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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Gretchen say she no longer has in "A Prison"?
2. Who is singing in the church?
(b) The altarboys.
(c) The choir.
(d) The priest.
3. According to Musaget, what is easier to "govern than the Muses"?
(d) The ocean waves.
4. What must Faust promise in order to get Gretchen to accept and use the item he gives her in "Martha's Garden"?
(a) He will marry her one day soon.
(b) The potion is safe to use on her mother.
(c) If the flower convinces her that he loves her, he will take her on a trip.
(d) He will attend church with her.
5. During "Martha's Garden," what does Gretchen discuss with Faust?
(a) His relationship to his priest.
(b) Her relationship with God.
(c) Her relationship to her mother.
(d) His relationship with Mephistopheles.
6. Why was Gretchen forced to raise her now-deceased sister and take care of the house when she was younger?
(a) Her father disappeared.
(b) Her mother was ill.
(c) Her mother was in prison.
(d) Her mother was forced to work as a maid.
7. What can Mephistopheles not do for Gretchen in "A Gloomy Day?"
(a) Set her free from prison.
(b) Absolve her of her sins.
(c) Bring her mother back to life.
(d) Restore her virginity.
8. What about Faust concerns Gretchen the most?
(a) His love of drinking.
(b) The state of his soul.
(c) His atheism.
(d) His attitude towards Martha.
9. What does Gretchen pray for in "By a Shrine Inside the Town Wall, Night"?
(b) Atonement for her sins.
(c) Forgiveness for Faust.
(d) Mephistopheles's soul.
10. What does Gretchen initially believe about Faust when he comes into her cell?
(a) He is the devil.
(b) He is there to rape her.
(c) He is a priest coming to administer her Last Rites.
(d) He is a guard taking her to the gallows.
11. What is Faust unable to convince Gretchen to do in "A Prison"?
(a) Escape with him.
(b) Forgive him.
(c) Forgive herself.
(d) Renounce God.
12. How does Lieschen feel about Barbara?
(a) She thinks that Barbara deserves nothing but help and sympathy.
(b) She is afraid of Barbara and her bad luck.
(c) She believes Barbara is being unfairly maligned, but Barbara has no one to blame but herself.
(d) She believes Barbara is getting what she deserves.
13. How is most of "A Walpurgis's Night Dream" presented?
(b) Poetry reading.
14. What does Faust promise Gretchen in "A Garden"?
(a) He will love her forever.
(b) He will go to confession.
(c) He will seek approval for their marriage from her mother.
(d) He will get rid of Mephistopheles.
15. What does Mephistopheles suggest about Faust's vows of love to Gretchen in "A Street"?
(a) He will be manipulating Gretchen into doing the same.
(b) He will be sincere.
(c) He will be lying.
(d) He will be blaspheming.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Gretchen believe will happen when she and Faust are separated in "A Garden?"
2. In musical terms, what is the scene "A Walpurgis's Night Dream" called in the text?
3. What promise does Mephistopheles extract from Faust before taking him to meet Gretchen?
4. What does Gretchen do with the daisy she picks while walking with Faust?
5. What does Valentine not do as he dies?
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