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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. When Ian invites Guy to join him and Fay, what does he tell Guy to bring?
(a) His own bottle of liquor.
(b) A cooler full of beer.
(c) A female friend.
(d) A picnic basket.
2. What is Guy drinking at the bar?
(a) A gin and tonic.
(b) A beer.
(c) A mixed drink.
3. What is Bridget carrying when she first meets Guy?
(a) A script.
(b) An elaborately decorated basket.
(c) An empty platter.
(d) A piece of furniture.
4. What character does Dafydd choose for Guy to play while they are at Dafydd's house?
(a) Matt the Mint.
(d) Crook Finger'd Jack.
5. What do Crispin and Bridget do after Bridget closes the bar?
(a) Sit down and talk.
(b) Kiss passionately.
(c) Jell-O shots.
(d) Leave separately.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the fate of the play's main character as explained in the beginning of the book?
2. What does Hannah bring to Guy while he is practicing his craft?
3. Who named Dafydd's daughters?
4. Who reads the opening speech during the first rehearsal of The Beggar's Opera?
5. In Act 1, Scene 5, why is Dafydd frustrated?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the ending Act 1, Scene 6 tell you about how Guy is feeling about himself now?
2. Rebecca makes a request of Guy. What does her request involve?
3. What does Act 1, Scene 4 tell you about Dafydd's character? Does him seem self absorbed and boorish or simply clueless? Why?
4. What does the description of Dafydd's home tell you about his family?
5. Act 1, Scene 7 seems to be a bit more about Guy feeling a bit pleased with himself, maybe even a little bit cocky. Does he still retain the perceived innocence from earlier scenes?
6. What impression does the reader get of Hannah? Does she seem happy? Why or why not?
7. What is the importance of the first song sung from The Beggar's Opera in Act 2, Scene 1?
8. What is symbolic about Dafydd's mad dash to set up the lights even while his wife is breaking up with her boyfriend in plain sight?
9. Ambition now seems to be one of Guy's driving forces after success with women and his acting. Cite examples of his ambition in his sexual conquests as well as his roles in the play.
10. What is the relevance of the song from The Beggar's Opera at the end of Act 2, Scene 3?
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