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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. What is the first set of?
2. What is the reward offered for whomever does away with Kostilyoff?
3. What does Anna do with the food that is offered to her?
4. Who climbs on top of the stove?
5. What is another thing that divides this set into rooms?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Natasha's response to Pepel and what does Luka say about it?
2. What is Kleshtch working on in the fourth act?
3. Who likes to tease Nastya and what does he tease her about?
4. What is Anna's health issue?
5. What is Luka's second story about?
6. Who is caught cheating at the card game?
7. What does Luka say when Pepel asks him if there is a God?
8. Bubnoff makes an analogy about Satine's story. What is the analogy?
9. What life changing event does Luka suggest to Pepel?
10. What is the mood that is created by the first set?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Pepel make it known that he appears to not believe that Luka tells the truth? Give specific examples. Why, then, do you think Pepel starts asking Luka about God?
Essay Topic 2
There is a conversation about class distinctions in the first act. Compare and contrast what each of the characters' stances on these two points are.
Essay Topic 3
Kvashnya says, "That not for a hundred baked lobsters would she marry again" in the first act. She then is married by the fourth act. Why do you think that is? What are the contributing factors to her changing her mind? How do you think Kleshtch was able to foreshadow her marriage to Miedviedieff?
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