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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. Which of the following is not a character in "A Walpurgis Night's Dream"?
(a) The idealist.
(b) The realist.
(c) The dogmatist.
(d) The futurist.
2. Why does Gretchen say she no longer has in "A Prison"?
3. What is Gretchen's secret?
(a) She is dying.
(b) She is pregnant.
(c) She is glad that Valentine is dead.
(d) She killed her mother on purpose.
4. Who is singing in the church?
(a) The priest.
(b) The altarboys.
(d) The choir.
5. What reason does Martha cite for not inviting Mephistopheles to stay longer with her at the end of "A Garden"?
(a) She would feel like a hypocrite by inviting him in.
(b) He scares her.
(c) Nosy neighbors.
(d) She does not trust him to not attempt a seduction.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Faust propose to Gretchen during "Martha's Garden"?
2. What is the Huckster-Witch attempting to do during "Walpurgis Night"?
3. What does Faust discover from Gretchen when he tries to help her escape from prison?
4. What is the song about in "A Cathedral"?
5. What does Gretchen finally admit to Faust before she leaves for home?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Barbara, and why is she being discussed by Gretchen and Lieschen?
2. Discuss the significance of Gretchen fearing Mephistopheles at the end of the play.
3. Why does Mephistopheles keep trying to subvert Faust from examining his vision of Gretchen?
4. Describe Faust's vision of Gretchen.
5. Describe the seduction of Gretchen up until the end of "A Forest Cavern."
6. Why is Gretchen praying to the Virgin Mary?
7. What agreement does Faust and Mephistopheles come to when the former discovers that Gretchen had been pregnant and is now in prison and why?
8. What is the purpose of the potion?
9. Describe Martha and Mephistopheles's interactions in "A Garden."
10. Describe some of the characters in the chapter "Walpurgis Night."
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