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This question is based on Oliver Goldsmith's she Stoops to Conquer.
The major thematic preoccupation of her play is

  • A. the constraintic on parental obligations
  • B. the problems of class and English mannerisms
  • C. the presentation of a mannerless society
  • D. changing the traditional view about English comedy
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2

This question is based on Oliver Goldsmith's she Stoops to Conquer.
Miss Hardcastle is able to 'conquer' at the end of the play because of her

  • A. indiscretion
  • B. beauty
  • C. wit
  • D. brawn
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3

This question is based on Oliver Goldsmith's she Stoops to Conquer.
One of the enriching features of the play is the

  • A. matchmaking attempts by Mrs. Hardcastle
  • B. manipulation of appearance and reality
  • C. use of rural and urban settings
  • D. lopsided resolution of conflicts
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This question is based on Oliver Goldsmith's she Stoops to Conquer.
The epilogue of the play deals with the impermanence of

  • A. nature
  • B. friendship
  • C. womanhood
  • D. love
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5

This question is based on Oliver Goldsmith's she Stoops to Conquer.
'There be two gentlemen in a post-chaise at the door. They have lost their way upon the forest....
The two gentlemen in the excerpt above are

  • A. Diggory and Saunders
  • B. Marlow and Hastings
  • C. Marlow and Hardcastle
  • D. Diggory and Hastings
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