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The opening scene is set in
On what subject does Julia ask Lucetta to advise her?
Why does Valentine leave Verona?
Which of the following is true of Proteus?
What do Julia and Proteus exchange before Proteus' departure?
When in disguise, what is Julia's name?
How does Valentine plan to elope with Silvia?
Which of the following is NOT proof of this play's early composition and hence immature form?
What options do the bandits give Valentine?
Who does Silvia ask to accompany her on her visit to Valentine?
What is Launce's dog's name?
Why does Silvia's father want her to marry Thurio?
What does Proteus claim to value more than anything else?
In the play's finale, what does Valentine do to show Proteus that he is forgiven?
What happens, as a result, to Sebastian?
What happens next to Sebastian?
What is a foil?
Who is Proteus' servant?
What is the significance of the forest?
How exactly does the Duke "find" out about Valentine's plans to elope with Silvia?
Which character is most dedicated to his beloved?
What does Thurio do when bandits attack him and Silvia?
Which of the following does NOT describe Launce's beloved:
Which of the following does NOT describe Crab:
What wish does Valentine ask his future father-in-law to bestow for him?
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