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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. Finish the sentence: "Yes, I may think so, but my broken heart foresees you, too, suffering from Love's ____."
2. Who says, "You've sure got humane sentiments down pat"?
3. Who says, "Your injustice to me has a mortal sting!"?
4. Whom does Cleante say wants to marry Mariane during his conversation with Orgon near the end of Act 1?
5. Who describes Tartuffe as "a base usurper with a power tyrannic"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Orgon claim he has given Dorine "too much" of during their argument in Act 2?
2. Who does Madame Pernelle slap in Act 1?
3. What does Orgon say his money could help Tartuffe accomplish during his conversation with Dorine in Act 2?
4. Who says, ""I think, perchance, you've lost your mind through extravagance" in Act 2?
5. Which of the following people does Dorine NOT tell Mariane and Valere to speak with regarding their plans of stopping Mariane and Tartuffe's marriage?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Orgon ask Dorine about when he first enters the scene in Act 1?
2. What solution does Elmire suggest to Orgon to prove Tartuffe is disloyal in Act 4?
3. How does Dorine describe Tartuffe to Orgon in Act 1?
4. How does Orgon react toward Dorine's negative descriptions of Tartuffe in Act 2?
5. Describe Dorine and Cleante's pleas to Orgon regarding Mariane's marriage in Act 4.
6. What does Cleante scold Orgon about at the beginning of Act 5?
7. What reasons does Madame Pernelle give Elmire for leaving the house at the beginning of Act 1?
8. What reason does Orgon give to Elmire excusing why he refuses to believe Damis over Tartuffe?
9. What is Valere's reaction just after learning of Orgon's plans for Mariane to marry Tartuffe?
10. Describe the interaction between Mariane and Valere after Dorine brings them back into the room at the end of Act 2.
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