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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 is the name of Ekdal's son's wife?
2. What does Relling call Old Ekdal?
(a) The Elder.
(b) The Survivor.
(c) The Prodigal.
(d) The Hunter.
3. Where does Ekdal tell Hjalmar to go to work?
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The attic.
(c) The bedroom.
(d) His back room.
4. What does Hjalmar say he has a sacred duty to do?
(a) Take his family to church.
(b) Help his daughter.
(c) Take care of his father.
(d) Make his wife's life easier.
5. What is to be celebrated the day after the lunch with the tenants?
(c) Hedwig's birthday.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Hjalmar place a gun after returning from the attic?
2. How long have Gina and Hjalmar been married when the book begins?
3. For what is Gina's daughter excited when her father gets home?
4. What is one of Old Ekdal's favorite hobbies when he is younger?
5. About what does Hjalmar caution Hedwig regarging the gun when he returns from the attic?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Gregers say he knows about his father's affair while his mother was still alive?
2. Why is Hedwig disappointed when Hjalmar comes back from the party, and how does Hjalmar respond to this?
3. What strange noise is heard from the back room while Gregers is there, and what causes it?
4. What does Old Ekdal ask Hjalmar to do with him, and how does Hjalmar respond?
5. What does Hjalmar ask Hedwig to do when she comes on stage for the first time in Act 3?
6. What news does Hjalmar give Gina when she returns from shopping, and how does she react to this?
7. What history is shared by the servants about Old Ekdal?
8. What does Hjalmar say about the animals in the back room at the beginning of Act 4?
9. Hedwig worries about what when her father goes out drinking, and how does Gregers respond?
10. The servants gossip about what while toasts are being made in the dining room?
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