Act 1, Scenes 1, 2, 3 and 4
1. Who is Alan standing next to as the play opens?
2. Who talks about Alan as he is standing in the beginning of the play?
3. What does Dysart compare himself to?
(a) A horse
(b) A lawyer
(c) A stone
(d) An apple
4. Who is the jurist?
5. What is Dysart's profession?
(d) Stable manager
6. What does Dysart blame Hesther for?
(a) His caseload
(b) His bad luck
(c) His future
(d) His self doubts
7. What is Alan's last name?
8. How many horses did Alan injure?
9. What did Alan injure the horses with?
(a) A knife
(b) A stone
(c) Metal spike
(d) His bare hands
10. What did Alan do when he was questioned in court?
11. What does Dysart try to do when he first meets Alan?
(a) Hug him
(b) Pat him on the shoulder
(d) Shake his hand
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