Marat / Sade Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does Sade characterize his current station in the Revolution?
(a) Collaborator.
(b) Victim.
(c) Leader.
(d) Observor.

2. How many years does the Interruptus cover?
(a) 15.
(b) 25.
(c) 18.
(d) 4.

3. In Scene 27, to whom does Marat accuse the generals of being loyal?
(a) No one.
(b) The deposed prince.
(c) The Prussians.
(d) The emigres.

4. Which of the following is something that Coulmier claims is absent in 1808?
(a) Pestilence.
(b) Starvation.
(c) Violent crimes.
(d) Social inequity.

5. Which of the following groups is not one that Coulmier interrupts the play to defend?
(a) The priests.
(b) The post-Revolutionary politicians.
(c) The high academics.
(d) The soldiers.

6. In Scene 30, of what does Sade say the world consists?
(a) Monetary interests.
(b) Dirt.
(c) Lies.
(d) Bodies.

7. In Scene 25, Which of the following roles is not one that Simone claims petitioners expect Marat to enact?
(a) Doctor.
(b) Father.
(c) Confessor.
(d) Lawyer.

8. Which of the following words is not chanted by the inmates at the end of the play?
(a) Declaration.
(b) Nation.
(c) Copulation.
(d) Napoleon.

9. In Scene 30, how does Corday respond to Duperret's entreaty to leave Paris?
(a) She agrees.
(b) She kicks him.
(c) She kisses him goodbye.
(d) She calls the police to her assistance.

10. In Scene 23, what does Marat warn the rich will do the the poor at a moment's notice?
(a) Have them killed.
(b) Burn down their homes.
(c) Send them to war.
(d) Turn them out on the streets.

11. Why do the people love Marat, according to Sade in the beginning of Scene 20?
(a) He will suffer for them.
(b) He will die for them.
(c) He will speak for them.
(d) He will fight for them.

12. Who do the Singers say speaks for all of France?
(a) No one.
(b) Napoleon.
(c) Sade.
(d) Marat.

13. What is Sade doing in the final moments of the play?
(a) Undressing.
(b) Sleeping.
(c) Laughing.
(d) Dancing.

14. As a judge in Revolutionary tribunals, what does Sade find himself unable to do?
(a) Stay awake.
(b) Show mercy.
(c) Sentence men to death.
(d) Look victims in the eyes.

15. At the end of Scene 28, the Singers complain that Marat's writings have done what to France?
(a) Confused its people.
(b) Weakened it irreparably.
(c) Set it ablaze.
(d) Covered it in blood.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Coulmier invite the audience to do at the beginning of the Epilogue?

2. Who whips Sade in Scene 20?

3. Into what does Roux demand the churches of France be converted?

4. How do the Singers say they will impart the words they cannot speak freely?

5. Where did Corday spend her youth?

(see the answer keys)

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