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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 Everyman ask Death to do after his reckoning?
(a) Defend him
(b) Help his family
(c) Lead him
(d) Bring him back to Earth
2. How did most people at the time of this play view God?
(a) He was impressed with men and their accomplishments
(b) He was loving and kind
(c) He was disappointed in men and their sins
(d) He was vengeful and angry
3. What do the new friends say they will NOT do?
(a) Leave Everyman
(b) Stay with Everyman
(c) Defend Everyman
(d) Persuade Everyman
4. What does Everyman need Fellowship to prove?
(a) That it is not time for him to die
(b) That he has overcome Adam’s sin
(c) That Everyman is worthy of God
(d) That he has been a good friend
5. Who brought about the second chance given to people?
(c) The Spirit
Short Answer Questions
1. How was the world when it was first created?
2. What does Everyman do when he learns who Death is?
3. Who does Confession say will be stronger if Everyman takes his journey?
4. How does Knowledge respond at first when Everyman asks him for help?
5. What did this play teach people about?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Good Deeds different from the other friends Everyman goes to for help?
2. Who are the friends who help Everyman in his journey?
3. What is the audience told to do at the beginning of the play?
4. What does Knowledge tell Everyman to do?
5. What does Goods do when Everyman asks him for help?
6. What are some of the reasons Everyman gives for Death’s visit to be unfair?
7. How does Everyman feel about Fellowship before asking him for help?
8. What is the structure of this play?
9. What does Fellowship do when Everyman asks him for help?
10. Why does God call on death?
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