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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom does the Judge compare himself?
(b) The King of Hell.
(d) The real judge.
2. What does Chantal say she is not cut out to be?
(a) Either a mother or a nurse.
(b) Either Roger or Luke's girlfriend.
(c) Either a nurse or a rebel.
(d) Either a singer or a prostitute.
3. What does Chantal say she has to offer?
(a) Her voice and kindness.
(b) Her desire for the rebels to win.
(c) Her abilities as a nurse and mother.
(d) Her generosity and kindness.
4. What is no different than being a prostitute?
(a) Being a wife.
(b) Being a nurse.
(c) Being a rebel.
(d) Being a singer.
5. What has happened to the Queen?
(a) She is in hiding.
(b) She has joined the rebels.
(c) She has been kidnapped.
(d) She hase been killed.
6. To whom does the Bishop question about the how and why of his becoming a bishop?
(b) His reflection in the mirror.
7. What does Arthur's conversation with Irma reveal?
(a) They are part of the rebellion.
(b) They are lovers.
(c) They are siblings.
(d) They are husband and wife.
8. What does the Prisoner call the Executioner, as she pleads with him?
9. What does Irma say will happen to her if the rebels succeed?
(a) She will go out of business.
(b) She will open another house.
(c) She will have to change some of her business practices.
(d) She will be very successful.
10. What has Roger convinced Chantal to do?
(a) Leave the rebel movement.
(b) Go back to prostituting herself.
(c) Marry him.
(d) Join the rebel movement.
11. What is the Bishop doing in the beginning of Scene 1?
(a) Praying for the needy.
(b) Declaiming his philosophy of faith.
(c) Quoting scripture.
(d) Saying a homily.
12. Why does Georgette take over from Chantal?
(a) Chantal is thinking too much about what she is doing.
(b) Chantal is too upset.
(c) Chantal needs to leave Roger alone.
(d) Chantal's voice is becoming shaky.
13. What does Irma say happens in every revolution?
(a) An ex-prostitutes is held up as a symbol of freedom.
(b) The rebels win.
(c) The innocent die.
(d) The leader of the country dies.
14. What does Irma say keeps happening, despite the revolution?
(a) There is very little bombing.
(b) People keep coming to The Balcony.
(c) There is less freedom.
(d) The government's soldiers keep dying.
15. What does the Bishop repeatedly insist that the Young Woman do?
(a) Confess her sins.
(c) Cook for him.
(d) Shout his name.
Short Answer Questions
1. Irma offers Carmen the opportunity to fulfill a man's fantasy by pretending to be what saint?
2. Who interrupts the men's argument?
3. What is Irma's reasoning for why the Chief has forgotten her and her needs?
4. How much money does Carmen say the whorehouse has earned?
5. What does the conversation between Irma and Carmen reveal?
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