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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many devils are in "The Judgment"?
2. Where does Scene I open? ("The Women Taken in Adultery")
(a) A court.
(b) A temple.
(c) A woman's home.
(d) A church.
3. Who is the last character in "Everyman" to speak?
(a) Good Deeds.
(d) A doctor.
4. Why does Everyman say that Death was wrong for coming when he did?
(a) Because Death gave no warning.
(b) Because Death is not real.
(c) Because Death just took his wife.
(d) Because Death should not come when one is young.
5. What device is defined as the linking of stanzas by means of verbal repetition?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Everyman go to see the priest before going to his own grave?
2. To whom does Jesus tell man not to be vengeful towards? ("The Women Taken in Adultery")
3. What does Everyman tell everyone to take up with them on the journey to his grave?
4. Upon what item does Veronica possess that shows a print of Jesus' face? ("The Death of Pilate")
5. What fear does the introduction to "Everyman" say is a universal emotion?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Veronica's handkerchief the key to curing Caesar's leprosy?
2. What purpose does God's opening soliloquy have in "The Judgment"?
3. According to the prologue to "Everyman", what is the treatise of the play?
4. Who does Jesus tell to be the first one to punish the woman accused of adultery?
5. According to the editor, what is the moral aim of "Everyman"?
6. What advice does Confession have for Everyman?
7. Why was Michael able to lead Adam and the other saints, who were residing in Hell, out of the gates of Hell?
8. Why does the editor state that the dialogue in the N.Town cycle of "The Women Taken in Adultery" "rings true"?
9. Why does Veronica stop Caesar from killing Pilate himself?
10. From what three "raw materials" is the York "Resurrection" drawn?
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