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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. Why does the Horse-Courser offer Faustus more money?
(a) To give him some food.
(b) To allow him to sleep there.
(c) To command Mephastophilis to let him go.
(d) To sell him another horse.
2. What do Mephastophilis and Faustus do to the people singing a dirge at the end of Act 3, Scene 1?
(a) Beat them.
(b) Hide from them.
(c) Kill them.
3. Who is waiting in the beginning of Act 3, Scene 1?
(a) The pope and his friars.
(b) Rafe and Robin.
(c) The Good Angel and the Bad Angel.
(d) Faustus and Mephastophilis.
4. From where does Mephastophilis retrieve Alexander the Great?
5. What does the Horse-Courser want when he returns?
(a) To be taught how to summon demons.
(b) A refund.
(c) To take a nap.
(d) A different horse.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom is Faustus eager to please in Act 4, Scene 3?
2. What happens at midnight in Act 5, Scene 2?
3. What is the setting of Act 4, Scene 3?
4. Where are Carolus and Faustus at the beginning of Act 4, Scene 1?
5. What are Mephastophilis and Faustus waiting for at the beginning of Act 3, Scene 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are the Duke and Duchess of Vanholt impressed by Faustus's ability to procure grapes?
2. How does Carolus react to Faustus's feats?
3. How do the churchmen react to Faustus's invisible actions?
4. Whom does Faustus command to adhere to Carolus's request in Act 4, Scene 4?
5. In Act 3, Scene 2, why is Mephastophilis summoned, and what happens when he is summoned?
6. What does Carolus ask Faustus to do in the beginning of Act 4, Scene 1?
7. What part does the knight play in Act 4, Scene 1?
8. How does Faustus explain his ability to procure grapes for the Duchess of Vanholt?
9. At the beginning of Act 3, Scene 1, what does Faustus want, and why?
10. Why does Faustus allow the Horse-Courser to leave peacefully?
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