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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Lorenzo order regarding Bel-Imperia?
(a) That she be killed.
(b) That she be married.
(c) That she stay imprisoned.
(d) That she be freed.
2. After dismissing the first two citizens in Act 3, Scene 13, for whom does Hieronimo mistake the third citizen?
3. Hieronimo calls to Pedringano, and Lorenzo follows him and tells Pedringano that Bel-Imperia has been hidden by whom?
(a) The viceroy.
4. What will Isabella become on her imaginary journey?
(c) An angel.
5. Who does Lorenzo think gave Hieronimo the note revealing his and Balthazar's guilt?
6. When Hieronimo is reminded by the citizens of Horatio, he brings out what prop?
(a) The metal cross.
(b) The bloody handkerchief.
(c) The white glove.
(d) The silver sword.
7. Why does Lorenzo plan to kill Serberine?
(a) Because he thinks he wrote a letter revealing his guilt.
(b) Because he is tired of having a servant.
(c) Because he reminds Lorenzo of Bel-Imperia.
(d) Because he is going to take Pedringano as a servant instead.
8. What do Isabella and Horatio do after they invite the third citizen into their home?
(a) Write a letter to the king.
(b) Sing a song of grief for their children.
(c) Feast and celebrate the victory in battle.
(d) Plot revenge against Horatio.
9. What does Hieronimo talk about in his soliloquy in Act 4, Scene 3 that is spurring his revenge of Horatio's death?
(a) Balthazar's marriage.
(b) Isabella's suicide.
(c) Memories of Horatio.
(d) Bel-Imperia's sadness.
10. What is primarily demonstrated by the presence of the third citizen in this scene?
(a) Hieronimo's generosity.
(b) The theme of kindness to strangers.
(c) Friendship between two social classes.
(d) Hieronimo's increasing state of grief and possible insanity.
11. What excuse does Lorenzo give Bel-Imperia for imprisoning her?
(a) He says it was for her own honor.
(b) He says it was to persuade her to love Balthazar.
(c) He says he was deciding whether to kill her.
(d) He says it was to prevent grief.
12. In Act 3, Scene 2, Hieronimo speaks _______ rich with emotional, violent imagery of how miserable he is after the death of Horatio and his plans for revenge.
(a) A conversation.
(b) A soliloquy.
(c) An aside.
(d) A lecture.
13. Which of the following themes characterizes Act 3, Scene 8?
14. Which of the following characters does Hieronimo NOT ask to act in his play?
15. Who comes in, calms Bel-Imperia and leads her out after her soliloquy in act 3, Scene 9?
(a) Horatio's ghost.
(c) A servant.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Lorenzo tell Castile that he has kept Hieronimo from the king?
2. In Act 3, Scene 11, the king comes in with the ambassador, Castile, and Lorenzo, discussing what?
3. How does Pedringano interact with his executioner?
4. Hieronimo, left alone, imagines himself pleading for justice first before the king, and then before who?
5. What has Revenge been doing while Bel-Imperia and Balthazar are planning their wedding and Hieronimo is agreeing to meet Lorenzo?
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