5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- "Young prince of Tyre, you have at large received
The danger of the task you undertake"
- "Alas the sea hath cast me on the rocks,
Wash'd me from shore to shore, and left me breath
Nothing to think on but ensuing death."
- "Therefore my Lord, go travel for a while,
Till that his rage and anger be forgot."
- "Who wanteth food, and will not say he wants it?
Or can conceal his hunger till he famish?"
- "Die, quoth-a? Now gods forbid! I have a gown here; come, put it on; keep warm. Now afore me, a handsome fellow!"
- a First Fisherman
- b Antiochus the Great
- c Pericles, Scene 5
- d Cleon, Scene 4
- e Helicanus, Scene 2
5 Multiple choice questions
- Dionyza, Scene 13
- Simonides, Scene 6
- Second Fisherman
- Pericles, Scene 13
- The Narrator Gower, Scene 5
5 True/False questions
"The mutiny he there hastes t'oppress;
Says to 'em, if King Pericles
Come not home in twice six moons,
He, obedient to their dooms,
Will take the crown. → The Narrator Gower, Scene 1
"Death may usurp on nature many hours,
And yet the fire of life kindle again
The o'erpress'd spirits." → Cerimon, Scene 12
Heaven! He hath found the meaning for which we mean to have his head. He must not live to trumpet forth my infamy!" → Lychorida, Scene 11
"So, this is Tyre and this the court. Here must I kill King Pericles; and if I do it not, I am sure to be hanged at home: 'tis dangerous." → Simonides, Scene 9
"I came unto your court for honor's cause,
And not to be a rebel to her state.
And he that otherwise accounts of me
This sword shall prove he's honor's enemy." → Cerimon, Scene 12