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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. Who is Angellica's servant?
2. What does Florinda intend to do at the carnival?
(a) Run away.
(b) Dance all night.
(c) Give a note to Captain Belvile.
(d) Kiss her future husband.
3. What does Florinda do to test Belvile's love for her as they are standing around with Frederica and Valeria?
(a) She removes her disguise and offers him a ring as a token of her affection.
(b) She gives him a complicated quiz.
(c) While still in disguise, she offers him a lock of her hair as a token of her affection.
(d) While still in disguise, she offers him a ring as a token of her affection.
4. Many of the characters behave according to what standard?
(a) The king's commands.
(b) The rules of the church.
(c) What they want to believe instead of what is actually in front of them.
(d) The rules of the land.
5. What does Angellica overhear Willmore telling Hellena as she comes onto the scene with her servant?
(a) Willmore professing that he loves only Angellica.
(b) Willmore professing that he loves only Hellena.
(c) Willmore professing that he is not capable of love.
(d) Willmore professing that he loves only Florinda.
Short Answer Questions
1. What little thing do Willmore and Antonio duel over in Act 2?
2. What does Hellena make Willmore promise after she catches him coming out of Angellica's house?
3. As he agrees to the duel, who does Don Antonio believe that the disguised Pedro really is?
4. Why does Florinda run off after being rescued from Willmore?
5. Willmore tells Angellica that he disapproves of what as he banters with her in Act 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Willmore's "mask" extremely precarious in Scenes 3 and 4 of Act 4?
2. What does Pedro demand to know of "Antonio" after he lays his sword at Florinda's feet?
3. How does Florinda walk past Pedro on the street without him recognizing her?
4. How does Belvile try to persuade Antonio to spare him?
5. Why is it significant that The Rover was written by a woman?
6. Why is it important to the plot of The Rover that Florinda, Hellena and Valeria are still wearing their gypsy disguises as they meet Belvile, Wilmore, and Frederic on the street?
7. Why does it seem that sometimes masks and disguises are necessary to the characters?
8. What happens when Blunt shows Belvile the ring his victim offered as proof of her innocence?
9. The Rover is considered to be what type of play?
10. What is Willmore finally showing about himself as he comes upon Florinda by herself in the garden?
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