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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 Mr. Brack suggest to Hedda?
(a) He suggests she shoot Tesman.
(b) He suggests they begin a triangular relationship.
(c) He suggests she repaint the house.
(d) He suggests she divorce Tesman and marry him.
2. What instrument does Hedda raucously play as Tesman and Mrs. Elvsted try to rewrite the manuscript?
(a) She plays the piano.
(b) She plays the harpsichord.
(c) She plays the guitar.
(d) She plays the oboe.
3. For what kind of building was Solness constructing the tower many years ago?
(a) For a home.
(b) For a church.
(c) For a shop.
(d) For a town hall.
4. Who arrives with news of Lovborg's attempted suicide?
(b) Mr. Brack.
(c) Mrs. Elvsted.
(d) Aunt Julle.
5. Where does Tesman request for Mrs. Elvsted to take up residence?
(a) Back at her home in the country.
(b) In his own home.
(c) At Aunt Julle's house.
(d) In town, by the singer's house.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why won't Hedda go with Tesman to Aunt Julle's?
2. What faux pas does Hedda commit against Mrs. Elvsted.
3. What does Aunt Julle hope will fill her time in the future?
4. What does Ragnar request of Solness just before Brovik's death?
5. Whom does Hedda "playfully" shoot at?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the factors that, combined, mean such despair for Hedda that she must end her life?
2. Why is Ejlert unable to return Mrs. Elvsted's love sufficiently?
3. How does Lovborg take his leave of Mrs. Elvsted?
4. Why has Hilde sought Solness out?
5. What are the implications to Hedda of Brack knowing Lovborg died by one of her pistols?
6. What is Ragnar's ambition?
7. What are Hedda's feelings about Tesman's aunts?
8. Why does Hedda refrain from visiting Aunt Rina?
9. How does Hedda convince Lovborg to go to the party?
10. What imminent threat does Tesman face now that Lovborg has a successful book?
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