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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Lorenzo plan to kill Serberine?
(a) Because he thinks he wrote a letter revealing his guilt.
(b) Because he reminds Lorenzo of Bel-Imperia.
(c) Because he is going to take Pedringano as a servant instead.
(d) Because he is tired of having a servant.
2. What has Revenge been doing while Bel-Imperia and Balthazar are planning their wedding and Hieronimo is agreeing to meet Lorenzo?
3. What will Isabella become on her imaginary journey?
(a) An angel.
4. What is contained in the box that Lorenzo gives a servant and says must remain closed?
(c) Pedringano's pardon.
5. After Bel-Imperia agrees to support Hieronimo's revenge, but before he can explain his plan, what happens?
(a) He hears a voice in the bushes.
(b) Lorenzo brings in a letter.
(c) Balthazar and Lorenzo enter.
(d) He receives a letter from the king.
6. How does Balthazar respond to Bel-Imperia's rejection?
(a) He is wounded.
(b) He is relieved.
(c) He is excited.
(d) He is calm.
7. Who comes in, calms Bel-Imperia and leads her out after her soliloquy in act 3, Scene 9?
(b) A servant.
(c) Horatio's ghost.
8. Why does Isabella run out as the maid tries to call her at the end of Act 3, Scene 8?
(a) She runs out because she is tired of listening to the maid.
(b) She runs out because she becomes confused about where she is.
(c) She runs out to look for Horatio.
(d) She runs out in a near-insane search for the men who killed her son.
9. What advice is given to Isabella in Act 3, Scene 8?
(a) Take herbal remedies.
(b) Take a walk.
(c) Exact revenge.
(d) Move into the country.
10. How does Horatio interpret the letter Bel-Imperia left him upon finding it?
(a) As a forced letter.
(b) As a misunderstanding.
(c) As a trap.
(d) As truth.
11. Hieronimo, left alone, imagines himself pleading for justice first before the king, and then before who?
(b) His wife, Isabella.
(c) A fiery god of the Underworld.
(d) The character Revenge.
12. Why does Isabella not take the advice in Act 3, Scene 8?
(a) Because she says there's no medicine for her heart.
(b) Because she is allergic to the remedies.
(c) She does take the advice.
(d) Because her husband has advised against it.
13. Why doesn't Hieronimo kill himself?
(a) He thinks killing oneself is a sin.
(b) There would be no one to avenge Horatio's death.
(c) He decides that Lorenzo is not worth his death.
(d) He is too proud to commit suicide.
14. What do Isabella and Horatio do after they invite the third citizen into their home?
(a) Write a letter to the king.
(b) Feast and celebrate the victory in battle.
(c) Plot revenge against Horatio.
(d) Sing a song of grief for their children.
15. After Balthazar and Bel-Imperia banter about who loves whom, Bel-Imperia leaves having __________.
(a) Pesuaded Balthazar that she will kill him.
(b) Convinced Balthazar that she loves him.
(c) Convinced Balthazar that she doesn't love him.
(d) Persuaded Lorenzo that she will exact revenge.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says the way to find Lorenzo is to take the path of a guilty conscience "unto a forest of distrust and fear" and to the "rocky cliffs" of despair and death?
2. What does Hieronimo talk to Balthazar about regarding the play in Act 4, Scene 3?
3. Castile tells Bel-Imperia that her _________ in loving Andrea has been forgiven.
4. What characteristics that Horatio possessed does Hieronimo believe made him a good son?
5. After her imaginary journey, to what do Isabella's thoughts return?
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