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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. Why does Imoinda request that Oroonoko kill her in Act III, Scene II?
(a) She does not want to be with Oroonoko any longer.
(b) She does not want to lie with the governor.
(c) She does not want to be a slave any longer.
(d) She does not want her children born into slavery.

2. Which of the following people do not know of the trick Welldon is playing on the widow?
(a) Lucy.
(b) Jack.
(c) Stanmore.
(d) Blanford.

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

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

5. What does Oroonoko suggest in regards to Hottman at the end of Act III, Scene IV?
(a) Kick him out of the plan.
(b) Stab him.
(c) Ignore him.
(d) Keep an eye on him.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Daniel say Lucy can call him?

2. What does Lucy call Daniel?

3. 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?

4. Which of the following characters does not ask for pardon?

5. What does one slave ask Oroonoko in the beginning of Act III, Scene IV?

Short Essay Questions

1. In Act IV, what is the situation between Welldon, Jack and Mrs. Lackitt?

2. Why does Oroonoko not initially want to join the slave revolt in Act III Scene II?

3. What is Aboan's most convincing argument which finally gets Oroonoko to join his plans of revolt?

4. What nickname does Welldon suggest Mrs.Lackitt call him and how is this ironic?

5. What does Aboan caution Oroonoko in Scene II, Act III and what does he fear has happened to Oroonoko?

6. What are three examples of foreshadowing in Act III?

7. What does Oroonoko understand about the slaves who take the governor's pardon and beg forgiveness in Act IV, Scene II?

8. How does Welldon put off Widow Lackitt from marriage in Act III, Scene III and what is her response?

9. How might Act III be considered the climax of the play?

10. What is the lesson behind the captain's death and did we know it was coming?

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