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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 does the person who interrupts Guy's conversation with the woman at the bar say about Guy?
(a) He must be Scottish.
(b) He must be married.
(c) He must be popular.
(d) He must be crazy.
2. What is Linda's reply in when Dafydd asks where Crispin is?
(a) She gives Dafydd a dirty look and leaves the theater.
(b) She tells Dafydd to ask Bridget.
(c) She says that he should arrive any minute.
(d) She says that she doesn't know.
3. What is the occupation of the protagonist in the play being performed by the troupe?
(c) Petty thief.
4. What do Crispin and Bridget do after Bridget closes the bar?
(a) Jell-O shots.
(b) Leave separately.
(c) Sit down and talk.
(d) Kiss passionately.
5. Why does Ted have to leave rehearsal?
(a) To attend a dance at work.
(b) To attend a family function.
(c) To make dinner.
(d) To take care of his sick baby.
Short Answer Questions
1. Dafydd says that everything in the Llewellyn house is ______________.
2. What was the fate of the play's main character as explained in the beginning of the book?
3. What bad news does Dafydd announce toward the end of Act 1, Scene 5?
4. In Act 1, Scene 5, why is Dafydd frustrated?
5. What does Guy do while waiting for the director to arrive?
Short Essay Questions
1. The comedic action is based on the concept of misunderstanding. Once Guy finally figures out what is the true nature of his invitation to Ian and Fay's home, what does his follow through on the situation say about his personality?
2. Does Fay seem to have a genuine emotional attachment to Guy, or do you think everything she does is for what she can get out of it?
3. What does the description of Dafydd's home tell you about his family?
4. Character development is very important in a play. Act 1, Scene 3 is all about character development. How does this bar scene give you the basic information you need to know about most of the characters?
5. What does Jarvis's sawdust story tell you about him?
6. What is the importance of tension to a play? What does it create, and what does it set up?
7. What is the symbolism of the missing underwear?
8. Why is Guy uncomfortable with accepting the money that Jarvis sent him?
9. What is the reader's first impression of Guy? What do we learn of him from the author? What do we learn of him from his actions? What do we learn of him from his interactions with other characters?
10. Do you think Guy's ulterior motive in joining the company was to become involved with one of the women in the play? Why?
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