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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. In The Clouds, what does the First Creditor look like?
(a) He is very thin.
(b) He is very fat.
(c) He is very pale.
(d) He is very handsome.
2. What do The Chorus of Old Men carry onto the stage in their first appearance in Lysistrata?
(a) Ambrosia, nectar, and apples.
(b) Olive wood logs, torches, and live coals.
(c) Wine, honey, and olives.
(d) Thrushes, axes, and spears.
3. As they fighting goes on between the Choruses, who "accepts defeat for the time being"?
(a) The Chorus of Old Women.
(c) The Chorus of Old Men.
4. According to Calonice's first conversation with Lysistrata, which of the following are not part of what a woman can do?
(a) Wear giant slippers.
(b) Sit at home.
(c) Speak for herself.
(d) Look pretty.
5. What will The Chorus of Clouds do for the theatre judges for a favorable outcome?
(b) Wine and beer.
(c) Rain and crops.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lysistrata suggest the Magistrate and all the men do?
2. As The Chorus of Old Men slowly get their fires going, who runs to the scene?
3. What does Right talk about in his big speech, debating with Wrong?
4. According to Lysistrata, as she speaks to Stratylis, what are the women doing that upsets her so much?
5. Strepsiades goes back to The Thinkery to check and see if Pheidippides is ready. Who answers the door?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does The Clouds end?
2. What does dressing the Magistrate as a woman symbolize?
3. Compare and contrast Calonice and Myrrhine.
4. Describe the Magistrate in Part 3 of Lysistrata.
5. How does Lysistrata rally the women?
6. In the past, how did the women of Lysistrata feel about the political blunders of their husbands? How did they deal with it?
7. Describe the second meeting of the Choruses in Lysistrata.
8. Describe Cinesias.
9. How will The Chorus of The Clouds react if mistreated?
10. Outline Right's argument in the formal debate.
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