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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the right hand side of the story?
(a) There is no right hand side of Oscar's story.
(b) The runaway slave, the invisible man haunting Thomas (and the entire play).
(c) Kane hounding Thomas about justice and moral rectitude leading him deeper into his dilemma, and Bagby blackmailing him for 4,000 years of Christian guilt.
(d) Thomas's trip north to take care of his uncle's property.
2. What is Christina doing when Oscar and Lily find her on the phone with her vulture sisters-in-law?
(a) She is giving advice to her sisters-in-law about Harry's funeral.
(b) She is warning them to keep their hands off everything in the apartment.
(c) She is telling her sisters-in-law to come over.
(d) She is crying hysterically.
3. What does Oscar say about Jerry's ideas, regarding the story?
(a) I do not like this at all.
(b) This is not deep enough.
(c) This goes too far.
(d) This is too spooky.
4. What does J. Harret Ruth share with Senator Orney Bilk?
(a) A desire to become judges in the appeals court.
(b) A desire to see Father rejected for the appeals court.
(c) A desire to rule the world.
(d) A desire to support Father in his courtroom.
5. What is the packet of letters Christina spots in the Gladstone?
(a) Letters from various law firms.
(b) Bills that are overdue.
(c) The documents the Judge rescued from the Historical Society's clutches.
(d) Letters from Father's supporters.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Christina say when Oscar says he needs a secretary?
2. Christina decides to drive out and asks Harry to phone Sam or Basie to have them contact Oscar. Why can Harry not accompany her?
3. What will Father believe Oscar has done to Grandfather?
4. Why had Harry, who had known this a few days, not told Oscar?
5. What does Kiester do regarding Oscar's script when undertaking a Civil War epic?
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