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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 Faust see around Gretchen's neck in his vision of her in "Walpurgis Night"?
(a) A rope.
(b) A chain.
(c) A knife cut.
(d) The necklace he gave her.
2. What does Faust attempt to bring Gretchen during "The Street Outside Gretchen's Door"?
(a) A necklace.
(b) A ring.
(c) A flower.
(d) A bottle of wine.
3. In what language is the song heard during "A Cathedral"?
4. What does Faust give Gretchen at the end of "Martha's Garden"?
(a) A book of philosophy.
(b) A sleeping potion.
(c) A flower.
(d) A ring.
5. What has worsened Barbara's plight, according to Lieschen?
(a) Barbara has recently been robbed and has no money.
(b) Barbara has renounced God.
(c) Barbara is very ill.
(d) The father of Barbara's baby has run away.
Short Answer Questions
1. What purpose does "A Walpurgis's Night Dream" serve in this play?
2. Initially, what is the only thing Gretchen recognizes as Faust when he is in her prison cell?
3. What scene is being presented in "A Walpurgis Night's Dream"?
4. What is the occupation of Gretchen's brother?
5. What is the purpose of the item Faust gives Gretchen at the end of "Martha's Garden"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What agreement does Faust and Mephistopheles come to when the former discovers that Gretchen had been pregnant and is now in prison and why?
2. What leads up to Faust pledging his love to Gretchen?
3. Describe some of the characters in the chapter "Walpurgis Night."
4. What is ironic about Mephistopheles's statement that Gretchen is doomed?
5. Describe Faust's vision of Gretchen.
6. What is the purpose of the potion?
7. Why is Gretchen is prison?
8. What is Walpurgis Night?
9. Why does Mephistopheles keep trying to subvert Faust from examining his vision of Gretchen?
10. Describe the seduction of Gretchen up until the end of "A Forest Cavern."
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