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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 much money does Krogstad say he will ask Torvald for?
(a) 1,000 pounds
(b) 750 pounds
(c) 500 pounds
2. Does Nora want to come home from the dance after the Tarantella?
(a) No, but Torvald drags her downstairs.
(b) Yes, she and Torvald leave together.
(c) No, she stays at the dance.
(d) Yes, she runs home without Torvald.
3. What is Mrs. Linde doing while waiting for Krogstad?
(a) trying to read a book
(c) cleaning around the house
(d) making tea
4. What does Mrs. Linde say she has faith in about Krogstad?
(a) his innocence
(b) his love
(c) his weakness
(d) his character
5. What does Rank say he will send Nora, when he knows he is about to die?
(a) a card with a black border
(b) a card with a black angel
(c) a card with a black star
(d) a card with a black cross
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Nora like talking to the maids when she lived at her father's house?
2. What is Nora's reaction when Doctor Rank tells her his feelings?
3. What name does Torvald call Nora, after reading the letter?
4. Why is Doctor Rank jealous of Mrs. Linde?
5. What item of clothing does Nora show Doctor Rank from her box?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of Nora calling for the lamp?
2. Why does Krogstad say it would be useless for Nora to kill herself?
3. Why does Nora confess what's happened to Mrs. Linde?
4. What excuse does Nora make, so she doesn't have to explain the favor she wanted?
5. What fantasy does Torvald say he has about his wife when he's bringing her home from a party?
6. What comparison does Nora seem to be making between her father and Torvald?
7. Describe Torvald's reaction to the news of Doctor Rank's impending death.
8. Describe how Nora dances the Tarantella and Torvald's reaction.
9. Why can't Nora ask Doctor Rank for help, after he tells her his feelings?
10. Describe Torvald's reaction to Nora's wrongdoing.
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