NOT a simple, low-level "assessment" of plot, this test features curriculum-anchored questions to author's style, character archetypes, characterization (including tragic flaws), color symbolism, diction, figurative language, flashbacks, foreshadowing, genre, inferences, irony, motifs, the plot diagram, setting, sociocultural context, symbolism, themes, and tone. The test contains high level, critical thinking questions on the understanding through evaluation levels of Bloom's revised taxonomy model. The test features 10 matching questions requiring students to match a key quote to its speaker, a quote to its application of figurative language, and 35 multiple choice questions on various concepts above applied to William Shakespeare's classic, Macbeth. The last 5 questions are on Thomas Foster's chapter on Shakespeare in How to Read Literature Like a Professor and assess why works like Macbeth should still be read today. Since each question is worth 2 points, the test totals to 100 points. The test is in-depth but quick and easy to grade. Enjoy!