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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 is Aase's home taken away from her?
(a) As payment for Peer's misconduct at the wedding.
(b) She burned down her neighbor's house.
(c) She was behind in her payments.
(d) She was accused of harboring criminals.
2. What is Aase's friend helping her do when she first appears in Act 2?
(a) Planting a garden.
(b) Building a barn.
(c) Packing her house.
(d) Selling her belongings.
3. What does Peer's mother think of her son's hunting story?
(a) It is very exciting.
(b) It is a lie.
(c) It is a tale of true bravery.
(d) It is an exaggeration of the truth.
4. Who joins Peer in his life in the forest?
5. What does Peer do when he realizes Aase is gone?
(b) Kisses her.
(c) Walks away.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the first girl to dance with Peer at the wedding?
2. What message does Peer send to Solveig with his gift?
3. What is the name of Aase's best friend?
4. What are the farm girls trying to attract when Peer meets them?
5. How long does Peer stay with Ingrid after kidnapping her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Peer ask permission to do to repent of his sins, and how does the button moulder respond?
2. What does Peer say before and after he finds the robes?
3. What does Solveig do when she hears Peer bragging after he wakes up from his attack?
4. What does Peer decide to do after the funeral?
5. What is the middle aged woman doing at the end of Act 4?
6. Who does Peer meet after his vision, and what does she convince him to do?
7. Where is Peer, and who is he with at the beginning of Act 3?
8. What do Peer's guests do after hearing about his plans to join the war between the Greeks and the Turks?
9. What is the hunting story that Peer tells his mother at the beginning of the play?
10. What does Peer do when the cook starts to let go of the raft?
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