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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who appears when Act 3, Scene 2 opens?
(d) Robin and Rafe.
2. Why does the Horse-Courser return soaking wet?
(a) The horse spit on him.
(b) It started raining.
(c) He fell off the horse.
(d) He rode the horse into water and it disappeared.
3. What does Faustus do to make the churchmen leave the room?
(a) Steal the Pope's food.
(b) Boxes the Pope's ears.
(c) The churchmen do not leave.
(d) Laugh very loud.
4. Which Greek god(dess) is alluded to in the Epilogue?
5. What does Carolus ask Faustus to do at the end of Act 4, Scene 1?
(a) Visit again often.
(b) Take him to see hell.
(c) Remove the horns from the knight's head.
(d) Summon Helen of Troy.
6. How is the object being carried in Act 3, Scene 2 obtained?
(a) It is received as a gift.
(b) It is bought.
(c) It is found in the trash.
(d) It is stolen from the Vintner.
7. Which human arrives in the middle of Act 3, Scene 2?
(a) The Vintner.
8. What do Robin and Rafe do out of fear of Mephastophilis?
(a) Return Faustus's book.
(b) Apologize to the Vintner.
(c) Confess to stealing the silver goblet.
(d) They are not afraid of Mephastophilis.
9. What does the Duke of Vanholt promise?
(a) To find a wife for Faustus.
(b) To reward Faustus for his feat.
(c) To invite Faustus to visit again soon.
(d) To never forget Faustus.
10. Who is waiting in the beginning of Act 3, Scene 1?
(a) The pope and his friars.
(b) Faustus and Mephastophilis.
(c) Rafe and Robin.
(d) The Good Angel and the Bad Angel.
11. From where does Mephastophilis retrieve Alexander the Great?
12. What does Faustus do when the Pope arrives?
(a) Becomes visible.
(b) He dies.
(c) Steals the Pope's food and wine.
(d) Prays to God for forgiveness.
13. Who threatens to tear Faustus apart in Act 5, Scene 1?
(b) The Bad Angel.
(c) The Old Man.
14. What is Faustus doing at the beginning of Act 4, Scene 3?
15. Why does Faustus refuse to pray?
(a) Because he wants to go to hell.
(b) Because he is too tired.
(c) Because he believes he cannot be forgiven.
(d) Because he is too stubborn and will not repent.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Faustus allow the Horse-Courser to leave peacefully?
2. What does the Old Man want at the end of Act 5, Scene 1?
3. Who is awestruck at the end of Act 4, Scene 3?
4. Who seizes the Horse-Courser?
5. Who enters with Faustus in Act 5, Scene 1?
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