1. Who is the father of Tantulus?
2. Who did Tantalus serve as a meal to the gods?
3. In what state is Tantalus in the first act of "Thyestes"?
(a) Buried alive.
(b) Near death.
(c) A ghost.
4. Over what is Tantalus anguishing in the beginning of "Thyestes"?
(a) The death of his wife.
(b) His suicide.
(c) The Greek's plot against his sons.
(d) The sins of his sons.
5. Upon whom must Tantalus loose the Fury?
(a) The House of Aeneas.
(b) The House of Menelaus.
(c) The House of Pelops.
(d) The House of Priam.
6. What fate awaits the children of Thyestes?
(a) They will be exiled.
(b) They will be buried alive.
(c) Their bodies will be boiled to pieces.
(d) Their bodies will be fed to wild animals.
7. In the first act of "Thyestes," what do the Fury claim to have planned for the wrongdoers?
(a) A war.
(b) Torment from the animals.
(c) A quick death.
(d) A strange meal.
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