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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. Who says they will be willing to seek out revenge for Everyman?
(c) Five Wits
2. How does Everyman feel when Fellowship says he would die for Everyman?
(a) He offers to do the same for him
(b) He feels lucky to have such a friend
(c) He doesn’t believe him
(d) He is angry
3. Who is Everyman told has greater power than a King?
4. What does Everyman call himself after leaving Kindred?
5. Why is Good Deeds so weak?
(a) She is never strong
(b) She is very old
(c) She gives too much
(d) She has not been nurtured
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Death tell Everyman to find?
2. What does Goods say caused Everyman to commit many of his sins?
3. Who does God say will partake of his gift?
4. What does Death say has made up Everyman’s life?
5. Who rebukes Everyman for thinking priests are above someone?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Good Deeds change in appearance through this play?
2. What do most people think about most in life, according to this play?
3. How does Everyman try to bribe Death?
4. What does this play reveal about the status of society at this time in history?
5. Who are the friends who help Everyman in his journey?
6. How is Good Deeds different from the other friends Everyman goes to for help?
7. What gift does God offer all men?
8. How does this play make God seem?
9. What does Everyman beg Death for, and why?
10. What is the audience told about sin?
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