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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 5 (through page 128).
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Oscar wonder about the movie's advertisement?
(a) If the producer is worried the movie will be a flop.
(b) How much the advertisements cost.
(c) If the scenes that resemble his play will be cut from the advertisments.
(d) If "based on a true story" is not an admission of guilt.
2. Bringing Oscar groceries, what does Christina tell Harry about Lily?
(a) She is annoying and in the way.
(b) That Oscar and Lily are now a couple, even though she is not officially divorced.
(c) Pushing Oscar to use her new divorce lawyer to file a $1.5 million injury suit.
(d) She complains all the time and will not leave Oscar alone.
3. About what does Oscar worry, regarding his hospital bill?
(a) When he will receive it.
(b) How much his insurance premium will be raised.
(c) How much his insurance will cover.
(d) For what he has been billed.
4. What calls Oscar's play's first act superfluous, the last act untargeted, and the whole play void of purpose?
(a) The rejection letter.
(b) The newspapers.
(c) Broadway producers.
(d) The television broadcasts.
5. How does Oscar reply when Basie interrupts to ask how Israel fits into his play?
(a) He is an essential character and member of the family, even though he is a slave.
(b) His running away is a catalyst for other events.
(c) He does not; he is only a means of showing how, in those days, an educated black man was suspended between worlds.
(d) He is proof that others may free themselves from bondage.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Oscar demand a subpoena of Kiester's records?
2. Why does Mother resent Thomas' marriage to Giulielma?
3. Harry hopes once Szyrk is reversed, what will happen?
4. Oscar seats a guest, Harold Basie, in Grandfather's chair and asks him to do what?
5. Since when has Oscar been feeling terminal?
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