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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who is now married to Widow Lackitt in Act IV?
(a) Blanford.
(b) Jack.
(c) Welldon.
(d) Stanmore.

2. What does Oroonoko conclude about Hottman in Act III, Scene IV?
(a) He is ready to steal a ship for them.
(b) He is ready to be a second leader in the plan.
(c) He is ready to be the lookout in the plan.
(d) He is not fit to be a part of their plan.

3. What does Lucy tell Welldon that she has heard about the slaves?
(a) That they are having a celebration.
(b) That they are escaping.
(c) That there is a disturbance.
(d) That there is a prince amongst them.

4. What does Welldon request of Stanmore near the end of Act IV, Scene I?
(a) To care for Oroonoko if something happens to him.
(b) To care for Mrs. Lackitt if something happens to him.
(c) To care for Lucy if something happens to him.
(d) To care for his cousin if something happens to him.

5. Why does Widow Lackitt give Welldon a gift?
(a) To remind him to not be negligent of her.
(b) To show off her wealth.
(c) To show she is not negligent of him.
(d) To show she wants to get rid of him.

6. What does Aboan mean by the line: "...I see Love has your Heart, and takes up all your thoughts" in Act III, Scene II?
(a) That Imoinda is not thinking clearly and is blinded by love.
(b) That Oroonoko's not thinking clearly and is blinded by love.
(c) That Imoinda has never thought more clearly because of love.
(d) That Oroonoko has never thought more clearly because of love.

7. What does Oroonoko disagree with in Act III, Scene II?
(a) Escape.
(b) Murder.
(c) Freedom.
(d) Love.

8. How is Welldon rescued from having to sleep with the widow?
(a) Stanmore says the governor is willing to marry her.
(b) Stanmore says the Captain will be over to handle her.
(c) Stanmore says Jack will be over to handle her.
(d) Stanmore says he will take care of her.

9. What does Oroonoko suspect Hottman may do in Act III, Scene IV?
(a) Kill them.
(b) Betray them.
(c) Steal Imoinda.
(d) Support them.

10. Which slave says that he belonged to Oroonoko?
(a) Aboan.
(b) Slave One.
(c) Hottman.
(d) Blanford.

11. To whom is Welldon speaking at the beginning of Act IV?
(a) Lucy.
(b) Jack.
(c) Stanmore.
(d) Widow.

12. When Oroonoko says "This Fellow is not right, I'll try him further," what does he mean in Act III, Scene IV?
(a) He will try to kill Hottman.
(b) He will try to convince the slaves of his plan.
(c) He will try to convince Hottman of his plan.
(d) He will try to convince Aboan of his plan.

13. Once Oroonoko drops his sword, what happens?
(a) Blanford abducts him.
(b) The governor frees him.
(c) The governor and his men seize him.
(d) The govenor kisses Imoinda.

14. What does Lucy call Daniel?
(a) Fool.
(b) Hermaphrodite.
(c) Knave.
(d) Tony.

15. What argument finally convinced Oroonoko to drop his sword at the end of Act IV, Scene II?
(a) That he is a prince.
(b) That he is a father.
(c) That he is a husband.
(d) That he is about to be a father.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Welldon put off Widow Lackitt from marriage yet again in Act III, Scene III?

2. Who appears as the mediator?

3. Who says "...if you had not prevented my cutting his Throat, that Coward there had not discover'd us" in Act IV, Scene II?

4. For what cause does Oroonoko declare he will join Aboan's plans to revolt?

5. What does Widow Lackitt threaten to do to Lucy in Act III, Scene III?

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