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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Strindberg's attitude in the preface?
2. Strindberg openly criticized what for its closed mindedness?
3. What does Julie ask Jean about the language he is speaking in Scene 2?
(a) Where he learned to speak it.
(b) How long he has spoken it.
(c) If he can teach her.
(d) If he speaks it to Christine.
4. Julie calls Jean a ______.
(a) Don Juan.
5. According to Jean and Christine, what do all the servants talk about regarding Julie?
(a) Her beauty.
(b) Her talents.
(c) Her promiscuity.
(d) Her wit.
6. How is Julie NOT a typical daughter of a count?
(a) Julie struggles to fit in with every class of society.
(b) Julie lives alone instead of with her family.
(c) Julie rejects her class position altogether.
(d) Julie is educated, which many girls weren't.
7. The pantomime reveals that Christine is ____________.
8. When Julie enters the kitchen in Scene 1, what does she immediately do?
(a) Criticize Christine.
(b) Criticize Jean.
(c) Praise Christine.
(d) Flirt with Jean.
9. In which of the following rooms does most of the action take place?
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The livingroom.
(c) The hall.
(d) The balcony.
10. In Scene 1, what idea does Jean begin to formulate in regards to Christine and Julie?
(a) When he will leave both of them.
(b) Whom he wants to be faithful to.
(c) How he can get what he wants from them.
(d) How he can trust them.
11. What does Jean say Miss Julie can smell?
12. When Christine sits, what does she do?
(b) Curls her hair.
(c) Write a letter.
(d) Makes a phone call.
13. What does Christine hum after Julie and Jean leave?
(a) A new popular song.
(b) A random compilation of notes.
(c) A lullaby.
(d) The dancing music outside.
14. What is Jean's profession?
(a) He is the gardener.
(b) He is Julie's tutor.
(c) He is the cook.
(d) He is the Count's valet.
15. Christine and Jean are _____ when Julie enters the kitchen in Scene 2.
(a) Ignoring each other.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Christine goes to bed in Scene 2, how does Jean prove servitude to Julie?
2. What does Christine do with the item she finds on the table during the pantomime?
3. What flowers does Julie want to go pick?
4. What is Christine's demeanor in Pantomime?
5. What does Strindberg NOT divide the scenes with?
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