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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. What does Nora ask the maid to bring to her after Krogstad has left?
(a) a book from Torvald's study
(b) the Christmas tree
(c) a cup of tea
(d) a glass of whiskey
2. How did Mrs. Linde travel to the area?
(a) on foot
(b) by train
(c) by carriage
(d) by steamer
3. What is Torvald's attitude toward borrowing money?
(a) Torvald is against any borrowing whatsoever.
(b) Torvald believes you should only borrow money if you know you can pay it back quickly.
(c) Torvald believes in borrowing money whenever you need it.
(d) Torvald believes you should only borrow money in a true emergency.
4. Why does Krogstad want his job at the bank?
(a) He needs a job as cover, so he's not suspected of moneylending.
(b) He wants to be in a position to embezzle money.
(c) He wants to show Mrs. Linde that he has a decent job.
(d) He wants a respectable job to redeem himself.
5. What is Nora's relationship with her children's nurse?
(a) Nora knew the nurse when Nora was a teenager.
(b) Nora hired the nurse when she had her first child.
(c) Nora hired the nurse when she had her third child.
(d) The nurse was Nora's nurse when she was young.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Torvald compare Nora to?
2. What does Nora want Mrs. Linde's help with?
3. How does Torvald say he felt when Nora was busy for three weeks?
4. How does Krogstad know the second signature is faked?
5. What conclusion does Mrs. Linde jump to about Doctor Rank?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of Nora mentioning the first of the month to Krogstad?
2. What distracts Nora from decorating the Christmas tree?
3. What does Doctor Rank say about Krogstad's character?
4. Why does Nora confess to Mrs. Linde that her father didn't give her the money for the trip that saved Torvald's life?
5. How does Torvald react to Nora saying his reason for firing Krogstad is narrow-minded?
6. What does Mrs. Linde hope Nora can do for her?
7. Does Nora realize the seriousness of faking a signature?
8. What example does Torvald give Nora, to try and show her why borrowing is bad?
9. What is Nora's attitude towards the law?
10. What do Torvald's pet names for Nora say about his attitude towards her?
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