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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. What does the Maniac suggest to the Superintendent regarding Sports Jacket in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) He should be fired.
(b) He should be promoted.
(c) He should see a psychiatrist.
(d) He should be investigated by higher-ups.
2. What does the Maniac say that the superior council has?
(a) Corrupt officers.
3. Who says, "Yes, your honor, they had just left the room when he jumped out"?
(a) The Maniac.
(b) The Constable.
(c) The Superintendent.
(d) Sports Jacket.
4. Who does the Maniac demand be brought into the office with him and Sports Jacket in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) The Judge.
(b) The Superintendent.
(c) The Officer.
5. What does the Maniac say that the judge's name is who is coming?
(a) Roberto Lombarti.
(b) Ignatius Guisseppe.
(c) Antonio Romaldi.
(d) Antonio A. Antonio.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Maniac tear up when he returns to the office?
2. In whose office does the play open?
3. What does the Maniac return for in Act 1, Scene 1?
4. What does Bertozzo ask the Maniac if he's ever impersonated?
5. In what version of the statement was it stated that the anarchist, looking "beaten-down," had lit a cigarette and commented in a tragic voice, "this is the end of the anarchist movement?"
Short Essay Questions
1. In what state is the Superintendent when he enters in Act 1, Scene 2? Why?
2. What is the Superintendent and Sports Jacket's reaction to the Maniac's accusations of harsh interrogation?
3. How does the Maniac trip up the Superintendent on his story?
4. How is the Maniac's treatment of the Superintendent and Sports Jacket a recreation of their statement about the Anarchist?
5. What does the Maniac ask regarding the window during the Anarchist's interrogation? What is the reply?
6. What do Sports Jacket and the Superintendent do at the Maniac's request for recreating the scene?
7. What do the Superintendent and Sports Jacket do regarding Bertozzo's protestations regarding the Maniac?
8. How does the Maniac respond to the Superintendent's excuse about the window? What is the Superintendent's concern in this exchange?
9. What is the Maniac's justification for his "crimes" in Act 1, Scene 1?
10. What does Bertozzo do in the climax of the play in Act 2? How does he regain control of the room?
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