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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through A Gloomy Day. Open Country, Night. In Open Country and A Prison.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mephistopheles claim happened to Martha's husband?
(a) He drowned at sea.
(b) He died of a sexually transmitted disease from the woman he spent his fortune on.
(c) He was arrested for murder and executed.
(d) He was beaten to death in a bar fight.
2. After he drinks the potion, what does Faust want to do?
(a) Seduce a random woman.
(b) See the girl from the mirror.
(c) Join the militia.
(d) Travel to another country.
3. What comforts Gretchen's mother when the priest takes the jewels away?
(a) The priest assures her that Gretchen is still a virgin.
(b) The priest absolves her and Gretchen of any wrong-doing.
(c) The priest promises they will be rich in heaven.
(d) The priest offers to help Gretchen find a husband.
4. For what reasons do Faust and Mephistopheles visit a witch?
(a) The witch needs to lend Faust a spellbook.
(b) Faust needs a potion to make him young.
(c) The witch needs to atone for her behavior towards Mephistopheles.
(d) The witch needs to stop time so that Faust may seduce a young woman.
5. What promise does Mephistopheles extract from Faust before taking him to meet Gretchen?
(a) Faust must never drink their wine, as it has been touched by a priest.
(b) Faust must lie about Martha's husband.
(c) Faust must not look Martha in the eyes.
(d) Faust must not take Gretchen's virginity.
Short Answer Questions
1. What sort of animal approaches Faust and Wagner during the holiday celebration?
2. From what play are many of the characters in "A Walpurgis Night's Dream" drawn?
3. During "A Forest Cavern," who is Faust addressing in the beginning?
4. What must Faust step inside of in order to begin the spell to make him appear younger?
5. Of what is Faust irrationally jealous in regards to its proximity to Gretchen?
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