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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who did not receive Amalia and Dina when they paid a visit?
2. What does Signora Sirelli refer to Amalia as in Act 1, Scene 2?
3. Who says, "Or do you think the old lady should have asked your permission? Just because your father is above her son-in-law?"
4. Who says that she's herself and that's that?
5. What does Laudisi ask Sirelli to do once he's come to the center of the room to him in Act 1, Scene 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Laudisi say must be justified in the complaint the women have in Act 1, Scene 1? What is their response?
2. What does Dina tell the women in Act 2, Scene 4 regarding Signora Frola? What have they seen?
3. What does Sirelli tell his wife about Amalia in Act 1, Scene 2? How does he feel about the gossip?
4. What does Laudisi say the townspeople are presented with in Act 2, Scene 1? How does Agazzi respond?
5. How does Signora Frola respond to Sirelli's comment that it is Ponza who bars her from seeing her daughter in Act 1, Scene 4?
6. What did Agazzi tell the Prefect in Act 1, Scene 2? What was the Prefect's response?
7. What does Laudisi remark about Signora Frola's visit in Act 1, Scene 4? How do the others feel?
8. What exposition is provided by the gossip in Act 1, Scene 2 regarding the Ponzis' past?
9. What do the Sirellis argue about in Act 1, Scene 2?
10. What does Laudisi tell the Sirellis regarding their argument with one another?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the elements of both Tragedy and Comedy within Right You Are, If You Think You Are. Which elements of the play are Tragic? Which are Comic?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss Symbolism and Motif in Right You Are, If You Think You Are. What is the ultimate symbol of the play? What does that symbol represent? What motifs can be cited as examples? Define the terms in your answer.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the moral of Right You Are, If You Think You Are as a parable. What are the elements of parable? How are the characters and realism portrayed in this genre?
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