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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long does Aston offer his home to Davies?
(a) Until he gets on his feet.
(b) Until Aston's brother kicks him out.
(c) Until Davies gets a job.
(d) Until Aston's home is renovated.
2. What does Mick do when he is at Aston's house?
(a) He goes through the boxes.
(b) He goes to sleep.
(c) He looks the room over.
(d) He vandalizes the room.
3. How is the reader meant to feel about Davies?
4. What is Davies's real name?
5. Who was about to hit Davies when Aston stepped in?
(a) An offended woman.
(b) A thief.
(c) A drunk man.
(d) Davies's employer.
6. Which of the following is a theme in the play?
7. When Aston asks Davies who was making noises at night, who does he claim made them?
(a) The neighbors.
(b) A pet.
(c) Wild animals.
(d) The house settling.
8. According to Davies, who lives next door?
9. How is the reader meant to feel about Aston?
10. Where does Aston keep the pair of shoes that he offers to Davies?
(a) In a closet.
(b) Under his bed.
(c) On the porch.
(d) In a cabinet.
11. What is the description for the setting of Act I?
(a) The worker's quarters at a restaurant.
(b) A cluttered room.
(c) A child's room.
(d) A kitchen.
12. Which literary element is shown in Davies getting fired?
(a) Plot twist.
13. What evidence of home restoration is there in Act I's setting?
(b) Cans of paint.
(c) Bowls and cups.
(d) Dirty laundry.
14. What represents Aston's good deeds?
(a) The statue of Buddha.
(b) The unplugged stove.
(c) The sink.
(d) The boxes of junk.
15. What clothing item does Davies claim he needs?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Aston live?
2. How does Davies claim to have been treated when he went to get a donation?
3. What is symbolic of religion not being the reason why Aston takes in Davies?
4. How are Mick and Aston related?
5. What does Davies feel his life lacks?
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