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1 In A Midsummer Night’s Dream the play within the play is called Pyramus and….? Thisbe, Puck, Oberon, Thistle
2 Pyramus and Thisbe is the play in A Midsummer Night’s Dream due to be performed at the wedding of the Duke of…..? Athens, Verona, Venice, Milan
3 Oberon plays a magic potion on Titania in A Midsummer Night’s dream that makes her fall in love with who? Puck, Cesario, Bottom, Oberon
4 Antonio borrows money from Shylock in the Merchant of Venice to aid whom? Portia, Bassanio, Valentino, Jessica
5 “God for Harry, England and Saint George” is a famous quote from which historical play? Henry IV, Richard III, Richard II, Henry V
6 In Henry V, the king finally marries the daughter of with other national king? France, Spain, Italy, Scotland
7 The Battle of Agincourt is the central part of which play? Henry V, Henry IV, Richard III, King John
8 Which Battle is the centrepiece of the play Henry V? Agincourt, Crechy, Hastings, Waterloo
9 In Macbeth the 3 witches promise Macbeth that he will become the Thane of where? Cawdor, Cawdon, Morder, Morden
10 Which character is promised that he will become the Thane of Cawdor? Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Hamlet, Othello
11 The ghost of whom terrifies Macbeth at a banquet? Witches, Malcolm, Banquo, Duncan
12 Banquo is a former friend and then ghostly haunter of whom? Othello, Richard III, Macbeth, Hamlet
13 What relation is Malcolm to Duncan in Macbeth? Cousin, Son, Father, Brother
14 Complete the full title of the Shakespeare play “Hamlet, …_ of Denmark”? Prince, Ruler, Duke, King
15 What is the name of Hamlet’s father? Hammnet, Him, Himlet, Hamlet
16 What relation are Hamlet and Claudius? No relation, Cousins, Father/Son, Brothers
17 Who is the father of Ophelia in Hamlet? Claudius, Laertes, Prospero, Polonius
18 The promotion of which character in Othello causes Iago to resent Othello himself? Maschimo, Cesario, Cassio, Maccio
19 Whom does Iago convince Othello that his wife is having an affair with? Laertes, Prospero, Cassio, Claudius
20 Who was the man who “loved wisely but not too well”? Othello, Hamlet, King Lear, Romeo