Faust. Part Two Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who take Euphorion's clothing?

2. What does the chorus cry as Euphorion falls?

3. Where does Mephistopheles suggest that Helen should hide at the end of Scene 1 of Act III?

4. Who does Mephistopheles disguise himself as in Act III?

5. What is Faust wearing when he first meets with the emperor in Act IV?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why is Faust's castle so alien to Helen?

2. What does Faust mean when he uses the term "modern" in regards to the palace offered by Mephistopheles in Act IV?

3. Describe the landscape of Arcadia as in Act III?

4. In Act III, what are some of Helen's doubts an fears about Menelaus's intentions?

5. How does the chorus feel in regards to Arcadia in Act III?

6. How does the archbishop convince the emperor to give power to the church at the end of Act IV?

7. What plan is the current general describing to the emperor at the beginning of Scene 2 in Act IV?

8. What does the chorus transform into at the end of Act III?

9. Describe the setting of Scene 3 of Act IV.

10. How does Mephistopheles treat Helen's servants in Scene 1 of Act III?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Selecting at least two formal elements of the novel, write an essay about how Goethe employs literary devices to enhance the moral of Faust Part II. Make sure and use specific textual examples to illustrate how these devices function.

Essay Topic 2

In Faust, Part II Mephistopheles serves as an archetypal Devil character. Using specific example from the text identify how Goethe connotes the Devil archetype. Is it an effective connotation. Why or why not?

Essay Topic 3

In Faust a lot of focus is given to the issues of good versus evil and beautiful versus ugly. Using specific characters and situations discuss how Goethe highlights this dichotomy and specifically how the idea of beautiful versus ugly relates to good versus evil.

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