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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who says the phrase "green Sickness" in Act IV, Scene I?
(a) Jack.
(b) Mrs. Lackitt.
(c) Welldon.
(d) Stanmore.

2. In Act III, Scene I, why does Aboan not want to trust Hottman just yet?
(a) Hottman talks too much.
(b) Hottman betrayed them before.
(c) Hottman is a known liar.
(d) Hottman speaks against rebelling.

3. What does Welldon advise Jack against doing in regards to Mrs. Lackitt in Act IV, Scene I?
(a) Telling Stanmore of their plans for Mrs. Lackitt.
(b) Bedding Mrs. Lackitt at night.
(c) Marrying Mrs. Lackitt.
(d) Talking about how he is satisfying Mrs. Lackitt.

4. Who enters near the end of Act III, Scene III?
(a) Jack.
(b) Stanmore.
(c) Daniel.
(d) Lucy.

5. What information does Lucy reveal to Welldon in Act IV, Scene I about her fortune?
(a) That she obtained all of it.
(b) That she has none of it.
(c) That she only has a portion.
(d) That Daniel has half and she has half.

6. After Blanford leaves in Act III, Scene II, what does Aboan caution Oroonoko?
(a) To trust no one but himself.
(b) To trust only Blanford.
(c) To trust everyone.
(d) To trust only Aboan.

7. What does the governor request of Oroonoko in Scene IV, Act II?
(a) To fight him to the death.
(b) To yield Imoinda.
(c) To ask for forgiveness.
(d) To yield his weapons.

8. Why does Blanford bring Aboan to Oroonoko?
(a) To show Oroonoko the way of slavery.
(b) To teach Aboan a lesson.
(c) To gain Oroonoko's trust.
(d) To gain Aboan's trust.

9. Who agrees with Oroonoko about Hottman Act III, Scene IV?
(a) Slave.
(b) Aboan.
(c) Hottman himself.
(d) Blanford.

10. What does the line "...if you had not prevented my cutting his Throat, that Coward there had not discover'd us" refer to in Act IV, Scene II?
(a) Blanford's betrayal.
(b) The governor's betrayal.
(c) Aboan's betrayal.
(d) Hottman's betrayal.

11. Oroonoko says "I must Capitulate?" in Act IV, Scene II. What does "capitulate" mean?
(a) Surrender.
(b) Fight.
(c) Pardon.
(d) Negotiate.

12. Why have Oroonoko and the slaves gathered in Act III, Scene IV?
(a) To have a celebration.
(b) To plan the murder of the governor.
(c) To pledge their loyalty to Oroonoko.
(d) To discuss their plans for freedom.

13. For what purpose has Blanford brought Aboan to Oroonoko?
(a) To be his companion.
(b) To be his servant.
(c) To be his right-hand man.
(d) To be his slave.

14. What does Aboan suggest they do to Hottman in Act III, Scene IV?
(a) Embrace him.
(b) Kill him.
(c) Keep an eye on him.
(d) Ignore him.

15. To whom is the line "You are a Slave your self, and to command, Is now anothers right" being spoken to in Act III, Scene II?
(a) Aboan.
(b) Hottman.
(c) Imoinda.
(d) Oroonoko.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Aboan's idea for gaining freedom from slavery?

2. What does Oroonoko suspect Hottman may do in Act III, Scene IV?

3. Once Oroonoko drops his sword, what happens?

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

5. What is the feeling in Act III, Scene II?

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