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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What word from the narrative refers to the capacity of persons or things to be a compelling force on the behavior or opinions of others?
2. What theme is introduced in Part 2 of the story?
(d) Romantic love.
3. Where in relation to the twin doors does the king sit in the arena?
(a) Across from the doors.
(b) Above the doors.
(c) Behind the doors.
(d) Below the doors.
4. What word from Part 5 of the story refers to a loss of hope?
5. What does the narrator remark regarding the unpredictability of the trials at the arena?
(a) It "gave an apprehension to the audience and a lack of interest."
(b) It "gave the spectators a sense of tension and fear, and always reminded them to stay in line."
(c) It "brought forth tears of excess for the populace."
(d) It "lent an interest to the occasion which it could not otherwise have attained."
Short Answer Questions
1. How would you describe the ending of "The Lady, or the Tiger?"`
2. What is the central conflict in "The Lady, or the Tiger?"
3. How are the king's "subjects refined and cultured," according to the narrator?
4. How does the narrator describe the location of the tiger in the arena?
5. Who leads the criminal to his new home after the ceremony if he is proven innocent in the arena?
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