Restoration & Eighteenth-century Drama

 

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Question 1
In Voltaire's "Socrates, " what does this sentence from one of the judges reveal? A JUDGE: "I don't wish a quarrel with Anitus; he's a man much to be feared. If it were only a question of the gods it would still be overlooked."
A
Anitus, being an important businessman in Athens, is able to purchase justice.
B
Anitus, being a priest, can make life difficult for the judges who feel pressured to side with him.
C
Socrates's crimes are essentially harmless.
D
Law and religion work together to establish and enforce justice.
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Question 2
What is the distinguishing characteristic of political satire?
A
Its object is a real person.
B
It exaggerates aspects of society in order to address its wrongs.
C
Its object is a type of person who needs to change.
D
It attacks human institutions, such as universities, hospitals, and religion.
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Question 3
William Congreve's "The Way of World" opens with a game of cards. How does this game offer an indirect comment on the play?
A
Love is a game of risky bets.
B
Love is a game of chance.
C
Love is a game that requires strategy.
D
Love is a game that requires omniscience.
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Question 4
Hellena, a character in Aphra Behn's "The Rover" leaves the convent, marries the rake Willmore, and inherits 300, 000 crowns. What point is Behn making by creating a character like her?
A
Behn wanted to show that women who leave the protection of the church are not wise enough to choose a proper spouse.
B
Behn wanted to portray a female character in complete control of her life and destiny.
C
Behn wanted to point out that money cannot replace wisdom.
D
Behn wanted to affirm the theatrical convention of allowing the rake to win out.
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Question 5
The primary difference between Pierre de Marivaux and Voltaire is that:
A
Marivaux is a satirist and Voltaire is a comedian.
B
Marivaux is a philosopher and Voltaire is a tragedian.
C
Marivaux is a tragedian and Voltaire is a Shakespearean.
D
Marivaux is a comedian and Voltaire is a satirist.
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