Final Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are Tartars?
2. What does the Doctor notice about Sigismund's hand?
3. What does Olivier call Julian?
4. Why does Olivier demand that Sigismund accuse Julian?
5. How do the peasants feel about Sigismund?
The dramatic and thematic point of Act 2, Scene 1 is to highlight the difference between earthly influence and spiritual power.
Part 1) Who in this play represents earthly influence? Who represents spiritual power? How is the difference between these highlighted?
Part 2) How is this the theme? What has led up to this theme?
Part 3) How does this theme reinforce the thematic point regarding the value of the spirit, as well as the author's view of earthly influence versus spiritual power?
The confrontation between Sigismund and the King in the second part of the third act is the play's first climax.
Part 1) Describe the confrontation. Why does the confrontation take place? How is this confrontation foreshadowed?
Part 2) What does this confrontation symbolize? How do you know this?
Part 3) What can a reader or audience member learn from this confrontation? What is the purpose of this confrontation?
Act 3, Part 1 serves mostly to build suspense about what will happen when the King and Sigismund finally confront each other.
Part 1) How does this scene build suspense? What is the purpose of this?
Part 2) What role does the Confessor play in this scene? How does the King respond to the Confessor's advice? Why does he respond this way?
Part 3) What other Christ references are made in this chapter? What do they foreshadow? Why does the author use these as foreshadowing devices?
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