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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 happens to the bodies of the duelists when the parents go?
(a) They are left behind.
(b) They are carried away.
(c) They are buried.
(d) They are thrown in the sea.
2. What kind of person is amoral?
(a) One who tells everyone else what to do.
(b) One who acts without regard to moral precepts and rules.
(c) One who asks advice for important decisions.
(d) One who lives according to his own rules.
3. How old is Barabas's daughter?
4. Where does Abigail appear to Barabas at the nunnery?
(a) On the street.
(b) In the back yard.
(c) At an upper window.
(d) At the back door.
5. What does Barabas say as he is ruining what Ithamore brings out?
(a) He prays those who get it will become ill.
(b) He invokes curses on those who'll be getting it.
(c) He promises Ithamore a reward for delivering it.
(d) He remarks that revenge will be sweet.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Ithamore returns home in Act 3, Scene 3, what does he tell Abigail he's been doing?
2. How does Barabas's accomplice gain access to where the money is hidden?
3. What does Barabas tell his slave about himself?
4. What does Barabas ask for in prayer when he goes to retrieve his hidden gold?
5. Where is Barabas's gold hidden?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Bellamira broke?
2. How does Barabas escape prison?
3. Why does Ferneze tell Calymath of Barabas's plan to kill Calymath?
4. What do Pilia-Borza and Bellamira decide after Ithamore tells them about Barabas's murders?
5. How does Barabas get the money hidden in the nunnery?
6. Why does Abigail decide to convert of Catholicism?
7. How does Barabas get rid of Mathias and Lodowick?
8. Why are Ferneze, some knights, and Del Bosco all meeting together as a united front?
9. Why do you think Del Bosca suggest writing to his king, considering how long it would take for a reply?
10. What does Ferneze tell the bashaw when he comes to collect the tribute?
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