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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. Why is Helena unable to continue running when she enters Act 2, Scene 2 after Puck exits?
(a) She is heart broken.
(b) She hurt her foot.
(c) She sees Lysander.
(d) She is too tired.
2. What work of Shakespeare does the mini-play mirror?
(a) As You Like It.
(b) Romeo and Juliet.
3. What does Bottom brag about when he first comes on Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) His ability to memorize long pieces of literature.
(b) His acting abilities.
(c) His popularity among the people.
(d) His wealth.
4. Where do the actors of the mini-play hope to perform?
(a) Theseus's wedding.
(b) At mass.
(c) On the street corner.
(d) At the carnival.
5. What about Lysander causes Puck to mistake his identity?
(a) His position in the forest.
(b) His clothing.
(c) His bearded face.
(d) His closeness to Hermia.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Bottom's first name?
2. Where is the child that Titania has stolen from?
3. Where does A Midsummer Night's Dream begin?
4. Who is Helena in love with?
5. Why does Hermia not want Lysander to lie next to her when they are alone in the woods?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Philostate say about the mini-play when Theseus chooses to see it?
2. Who was married in Act 4, Scene 2?
3. What happens in the mini-play when Pyramus finds Thisbe's cloak with blood on it?
4. How does Puck clear up the confusion among the four lovers of Athens?
5. What does Quince say in the prologue to the mini-play?
6. Where does Lysander decide to live when Hermia is told to make her decision between marrying Demetrius or going to a convent?
7. How did Thisbe's cloak get blood on it in the mini-play?
8. Where do the actors hope to perform their mini-play?
9. Why does Oberon want Puck to wait until Titania wakes up to change Bottom's head?
10. What does Hermia insist of Lysander when they start to fall asleep in the wood?
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