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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. Andres, the boy Don Quixote saves from a beating in his early adventures, shows up and tells Quixote never to help him again. Why?
(a) He is punished even worse after Don Quixote rides away.
(b) He doesn't want to be any further indebted to the knight errant.
(c) Now no one wants to hire him because they say he has a knight protecting him.
(d) Everyone laughs at him because he cannot defend himself.
2. Why does Lothario think Camilla is being unvirtuous?
(a) He sees her maid's lover leaving the house early one morning.
(b) He hears that a number of men have been visiting her at home.
(c) He notices that Camilla goes out every afternoon when Anselmo is away.
(d) He thinks she is beginning to respond to him and the poems he writes for her.
3. What irritates Don Quixote as he listens to Sancho speak?
(a) His use of homespun proverbs
(b) His affected speech
(c) His rambling on and on without a point
(d) His butting in to Quixote's conversations
4. After the beating by the carriers, what does Sancho request that Don Quixote cannot supply?
(a) A suit of armor to protect him against future beatings
(b) Money so that he can return home
(c) Wine to numb his pain
(d) Fierabras balm that Quixote had said would cure anything.
5. Finally, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza are invited to a real castle. Who invites them?
(a) Dona Rodrigquez de Grijalba
(b) A prince of the realm
(c) A real Duke and Duchess
(d) Camila de Camacho
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the canon think about drama of his day?
2. When Don Quixote and Sancho go into the village the next morning, what is their problem?
3. What is a result of Sancho Panza's replying to the ecclesiastic in proverbs?
4. What happens to Sancho Panza when he drinks Don Quixote's balm of wine, oil, salt and rosemary?
5. Why does Sampson's pretend squire leave him?
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