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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 has worsened Barbara's plight, according to Lieschen?
(a) The father of Barbara's baby has run away.
(b) Barbara has recently been robbed and has no money.
(c) Barbara is very ill.
(d) Barbara has renounced God.
2. What does Gretchen believe is on Faust's hand when she tries to hold it in her cell?
3. Who is Valentine?
(a) Gretchen's brother.
(b) Gretchen's fiance.
(c) Gretchen's cousin.
(d) Gretchen's father.
4. What does Valentine admit to Gretchen before he dies?
(a) He poisoned her drink.
(b) He has renounced God because of her.
(c) He has alerted their priest about her condition.
(d) He knows her secret.
5. In musical terms, what is the scene "A Walpurgis's Night Dream" called in the text?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mephistopheles admit to Faust will happen when he (Faust) sleeps with Gretchen?
2. How does "A Cathedral" end?
3. To which author do the characters in the chapter "A Walpurgis Night's Dream" belong?
4. What does Faust discover from Gretchen when he tries to help her escape from prison?
5. According to Lieschen, how did Barbara spend her evenings and nights?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Faust's vision of Gretchen.
2. Describe the seduction of Gretchen up until the end of "A Forest Cavern."
3. Describe some of the characters in the chapter "Walpurgis Night."
4. Describe the enormity of Gretchen's sorrows.
5. What agreement does Faust and Mephistopheles come to when the former discovers that Gretchen had been pregnant and is now in prison and why?
6. Why is Gretchen unable to recognize Faust when he comes to her in prison?
7. What does Faust admit to being jealous of and why?
8. What is Walpurgis Night?
9. During "Martha's Garden," what does Gretchen admit to worrying about in regards to Mephistopheles?
10. What visions do Faust and Mephistopheles claim to have to their dancing partners?
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