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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. During the pantomime, what does the audience have to interpret?
(a) What Christine is thinking.
(b) What Jean is thinking.
(c) What the Count is thinking.
(d) What Julie is thinking.
2. What does Christine want Jean to drink with his food?
(a) Red wine.
(c) White wine.
3. Which of the following does Christine serve to Jean?
4. What is Strindberg's aim in disclosing so much in the preface?
(a) To stress its uselessness.
(b) To pass the time.
(c) To stress its importance.
(d) Give audience something to ponder.
5. What is Jean convinced of in terms of his class position?
(a) That he was born in the wrong class.
(b) That he was born in the right class.
(c) That his class position matters.
(d) That his class position gives him certain rights.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miss Julie say will happen after she has been with Jean for two years?
2. What language do Jean and Miss Julie speak together?
3. What was a reflection of society at the time, according to Strindberg?
4. What is Christine doing when Jean reenters the kitchen?
5. In which of the following periods does Strindberg set the play?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does silence say in Pantomime?
2. What does Julie think the servants think about her?
3. Describe the final scene.
4. What does Jean ask Julie to do at the beginning of the fourth scene?
5. What does Jean tell Julie about his recurring dream, and why is it significant?
6. Why did Miss Julie's fiancé leave her?
7. What does Julie request of Jean when she enters the kitchen, and why is this significant?
8. What is the effect of the dance in Ballet?
9. What is the audience's responsibility in the Ballet?
10. Why did Strindberg decide to divide the play with the use of monologues and dances?
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