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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapter 3 | Part 2, Chapter 4 | Part 2, Chapter 5 | Part 2, Chapter 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do the curate and the barber plan to get Quixote to return with them to La Mancha?
(a) They make him believe that the giants have invaded La Mancha.
(b) They change all the road signs along the way.
(c) They plan to tie him up in his sleep.
(d) They send a false message saying Dulcinea bids Quixote to come to her immediately.
2. What stops the melee at the inn in the middle of the night?
(a) An officer of the Holy Brotherhood believes that Don Quixote is dead.
(b) The police arrive and break up the fighting.
(c) The inn catches on fire.
(d) Don Quixote's bed falls through the floor into the room below.
3. How do the niece and housekeeper rationalize the disappearance of Don Quixote's books?
(a) They blame an enchanter.
(b) They blame the rats.
(c) They make Don Quixote believe he gave them away.
(d) They blame the curate.
4. What is the challenge to knight errantry presented to Don Quixote by Vivaldo?
(a) Vivaldo says that the rules of knight errantry need to be rewritten.
(b) Vivaldo suggests that the day of knights errant are long past and Don Quizxote should go home.
(c) Instead of making their last moments in honor of their ladies, knights should instead submit themselves to God.
(d) Vivaldo challenges Don Quixote to find and slay a dragon.
5. Who judges the basin to be a helmet, though incomplete?
(a) The barber from La Mancha
(b) The curate
(c) The innkeeper
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Zoraida attempt to correspond with the Captive Captain?
2. How does Don Quixote receive his knighthood?
3. As Don Quixote and Sancho Panza look for water in the night, what spooks them?
4. In reality, what are the thirty or forty hulking giants Don Quixote attacks only to get seriously injured again?
5. What device does Cervantes use to introduce the comedic nature of Don Quixote?
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