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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 Chris's physical state when he is at the bar in the beginning of the play?
(a) He has been drinking.
(b) He is exhausted.
(c) He looks too heavy.
(d) He feels ill.
2. What is the stage direction for when Anna drinks her drink at the end of Act 1?
(a) Puts a straw in the glass and sips.
(b) Downs her port at a gulp like a drink of whiskey.
(c) Sips modestly at her drink.
(d) Takes one gulp and spits it out.
3. How long ago did Chris last see Anna?
(a) Fifteen years.
(b) Five years.
(c) Three years.
(d) Twenty years.
4. How does Anna feel about being out at sea in the beginning of Act 2?
(a) It makes her feel clean.
(c) Sea sick.
5. What job at sea does Burke mention as paying enough so he could afford a little house?
(a) Stokehole of a proper ship.
(b) Scrubbing the deck.
(c) Fixing sails.
(d) Polishing the tack.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the first question that Marthy asks Anna at the bar?
2. Where has Anna just been released from at the beginning of the play?
3. What is Chris's title?
4. What does Marthy reveal to Anna?
5. Why does Burke say he got so strong?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Burke's physical appearance when he returns to the cabin to speak with Anna after their argument.
2. Describe Chris's appearance.
3. How do Anna and Chris celebrate their reunion?
4. How are Burke and Chris's thoughts on setting off to sea different from Anna?
5. Does Chris take control of the situation when the sailor Mat Burke shouts for rescue?
6. Does Burke believe he had a hand in changing Anna?
7. Describe Chris's physical and emotional state when he returns to the cabin after two days.
8. Describe the crucifix that Burke uses so Anna can swear that he is the only man she has ever loved.
9. How are Chris and Burke behaving that makes Anna feel like a piece of furniture?
10. What is Anna planning at the beginning of Act 4?
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