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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapter 31 | Part 2, Chapter 32 | Part 2, Chapter 33 | Part 2, Chapter 34.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Sampson's pretend squire leave him?
(a) Sampson has no money to pay him.
(b) He decides the wants to be the knight himself.
(c) He has become friends with Sancho who will be hurt.
(d) He says Sampson is behaving as mad as Don Quixote.
2. How does Sancho trick Don Quixote into waiting until morning to investigate the clanking sound?
(a) He points Rocinante in the wrong direction.
(b) He ties Rocinante's back legs together.
(c) He puts a sleeping powder into Don Quixote's wine.
(d) He loosens Quixote's saddles so it falls off.
3. What is the irony when Don Quixote speaks to a group of people?
(a) His speech is eloquent even though he suffers from madness.
(b) His speech sounds madder than his actions.
(c) His speech is halting and not at all like that of a noble knight.
(d) He can only speak things he has read in a book.
4. How does Quixote blend knight errantry and sainthood?
(a) He says knights must also be saintly in behavior.
(b) He says knight errantry is a religion.
(c) He says every true knight dies with the name of God on his lips.
(d) He says knights are appointed by God.
5. Who judges the basin to be a helmet, though incomplete?
(a) The innkeeper
(b) The barber from La Mancha
(c) The curate
Short Answer Questions
1. In reality, what are the thirty or forty hulking giants Don Quixote attacks only to get seriously injured again?
2. What invitation is given Don Quixote and Sancho when they meet two students and two peasants?
3. When Sancho tells his wife, Teresa, that he is going again with Don Quixote, what advice does Teresa give?
4. In yet another tale within the tale, who does the captive captain contrive to rescue?
5. Which two of Quixote's chivalric heroes inspire him to do a penance in the mountain?
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