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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 Nora say Mrs. Linde looks?
(a) thinner and paler
(b) more tired but happier
(c) younger but sadder
(d) plumper and darker

2. What is Torvald's real reason for wanting to fire Krogstad?
(a) He believes Krogstad is immoral.
(b) Krogstad knows a secret about Torvald's past.
(c) Krogstad has slovenly habits and is tardy to work.
(d) Krogstad is too familiar and friendly with him in public.

3. What does Nora try to do after Krogstad leaves?
(a) She tries to work on needlework.
(b) She tries to clean the house.
(c) She tries to read a book.
(d) She tries to fix a vase.

4. What does Nora think Krogstad is threatening her with?
(a) pretending they're having an affair
(b) repossessing all her belongings
(c) calling in the loan and forcing her into bankruptcy
(d) telling Torvald that Nora owes him money

5. Is Torvald expecting Doctor Rand?
(a) Yes, but Doctor Rand is early and waits in the hall for him.
(b) No, Torvald is surprised and doesn't want to see him.
(c) Yes, Doctor Rand goes directly to the study to meet with him.
(d) No, but Torvald goes to meet with him immediately.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Nora want Mrs. Linde's help with?

2. Besides her children and husband, who else does Nora buy gifts for?

3. What does Nora say will happen if the loan comes to light?

4. How did Mrs. Linde travel to the area?

5. Who does Nora say she wants to come help her with the costumes?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why does Torvald ask Nora to name a "reasonable" present?

2. Why did Nora fake her father's signature?

3. Why does Nora say she wants to tear the fancy-dress costumes into a hundred thousand pieces?

4. Why doesn't Nora talk to Torvald about her old friends?

5. What was Nora's attitude toward Krogstad when she first borrowed money from him?

6. What is Torvald's response when Nora asks whether it's nice of her to obey her husband's wishes?

7. How does Torvald react to Nora saying his reason for firing Krogstad is narrow-minded?

8. What is Krogstad's response when Nora tells him she can't help him?

9. What example does Torvald give Nora, to try and show her why borrowing is bad?

10. What does Mrs. Linde hope Nora can do for her?

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