1 of 5
Who served as a mentor to both Sir Robert and Mrs. Cheveley in the past?

2 of 5
What sort of temperament does Sir Robert have throughout the play?

3 of 5
Though naive, which character is presented as being perfectly virtuous?

4 of 5
Who is described throughout the play as being the product of “horrid combinations”?

5 of 5
Lord Goring is described as being the first well-dressed ___ in history.