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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 15 (through page 430).
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Kiester do regarding Oscar's script when undertaking a Civil War epic?
(a) Remembers all the details from reading the play many years ago.
(b) Says he remembers reading it.
(c) Denies any recollection.
(d) Kept a copy of the play for himself.
2. What does Pai say about Oscar seeking substantial monetary damages?
(a) He deserves every penny he can get, because the movie is surely based on his play.
(b) He is seeking them for a work he claims to have created not primarily for monetary gain.
(c) He is being greedy and wanting what is not his.
(d) He will not be awarded much money, since the movie was a failure and a flop.
3. What does Oscar say when Christina tells him there will be no funeral?
(a) He does not his father cremated.
(b) He insists it is his duty to provide a proper funeral.
(c) He agrees that it is probably for the best.
(d) He does not want to attend a funeral.
4. When Bagby leaves, Thomas and Kane discuss what?
(a) How horrible a person Bagby is.
(b) What to do about Bagby.
(c) The mutual enmity evident at Quantness.
(d) How the plantation is running.
5. What does Christina say when Oscar says he needs a secretary?
(a) She calls Lily to see if she could help Oscar.
(b) She sends her personal secretary to help Oscar.
(c) She hires Ilse as his secretary.
(d) She dismisses his plans to hire a secretary, suggesting he needs only a wastebasket and a housekeeper.
Short Answer Questions
1. Basie doubts Oscar has a case, but leaves doing what?
2. Oscar seats a guest, Harold Basie, in Grandfather's chair and asks him to do what?
3. What do witnesses confirm about the site of the drowning?
4. In more responsive hands, observes the Times, the characters of the movie might have reflected what?
5. What does Lily tell Oscar that her Daddy and Rev. Billy Joe are blaming her for?
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