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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. In reality, what are the thirty or forty hulking giants Don Quixote attacks only to get seriously injured again?
(a) Large rocks
(b) Oak trees
2. What does the imagery of the Golden Age represent to Don Quixote?
(a) A simpler, more peaceful time in the age of chivalry.
(b) The times when uses of metal were discovered.
(c) A time when there was money for everyone.
(d) The days when literature was at its peak.
3. These early adventures of Don Quixote establish what theme that runs throughout the novel?
(a) That the age of chivalry is not dead.
(b) That he is invincible when he wears his armor.
(c) That he wins people over by his great imagination.
(d) That his meddling seldom has the resultsfor which he plans.
4. Realizing their mistake, where do Don Quixote and Sancho Panza go to hide only to meet up again with Gines de Pasamonte who steals Sancho's ass?
(a) The inn where they stayed before
(b) The Sierra Morena mountains
(c) The fulling mills
(d) Back in La Mancha
5. What literary device is introduced in Chapter nine that helps move the story along and give it credence?
(a) A parallel is drawn between Don Quixote and King Arthur.
(b) A sage is found to travel with Don Quixote and write down his adventures.
(c) Lengthy poetic renditions are added to give the story more authenticity.
(d) A narrator is introduced who discovers an old manuscript about Don Quixote.
Short Answer Questions
1. What secret does Don Fernando confide to Cardenio?
2. What is the challenge to knight errantry presented to Don Quixote by Vivaldo?
3. In the goatherd's tale, who is Marcella?
4. What stops the melee at the inn in the middle of the night?
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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