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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 is the name of the tapestry that remains illuminated after the lights are put out at the end of Act 1?
(a) The Triumph of Love.
(c) The Garden of Eden.
(d) Cupid's Arrow.
2. How much does Sir Robert reveal he received from Baron Arnheim?
(a) A good job.
(b) 15,000 pounds.
(c) 110,000 pounds.
3. In Act 1, Part 1, why does Lord Caversham call Goring a good-for-nothing?
(a) Caversham hates Goring.
(b) Goring has a dull job.
(c) Goring leads an idle life.
(d) Goring is a thief.
4. During the Chiltern's dinner party, where does Mrs. Cheveley say she will be the next night at half past eleven?
(a) At Sir Robert's door.
(b) At Baron Arnheim's house.
(c) In the Ladies Gallery.
(d) At Gorings.
5. What does Mrs. Cheveley want Sir Robert to say about the Argentine Canal project?
(a) It would be a great international value.
(b) It is unsafe.
(c) It would improve international relations.
(d) It would be a waste of money.
Short Answer Questions
1. If Sir Robert meets Mrs. Cheveley's demands, what will she give him with the prettiest thanks?
2. What reason does Sir Robert give Goring for being unable to tell his wife about being blackmailed?
3. According to Lady Chiltern in Act 1, Part 3, what is Sir Robert not a man to do?
4. For what reason does Mrs. Cheveley say she returned to London in Act 1, Part 1?
5. When does Act 2 take place?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Lady Chiltern taken aback by what Mrs. Cheveley says to her as she leaves the party at the Chiltern home?
2. Why does Caversham say that bachelors are no longer in fashion?
3. What strange request does Goring make of Mabel regarding the brooch Mabel finds?
4. How does Goring feel about Sir Robert's selling the cabinet secret to gain his success?
5. What does Mrs. Cheveley tell Sir Robert is the difference between scandals in the old days and scandals in the present?
6. What about Sir Robert does Lady Chiltern say makes him different from other men?
7. Why is Mrs. Marchmont pleased when Goring tells her she is morbid?
8. Why does Goring tell Lady Chiltern that no one is incapable of foolish actions in Act 2, Part 2?
9. What about Lady Chiltern's letter catches Mrs. Cheveley's eye when she is in Goring's drawing room?
10. Why does Sir Robert say he is skeptical of the Argentine Canal scheme?
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