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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. What does the king do for Pa?
(a) Makes him a duke.
(b) Makes him an offer of more land.
(c) Makes him a count.
(d) Makes him a member of the court.
2. What does Pa joke about before he starts eating?
(a) How ugly Ma is.
(b) How Ma can do nothing right.
(c) How worthless Ma is.
(d) How disgusting the food looks like.
3. What do soliloquys offer to the audience?
(a) The character's inner thoughts.
(b) The unique relationship between characters.
(c) Insight into motives of characters not introduced.
(d) Actions which can not be portrayed on a stage.
4. What does Ma think will happen to her?
(a) She will have money.
(b) She will be queen.
(c) She will be able to kill him.
(d) She will have to take charge of the situation.
5. In what way is Pa violent?
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of play is this?
2. What reason does the person give for wanting the king to change his mind?
3. What news does the messenger bring to Ma and Pa?
4. What do Ma and Manure want Pa to do with the money?
5. Which of the following is an accurate description of the character Pa?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where do Rosamund and Buggerless watch the parade and what does Buggerless see?
2. What happens when the storm comes up?
3. What does Pa do to get everyone to leave and how do they respond?
4. How do Ma and Pa react to the information in the letter?
5. Who are working together to plan the assassination of the king?
6. What reason does the queen give for asking the king to reconsider Buggerless' punishment?
7. What is Pa doing as Ma comes into the cave and what is he saying?
8. What does Pa have to say about Manure and how does Ma respond?
9. Who are the two main characters and what are they discussing as the play opens?
10. What happens when Pa tries to ride the horse and how do Ma and Pa react?
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