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The sun's heat made the ground a million degrees that day is an example of
a) simile. b) allusion. c) hyperbole. d) metaphor.
The crowd's cheers were like waves crashing on a shore is an example of a(n)
a) metaphor. b) simile. c) onomatopoeia. d) allusion.
Who is the author of A Midsummer Night's Dream?
a) Paul Zindel b) Mark Twain c) William Shakespeare d) Anne Frank
What was the setting of A Midsummer Night's Dream?
a) Paris, France b) Athens, Greece c) Detroit, Michigan d) London, England
What type of play is A Midsummer Night's Dream?
a) comedy b) drama c) tragedy d) history
Which of the following are some of the men that acted in the play-within-a-play?
a) Snout, Flute, Snug b) Hippolyta, Theseus, Egeus c) Titania, Oberon, Puck d) Hermia, Helena, Lysander
Which of the following are members of the group of lovers?
a) Snout, Flute, Snug b) Hermia, Helena, Lysander c) Titania, Oberon, Puck d) Peaseblossom, Mustardseed, Cobweb
Who does most of Oberon's dirty work for him?
a) Theseus b) Snout c) Puck d) Helena
Oberon is jealous of Titania because
a) he wants her servant boy. b) he thinks she's better looking than him. c) she is a better fairy than he is. d) she is smarter than he is.
In the beginning of the story, why does Egeus come to see Theseus?
a) to give him a gift for his wedding b) to tell him his daughter has run away c) to get his approval for a wedding d) to complain about his daughter loving Lysander
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