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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapter 51 | Part 2, Chapter 52 | Part 2, Chapter 53 | Part 2, Chapter 54.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is a result of Sancho Panza's replying to the ecclesiastic in proverbs?
(a) The Duke considers that Sancho might make a good governor.
(b) The Duchess is thrilled that the eccliastic show Sancho up.
(c) Quixote rebukes Sancho again for his provencial speech.
(d) The eccliastic takes notes for a sermon.
2. What invitation is given Don Quixote and Sancho when they meet two students and two peasants?
(a) A duel between Camacho and Basilio, a former lover of Quiteria
(b) The wedding of Quiteria the Fair to Camacho the Rich
(c) The sports games of the county
(d) The local fair and festival
3. Why do Don Quixote and Sancho believe the outlandish tale?
(a) Because the Duke and duchess appear to believe it.
(b) Because they have been drugged during dinner.
(c) Because they believe any tale that involves a damsel in distress.
(d) Because Malambruno is supposed to be a clever enchanter.
4. How does Cervantes plan to see that no further writing is done regarding Don Quixote de La Mancha?
(a) By allowing only a select few people to see his work.
(b) By writing the rest of the books in code.
(c) By seeing him dead and buried at the end of Part Two.
(d) By getting a legal restraining order.
5. In reality, what are the thirty or forty hulking giants Don Quixote attacks only to get seriously injured again?
(c) Oak trees
(d) Large rocks
Short Answer Questions
1. Don Quixote tells Sancho that there is no such thing as a knight errant who is not what?
2. What symbolism does Cervantes use to express the closeness of Quixote and Sancho?
3. Andres, the boy Don Quixote saves from a beating in his early adventures, shows up and tells Quixote never to help him again. Why?
4. What comes back to Sancho from his behavior toward Don Quixote?
5. What delights Sancho at the wedding?
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