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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 1, Chapter 20 | Part 1, Chapter 21 | Part 1, Chapter 22 | Part 1, Chapter 23 | Part 1, Chapter 24.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the imagery of the Golden Age represent to Don Quixote?
(a) A time when there was money for everyone.
(b) The times when uses of metal were discovered.
(c) A simpler, more peaceful time in the age of chivalry.
(d) The days when literature was at its peak.
2. How can the first of Don Quixote's adventures be described?
(a) They are his first encounters with giants he needs to slay.
(b) They are completely imaginary in Don Quixote's head.
(c) They are misadventures that end in disaster for Don Quixote and a boy he tries to save.
(d) They are histerically funny adventures that see him victorious.
3. When Don Quixote sets out again on adventures, who does he take with him?
(a) Sancho Panza
(d) The barber
4. What unlikely group of men does Don Quixote set free and enjoin them to go tell Dulcinea of their release?
(a) A group of actors rehearsing for a play
(b) A group of criminals being taken to the galleys
(c) A group of soldiers on military training
(d) A group of Christians captured by the Moors
5. After the beating by the carriers, what does Sancho request that Don Quixote cannot supply?
(a) Wine to numb his pain
(b) Fierabras balm that Quixote had said would cure anything.
(c) Money so that he can return home
(d) A suit of armor to protect him against future beatings
Short Answer Questions
1. What literary device is introduced in Chapter nine that helps move the story along and give it credence?
2. How does the protagonist slip into the fantasy world of Don Quixote de la Mancha?
3. What stops the melee at the inn in the middle of the night?
4. What is the cause of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza getting a brutal beating from the Yanguesan carriers?
5. As Don Quixote and Sancho Panza look for water in the night, what spooks them?
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