcon who chases a warlike crane can only hope for a life of pain," he suggests:
(a) That a man who pursues a woman whose business is love, he is destined to be hurt.
(b) That a woman who profits from his love will only hurt him.
(c) That women will only lead to tragedy in the end.
(d) That women scorned will seek revenge.
4. Though Bayardo has aged in many ways, Angela says she sees him:
(a) As she saw him the first time.
(b) As a happier man than she remembered.
(c) Just the same as he was on their wedding day.
(d) With a greater love than ever before.
5. Poncio and Pedro Vicario are:
Short Answer Questions
1. What events foreshadow an unusual evening for the wedding guests?
2. Though the Vicario brothers defend their actions, they can not seem to get rid of:
3. Why does Father Carmen Amador perform Santiago's autopsy?
4. The narrator describes Angela Vicario as "the creature of [Bayardo's] torment," which suggests:
5. Pedro Vicario's guilt manifests itself in what way?
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