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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 1, Chapter 40 | Part 1, Chapter 41 | Part 1, Chapter 42 | Part 1, Chapter 43.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Don Quixote imagine to be the legendary helmet of Mambrino?
(a) A tea kettle
(b) A gravy boat
(c) A mop bucket
(d) A brass barber's bowl
2. What common object becomes the means of correspondence with the Captive Captain?
(a) A teapot
(b) A bottle
(c) A cane
(d) A pillowcase
3. How do they manage to escape the Moorish land and take Zoraida with them?
(a) They manage to rob the cruel Moor who is their master.
(b) They are freed in a raid by spanish troops.
(c) Zoraida's father learns of her desire to go to a Christian country and helps them.
(d) She gives them enough money to ransom themselves and buy a boat.
4. The niece, the housekeeper, the curate and the barber all agree on what as the cause of Don Quixote's madness?
(a) His poor diet
(b) The cheap wine he has been drinking
(c) His vast collection of books
(d) His extreme old age
5. Why does Lothario think Camilla is being unvirtuous?
(a) He sees her maid's lover leaving the house early one morning.
(b) He thinks she is beginning to respond to him and the poems he writes for her.
(c) He notices that Camilla goes out every afternoon when Anselmo is away.
(d) He hears that a number of men have been visiting her at home.
Short Answer Questions
1. After the beating by the carriers, what does Sancho request that Don Quixote cannot supply?
2. In yet another coincidence, what happens when a learned judge arrives at the inn with his beautiful daughter?
3. In reality, what are the thirty or forty hulking giants Don Quixote attacks only to get seriously injured again?
4. What literary device is introduced in Chapter nine that helps move the story along and give it credence?
5. What is Don Quixote's explanation for the way the people at the inn toss Sancho into the air from a blanket?
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