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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. Feste tells Malvolio in Act IV Scene II, “thou art more puzzled than the Egyptians in their” what?
2. Which of the five rivers of Hades is cited from Greek mythology in Act IV Scene I?
3. Of whom does Olivia speak when she says in Act III Scene IV, “he is sad and civil, and suits well for a servant with my fortunes”?
4. The jester claims in Act IV Scene I that he would not “be in some of your coats” for how much money?
(a) 5 pence
(b) 1 pence
(c) 8 pence
(d) 2 pence
5. Feste claims he is not tall enough to do what in Act IV Scene II?
(a) Be a gentle knave
(b) Endure mockery
(c) Enact the romance needed
(d) Become the function well
Short Answer Questions
1. Malvolio begs Feste to help him to find what in Act IV Scene II?
2. What word used in Act IV Scene II means to give a false or misleading appearance to?
3. What is the setting of Act III Scene IV?
4. Sebastian claims he could not find Antonio where in Act IV Scene III?
5. What is the meaning of the word “requite” used in Act IV Scene II?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Viola/Cesario saved from the duel in Act III Scene IV?
2. Describe the character of Sir Andrew Aguecheek. How does Sir Toby Belch describe his friend?
3. Describe the character of Feste in the play. What is Feste’s role in Olivia’s household?
4. How does the character of Feste differ from all of the other main characters in the play? Who is offended by Feste’s observations?
5. How does Feste illustrate the theme of disguise in Act IV Scene II?
6. What conclusion does Antonio reach regarding his dear friend in Act III Scene IV?
7. How does Antonio help Sebastian in Act III Scene III?
8. What leads to Viola’s discovery that her brother is alive in Act III Scene IV?
9. What do Sir Toby Belch and Fabian convince Sir Andrew Aguecheek to do in Act III Scene II? Who interrupts them?
10. What is Olivia’s reaction upon seeing Malvolio in his bizarre garb in Act III Scene IV?
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