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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3, Part 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why did Lovborg fight with Miss Diana?
(a) Lovborg thought she took his manuscript.
(b) Miss Diana demanded that he give her his book.
(c) Miss Diana wanted him to stop drinking.
(d) Lovborg wanted more money from her.
2. What is the relationship between Lovborg and Miss Diana?
(a) Lovborg owes Miss Diana money that she hopes to recover by the sale of his book.
(b) Miss Diana works at the police station and remembers him from before his reformation.
(c) They were former lovers.
(d) Miss Diana is his cousin who has always helped him through hard times.
3. What does Lovborg tell Mrs. Elvsted happened to the manuscript?
(a) That it is missing but the police are looking for it.
(b) That he sold it to pay his debts.
(c) That Miss Diana has taken it and he can't get it back.
(d) That he tore it into bits and scattered it in the fjord.
4. What are Mrs. Elvsted's plans when she leaves the Tesman household in Act 3 of HEDDA GABLER?
(a) She is going to attempt to purchase the manuscript back from Miss Diana.
(b) She has no plans and nowhere to go.
(c) She is going to return to her husband.
(d) She is going to look for the missing manuscript.
5. What was the basis of the close friendship shared by Lovborg and Mrs Elvsted?
(a) Hard times that brought them together.
(b) Similar personalities.
(c) Working together on Lovborg's book.
(d) Long walks in the country.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following set of people truly acts in the others best interest to the best of their ability in the play HEDDA GABLER?
2. Does Berte leave her belongings lying around?
3. What is Brack's reaction when he realizes that Tesman is not at home and that he is alone with Hedda?
4. What attribute does he give Mrs Elvsted that he knows Hedda lacks?
5. What does Mrs. Elvsted liken Lovborg's manuscript to?
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