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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 Maud feel about children in general?
(a) They are useless.
(b) They should keep their mouths shut.
(c) They should be in bed when the sun goes down.
(d) They should honor their parents.
2. After Edward protests to the adults about playing with the doll, what happens to him?
(a) He gets slapped by Betty and Ellen.
(b) Clive hits him.
(c) He runs away.
(d) Victoria takes her doll.
3. What does Clive encourage Betty to do during their private discussion?
(a) See a doctor for her depression.
(b) Find a new man.
(c) Make new friends.
(d) Resist her passions.
4. Who comes looking for Edward outside in Act 1, Scene 4?
(a) Ellen and Betty.
(b) Maud and Ellen.
(c) Maud and Betty.
(d) Betty and Victoria.
5. What does Clive suggest that Edward participate in?
(a) Riding with the men.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mrs. Saunders tell Clive about Joshua's family?
2. Who rules Africa during Act I?
3. How does Clive react to Edward's confession about the doll?
4. What role does Clive have in his family?
5. Who does Clive send for after settling Betty's situation?
Short Essay Questions
1. Mrs. Saunders narrowly escapes an attack by the natives. How does this situation make the others in Clive's family feel?
2. Why would Joshua be rude to Betty?
3. Betty claims that Joshua, the servant, is being rude to her. When Clive confronts Joshua, his story is different. Why does Clive believe Joshua over his own wife?
4. What does the bringing of Martin into the ritual represent?
5. Harry confesses his passion for Betty when Clive is securing the barn. What does this tell you about Harry's value for friendship?
6. What does the park symbolize?
7. How does Maud's warning Clive to pay more attention to Betty foreshadow Betty's reaction to Harry's arrival?
8. Gerry "if they can do together what they did before" to the Edward the audience met in Act 1. Where has the reader seen this question before and why is it significant?
9. What can the doll Edward takes from Victoria symbolize?
10. Martin leaves alone after the ritual. What does this tell the audience about his position in this group?
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