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English midterm characters-answers

English midterm characters-answers - English 2148 Midterm...

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English 2148 Midterm Exam . *Section ONE: Below are 20 Multiple Choice Questions. Circle the best answer for each question. (2 Points Each) 1. In which of the following years was Shakespeare born? a. 1400 b. 1564 c. 1588 d. 1616 2. Tranio spends much of the play disguised as which character? 3. Bianca is forbidden by her father to get married until what happens to her sister Kate? 4. Who says, “The more my wrong, the more his spite appears./What, did he marry me to famish me?” 5. In what city does A Midsummer Night’s Dream open? a. Venice b. London c. Athens d. Illyria 6. Hippolyta is Queen of the: 7. Who says, “Methought I was enamored of an ass”? 8. Who says, “If we shadows have offended,/ Think but this and all is mended”? 9. What does Oberon want from Titania? a. a black pearl b. sex c. an Indian boy d. the ruby amulet 10. Who would most likely say “With duty and desire we follow you”? 11. Who says, “I am your spaniel; The more you beat me, I will fawn on you”? 12. Who says, “the world must be peopled”? 13. Who says, “in the congregation where I should wed, there will I shame her”? a. Benedick b. Claudio c. Feste d. Lucentio 14. Who is a follower of Don John? 15. In what country is Much Ado About Nothing set? 16. Who does Borachio have a affair with? 17. Who says, “If music be the food of love, play on”? a. Petruchio b. Benedick c. Orsinio d. Bottom 18. Who cross-garters himself? 19. Who dresses up as Sir Topas? 20. Who writes the letter that leads Malvolio to think Olivia loves him? *Section TWO: Below are three Quotations. Choose TWO (2) and on separate notebook paper answer the following (in clear paragraph form) in regard to each. Who speaks the words; what play; how does it fit into the play’s plot; what idea or theme is generated by the quote? (10 Points Each)
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1. They say the lady is fair; ‘tis a truth, I can bear them witness; and virtuous; ‘tis so, I cannot reprove it; and wise but for loving me; by my troth, it is no addition to her wit nor no great argument of her folly, for I will be horribly in love with her. Benedick says this in Much Ado About Nothing. This fits perfectly in the play’s plot because it is right after he hears Claudio, Leonato, and Don Pedro talk about how much Beatrice loves him. They aren’t supposed to know that he is there, but they do and they speak loudly so he can hear them. The idea generated from the quote is the fact that before
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