1. What is a prologue?
(a) A teaser which will make the audience want to stay for the whole performance.
(b) A part which comes before the audience arrives.
(c) A short synopsis of the coming play.
(d) An introduction.
2. The actor who reads the prologue also plays which character?
(b) Sir Rowland.
(c) Sir Wilfull.
3. The prologue begins with a comparison of what?
(a) Fortune and destiny.
(b) Two kinds of fools.
(c) Poets and other artists.
(d) Poets and members of society.
4. Who are the fools spoken of in the prologue?
(a) Critics of the play.
(b) Poets and natural fools.
(c) Husbands, wives and lovers.
(d) Members of society in general.
5. What are the tastes of poets determined by?
(a) How their lives evolve over time.
(c) Religious beliefs.
6. Are the tastes of poets random?
7. What is the second kind of fool blessed by?
(b) How their lives evolve over time.
(d) Religious beliefs.
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