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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. What is Strindberg's aim in disclosing so much in the preface?
(a) To stress its importance.
(b) To stress its uselessness.
(c) Give audience something to ponder.
(d) To pass the time.
2. What does Miss Julie say she would like to do with Jean in the future?
(a) Have a baby.
(b) Make a suicide pact.
(c) Buy a cottage.
(d) Live withher father.
3. People in Strindberg's time are unable to accept ______ as a part of life.
4. How does Jean think he and Miss Julie should kill themselves?
(a) Shoot themselves.
(b) Jump out of the window.
(c) Take a mesalliance.
(d) Cut their arteries.
5. Where do Jean and Miss Julie hide from the peasants?
(a) Jean's room.
(b) On the balcony.
(c) Christine's room.
(d) Miss Julie's room.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Strindberg, what cause is NOT attributable to Julie's suicide?
2. What does Jean want from Miss Julie?
3. What is Strindberg's opinion of the theater?
4. Miss Julie's relationship with class, although indecisive, displays _______.
5. During the pantomime, the audience can infer that Christine is evaluating Jean's loyalty to whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Christine not think Julie is to blame for staying out all night with Jean?
2. Why does Jean now want to get rid of Julie?
3. What is the symbolism of Miss Julie's mothers' dirty sleeves and clean buttons?
4. What does Jean tell Christine he witnessed Julie and her fiancé doing in the stableyard and how is it significant?
5. What is the audience's responsibility in Scene 3?
6. Why does Jean think the servants do not love Julie?
7. What kind of music is playing during the pantomime? How does it situate the play historically?
8. Why does Jean proclaim that wedding Julie would be a misalliance?
9. How does Jean react when Julie asks him to kiss him?
10. Why is Julie upset with Jean in the fourth scene?
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