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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. What day does Strepsiades tell Pheidippides he owes the creditors money?
(a) Old and New Day.
(b) Night and Day Day.
(c) Dark and Light Day.
(d) Past and Present Day.
2. In Lysistrata, a sure sign of courage is, according to the Men, what?
(a) Skills in knot-tying.
(c) A hairy bottom.
(d) A defined forearm.
3. What will The Chorus of Clouds do for the theatre judges for a favorable outcome?
(a) Wine and beer.
(b) Rain and crops.
4. In Part 4 of Lysistrata, all of the women's excuses for wanting to leave the Acropolis are what?
(a) In the best interest of Greece.
(c) Completely valid.
(d) In the best interest of Lysistrata.
5. As The Chorus of Old Men slowly get their fires going, who runs to the scene?
(c) The Chorus of Old Women.
(d) The Chorus of Young Women.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do Stratyllis and the Men's Leader and their followers get ready to fight?
2. In Lysistrata, what are the women going to do with the money in the temple?
3. The Chorus of Old Men primarily praise what, as they struggle to the Acropolis?
4. What does Pheidippdes want to do with his father before Strepsiades brings out the rooster and hen?
5. Strepsiades goes back to The Thinkery to check and see if Pheidippides is ready. Who answers the door?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the pitchers carried by The Chorus of Old Women represent?
2. The Chorus of Old Men also push logs up to the Acropolis. How do they handle the task and what does that symbolize?
3. Outline Right's argument in the formal debate.
4. How does The Clouds end?
5. Before they begin the formal debate, what are some of the things Right and Wrong bicker about?
6. Describe the Magistrate in Part 3 of Lysistrata.
7. How do the Choruses react to the scene between Cinesias and Myrrhine?
8. How are the women reacting to the sex strike? What does this say about the women?
9. Compare and contrast Calonice and Myrrhine.
10. Describe how Strepsiades finally gets Pheidippides to attend The Thinkery.
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