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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. What does Veronica ask of Caesar for repayment for Caesar's healing? ("The Death of Pilate")
(a) To imprison Pilate.
(b) To kill Pilate.
(c) To conquer Pilate's knigdom.
(d) To force Pilate from his throne.
2. What does God perceive as he was sitting in Heaven? ("Everyman")
(a) That the time has come to break his promise.
(b) All on Earth have been ungrateful to him.
(c) That no one loves him anymore.
(d) That Heaven is the only good place left.
3. In the introduction to "The Women Taken in Adultery", what biblical chapter does the introduction state was used as a counterpart to the pageant?
4. Why does Pilate agree to go and see Caesar? ("The Death of Pilate")
(a) He doesn't agree.
(b) He says he is not afarid of Caesar.
(c) He states that he has done nothing wrong.
(d) He claims Caesar is kind to everyone.
5. Why does Jesus say that God has sent him to Earth? ("The Women Taken in Adultery")
(a) To redeem mankind.
(b) To be the Light and the Way.
(c) To help man find his way.
(d) To insure that God does not have to punish mankind again.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many men does Annas say took Jesus, so that no one believes that he rose from the dead? ("The Resurrection")
2. How does Caiaphas believe Jesus rose from the dead? "The Resurrection")
3. What fear does the introduction to "Everyman" say is a universal emotion?
4. How many times does Jesus speak in "The Crucifixion"?
5. What device is defined as the linking of stanzas by means of verbal repetition?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to the prologue to "Everyman", what is the treatise of the play?
2. Why does the editor state that The N. Town Cycle of "The Women Taken in Adultery" is the best of all cycles?
3. Why does the editor state that the liturgical playwrights "made little use of the Passion theme"?
4. Who does Jesus tell to be the first one to punish the woman accused of adultery?
5. What advice does Confession have for Everyman?
6. According to the editor, what is the moral aim of "Everyman"?
7. Describe the poetic form used in "The Judgment".
8. What purpose does God's opening soliloquy have in "The Judgment"?
9. In what ways is Christ's descent into hell dramatized?
10. What does it take for Good Deeds to join Everyman on his journey?
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