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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. Who provides the rules for Right and Wrong's argument?
(c) The Chorus Leader.
2. What does The Chorus of The Clouds predict about Strepsiades after this encounter with the Second Creditor?
(a) Strepsiades will get out of all of his debt.
(b) Strepsiades will come into some money.
(c) Strepsiades will be broken-hearted.
(d) Strepsiades will be very proud of his son.
3. In Lysistrata, after the women swear the oath and go to the Acropolis, who enters the stage?
(c) The Chorus of Old Men.
(d) The Chorus of Women.
4. As they fighting goes on between the Choruses, who "accepts defeat for the time being"?
(a) The Chorus of Old Men.
(b) The Chorus of Old Women.
5. What is the first question Lysistrata poses the assembled women?
(a) Do you like to wear sheer robes?
(b) Do you like to care of the home by yourself?
(c) Are you tired of war?
(d) Do you miss your husband?
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Right dressed in Part 3 of The Clouds?
2. In the debate, Right advocates what activity over chattering at the market?
3. In Lysistrata, a sure sign of courage is, according to the Men, what?
4. In Part 3 of Lysistrata, which woman is the first to exit the temple and face the Magistrate?
5. Why is Myrrhine late for Lysistrata's meeting?
Short Essay Questions
1. Outline Wrong's argument in the formal debate.
2. Describe the Magistrate in Part 3 of Lysistrata.
3. Describe Cinesias.
4. Describe the second meeting of the Choruses in Lysistrata.
5. After his education, what does Pheidippides consider acceptable in regard to his relationships with his parents?
6. Compare and contrast Calonice and Myrrhine.
7. What do The Chorus of Old Men's pots symbolize?
8. How are the women reacting to the sex strike? What does this say about the women?
9. What does dressing the Magistrate as a woman symbolize?
10. Before they begin the formal debate, what are some of the things Right and Wrong bicker about?
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