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To quiz, or not to quiz? To quiz, of course! Test your knowledge of Shakespeare's famous play with eNotes' Hamlet Overview Quiz, covering major and minor plot points, characters, and other details from the work.
“The key to good eavesdropping is not getting caught," Lemony Snicket warned in "The Blank Book." This is good advice for anyone and it is especially true for Jem, Scout, and Dill as the mischievous trio skulk around Maycomb, looking for ways to keep themselves entertained. Their fun, however, becomes more than a little frightening one summer day. Find out what the children discover by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz on Chapter 6 of To Kill a Mockingbird. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
Ralph has commanded that a fire be built. What is his purpose and what results from the action? Be sure you recall these details and more by taking the quiz over Chapter 2 of Lord of the Flies from eNotes.
"If you do not expect the unexpected you will not find it, for it is not to be reached by search or trail," Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher, observed. Many unexpected events occur in this chapter, from one extreme to the other: a rare spectacle comes to Maycomb and a stunning loss occurs, too. Older folks have learned to "expect the unexpected" and are less shocked than the children, who have a harder time making sense of their world. Be sure you are following what is happening in Chapter 8 of To Kill a Mockingbird by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz below. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
"All that glisters is not gold," the Prince of Morocco warns in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. These wise words should be applied to any situation or person who seems too good to be true. It certainly is the case here with Gatsby and his lavish parties. No one here is completely as they seem, no one is as merry or as care-free as they might want others to think. Be sure you understand each character's motivations as they interact with one another in Chapter 3 by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz below. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
Atticus has raised the children with his values, but that's not good enough for the meddlesome Aunt Alexandra. Be sure you understand where the conflicts arise in the Finch family and why by taking the quiz over Chapter 13 of To Kill a Mockingbird from eNotes! Five questions let you know in a flash if you have a good grasp of the major points of this chapter.
"The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse, " warned Irish philosopher Edmund Burke. He was right. Power is like a drug: the more you have, the more you want. Such is the case with Macbeth. He has proven himself to be a formidable force and has been rewarded for his efforts... but he wants more. Be sure you understand the players and their positions as they strive to achieve and maintain power by taking eNotes' exclusive, interactive quiz on Macbeth Act 1, Scene 2. Each of our questions is ranked by level of difficulty. Did you score a six or higher? You rock. Go ahead. See how you do!
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