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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does the Maniac tell Sports Jacket he is in the beginning of Dr. Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) Dr. Guisseppe Winfried.
(b) Dr. Roberto Rimaldi.
(c) Dr. Antonio A. Antonio.
(d) Dr. Roberto Angroni.
2. What does the Maniac say he'd never like to be?
(a) A policeman.
(b) A mailman.
(c) A judge.
(d) A lawyer.
3. Where is the "overwhelming proof" they want to get rid of the Superintendent and Sports Jacket, according to the Maniac in Act 2, Scene 2, Part 2?
(a) In his papers.
(b) In his office.
(c) He made it up.
(d) From the Pope.
4. What do the Superintendent and Sports Jacket ask of the Maniac in Act 1, Scene 2 once they've been told they'll be prosecuted?
(c) The death penalty.
(d) A waver.
5. How many times has the Maniac been convicted?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Maniac tell the Constable when he asks what's going on in Act 1, Scene 2?
2. Who consistently backs up the story that the Maniac feeds the Superintendent and Sports Jacket about their conversation with the anarchist?
3. How long does the Maniac profess to having studied Law?
4. What does the Maniac make sounds of in the background while on the phone?
5. What does the Superintendent yell at Sports Jacket for upon his entrance?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the journalist say about the Anarchist's death being an accident? What is she implying?
2. How does the Maniac react when Bertozzo says if he will just sign the statement, he will let him go?
3. What does the Maniac say he thinks about judges?
4. How does the Maniac respond to the journalist's questioning? How do the others?
5. What does Bertozzo do in the climax of the play in Act 2? How does he regain control of the room?
6. What "new character" does the Maniac reveal himself to be in Act 2, Scene 1? How do the others react?
7. What documentation does the journalist present regarding recent bombings?
8. What is implied with the Maniac's joke regarding the "laughter" in the interrogation?
9. What does the Maniac argue regarding the alibi witnesses? How does the journalist respond to this argument?
10. Who does the Maniac quote regarding scandal? What does this quote say?
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