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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 is the name of the bar where Act 1 is set?
(a) The Schooner.
(b) Larry's Saloon.
(c) Johnny-the-Priest's Saloon.
(d) The Longshoreman Saloon.
2. Where do Anna and her mother move to?
(a) South Dakota.
3. What does Larry suggest that Chris do after he arrives at the bar?
(a) Go round the corner for some beef stew.
(b) Drink some water.
(c) Go to sleep.
(d) Have another drink.
4. What is Chris's physical state when he is at the bar in the beginning of the play?
(a) He looks too heavy.
(b) He is exhausted.
(c) He feels ill.
(d) He has been drinking.
5. Where does Anna live after her mother's death?
(b) A relative's city condo.
(d) Her cousins' farm.
Short Answer Questions
1. What nationality is Burke?
2. Who was in the family that Anna lived with after her mother died?
3. What does Chris call the sea in Act 2 when he and Anna are talking in the fog?
4. Why does Burke think that Anna is on the barge?
5. When Chris is talking to Anna with Marthy, how old does he think she is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the setting of Act 1?
2. How are Burke and Chris's thoughts on setting off to sea different from Anna?
3. How does Burke feel about himself when he returns to the cabin to Anna after two days of drinking and fighting?
4. What references does Burke make about fog at the end of Act 2?
5. What does Anna have to say to Burke when he accuses Anna of being in love with the men from her past?
6. Describe the crucifix that Burke uses so Anna can swear that he is the only man she has ever loved.
7. Describe Chris's reaction to seeing Anna and Burke in conversation.
8. Describe Burke's response to Anna's comments that she has changed.
9. Describe the moment when Burke and Anna express their love for each other in Act 3.
10. Describe Marthy and Chris's relationship.
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