Dedication, Prelude on the Stage, and Prologue in Heaven
1. Who wrote the section "Dedication"?
2. What does the author profess sadness over in "Dedication"?
(a) Those who were around him while he was writing "Faust" are long dead.
(b) The modern world moves too fast for the author.
(c) The author has decided to end his own life.
(d) The author has recently realized that he is an atheist.
3. In "Dedication," what does the author ultimately decide is more important than fame?
(a) Political activism.
(b) Spiritual fulfillment.
(d) The memories of his loved ones.
4. In what time does "Prelude on the Stage" take place?
(a) The past.
(b) The future.
(c) Present time for the production.
(d) The present as it was when the play was written.
5. What is the director's main concern in "Prelude on the Stage"?
(a) Creating true art.
(b) Astounding the audience.
(c) Casting the right actors.
(d) Making money.
6. What is the poet's goal in the beginning of this play?
(a) A true artistic statement.
(b) A story of redemption for a time without hope.
(d) A scathing look at society.
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