|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As the Woman rolls out the sleeping mat, what does she ask the Man?
(a) What his name is.
(b) If he is married.
(c) What his purpose here is.
(d) How old he is.
2. In Scene 1, the Woman reveals that she does not have many what?
3. What does the Woman bring the Man in Scene 2?
(b) A new sword.
(d) New clothes.
4. How is the Man dressed in Scene 3?
(a) He is shirtless.
(b) He is wearing armor.
(c) He is wearing his sleeping clothes.
(d) He is dressed in rags.
5. What is the Man doing in the beginning of the second scene?
(b) Eating breakfast.
(c) Preparing to leave.
(d) Sharpening his sword.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Man do when he hears the noise that disturbs him?
2. The Man says he is accustomed to what?
3. How does Scene 1 conclude?
4. What reason does the Woman give the Man to stop his chore in Scene 3?
5. What does the Man hear in Scene 4 that wakes him up?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Woman's description of how she takes care of her flowers imply about her knowledge of the Man's theft?
2. What is the final image of the Woman in the play, and how does this visually illustrate her name?
3. What does the Man look at at night in the fourth scene, and what does this imply about his feelings?
4. What does the Woman accuse the Man of believing, and what does she tell the Man to do?
5. What is the main theme in Scene 1?
6. What disturbs the Man as he is getting ready to go to sleep in the first scene, and how does he react?
7. What does the Woman tell the Man she creates?
8. What chore does the Man help the Woman with that he becomes excited about, and how does he react when he completes his task?
9. Why is the Woman afraid that the Man does not like her anymore in the seventh scene?
10. Why does the Man ask the Woman how she can sleep at night, and what is her response?
This section contains 692 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)