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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapter 47 | Part 2, Chapter 48 | Part 2, Chapter 49 | Part 2, Chapter 50.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Sancho trick Don Quixote into waiting until morning to investigate the clanking sound?
(a) He puts a sleeping powder into Don Quixote's wine.
(b) He loosens Quixote's saddles so it falls off.
(c) He ties Rocinante's back legs together.
(d) He points Rocinante in the wrong direction.
2. At the inn, what does Sancho happily observe?
(a) The priest and the barber are waiting there for them.
(b) Don Quixote does not mistake this inn for a castle.
(c) The page will buy his meal.
(d) This time there is a room for them in the inn.
3. 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) Everyone laughs at him because he cannot defend himself.
(c) Now no one wants to hire him because they say he has a knight protecting him.
(d) He doesn't want to be any further indebted to the knight errant.
4. What symbolism does Cervantes use to express the closeness of Quixote and Sancho?
(a) The sun and the moon
(b) The closeness of Dapple and Rozinante
(c) The common belief in enchantment
(d) The Knight of the Wood and his squire
5. Who is the unexpected pleasure for Don Quixote in Don Diego's house?
(a) Don Lorenzo, Don Diego's poet son
(b) Don Diego's beautiful daughter
(c) Don Diego's young wife
(d) Don Diego's personal chef
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the gist of the goatherd's tale?
2. What is Cervantes' complaint in the prologue to the second part of The Adventures of Don Quixote?
3. Why do Don Quixote and Sancho believe the outlandish tale?
4. What common object becomes the means of correspondence with the Captive Captain?
5. Why does Teresa fear for Sancho suddenly becoming rich?
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