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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the Singers' Scene 21 song, what has just been destroyed?
(a) Marat's front door.
(b) The central guillotine scaffold.
(c) Marat's printing press.
(d) Corday's carriage.
2. How many years does the Interruptus cover?
3. Which character does not sing at all during the play?
4. What memorial of Marat does Sade prophesy the people will smash?
(a) His grave.
(b) His home.
(c) His statue.
(d) His urn.
5. Which French Minister does Marat accuse of counterfeiting banknotes?
(a) The Minister of Commerce.
(b) The Minister of Trade.
(c) The Minister of Finance.
(d) The Minister of Labor.
6. How does Sade characterize his current station in the Revolution?
7. What two things does Corday claim Marat wants in Scene 17?
(a) Anonymity and peace.
(b) Law and order.
(c) Wealth and preference.
(d) Anarchy and confusion.
8. Which of the following is something that Coulmier claims is absent in 1808?
(a) Social inequity.
(c) Violent crimes.
9. When Coulmier interrupts Roux in Scene 19, what does he claim everyone in modern-day France is?
(a) A nationalist.
(b) A millionaire.
(c) A revolutionary.
(d) A peacemaker.
10. Who has the final line of the play?
11. According to the Singers at the end of Scene 25, what can Marat not cure?
(a) The cancer on the National Assembly.
(b) A beheaded aristocrat.
(c) All social ills.
(d) His own disease.
12. Who do the Singers say speaks for all of France?
(b) No one.
13. Which of the following inmates is strait-jacketed throughout the entire play?
14. Who is in charge of France at the end of the Interruptus narrative?
(c) Louis XV.
15. In Scene 18, for what group does Marat say the Revolution was fought?
(a) The politicians.
(b) The military.
(d) The poor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who interrupts the song several times during the Epilogue?
2. What does Coulmier invite the audience to do at the beginning of the Epilogue?
3. Where did Corday spend her youth?
4. What is Sade doing in the final moments of the play?
5. What affliction begins to show itself in Sade as he is whipped?
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