Atticus's values are pitched against the prejudices of his hometown in this fast-paced chapter. Be sure you understand how the conflicts are igniting by taking this eNotes quiz on Chapter 9 of To Kill a Mockingbird. Five questions let you know in a flash if you have a good grasp of the major points of this chapter.
Atticus is about to rest his case and the trial of Tom Robinson. Are you sure you understand what both sides have argued? Take the eNotes quiz on Chapter 20 of To Kill a Mockingbird to be sure! Four questions let you know in a flash if you have a good grasp of the major points of this chapter.
Montag has an idea to radically change his life and society itself: he'll sabotage the firemen. Be sure you recall Montag's plan, what happens, and more by taking the quiz on Part Two of Ray Bradbury's classic work about the dangers of censorship, Fahrenheit 451.
Do you know what's in the knothole this time and who is leaving trinkets for the children? Take the eNotes quiz on Chapter 7 of To Kill a Mockingbird to be sure! Five questions let you know in a flash if you have a good grasp of the major points of this chapter.
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.
"All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." What happened to the ideal of absolute equality? Be sure you recall the details about how a revolution turns sour by taking the eNotes quiz for George Orwell's Animal Farm.
The ambitious Julius Caesar has suddenly become the most powerful man in Rome. Not everyone is happy about this, to say the least. Be sure you understand what is going on in this opening scene of the play by taking the quiz over Act 1, Scene 1 of Julius Caesar from eNotes. Five questions let you know in a flash if you have a good grasp of the major points of this scene.
"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!
"Growing up is losing some illusions in order to acquire others,” Virginia Woolf said. Chapter 23 is mostly about Jem, who is becoming a man and having to shed some earlier notions while acquiring some new ones. Scout is doing some growing up as well, as both she and her brother contend with values that conflict with those with which Atticus has raised them. Be sure you understand the evolution of Jem as well as other events by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz over Chapter 23 of To Kill a Mockingbird. Each of our questions is ranked so that you can understand the level of difficulty and see how your score compares with others who have also taken this quiz. Give it a try!