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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. Where does Clive arrive home from?
(a) The United States.
(b) A hunting trip.
(c) A visit to several native villages.
(d) A wild safari.
2. Who witnesses the confessions made by Betty and Harry?
(b) Mrs. Saunders.
3. Who catches Edward playing with the doll and yells at him?
(c) Mrs. Saunders.
4. Why does Betty protest the news of their upcoming visitor?
(a) The house is a mess.
(b) They don't have the money to entertain.
(c) She is afraid for their safety.
(d) She is not fond of them.
5. What does Edward feel about the story Joshua tells him?
(a) He thinks its sad.
(b) He enjoys it greatly.
(c) He doesn't like it.
(d) The story scares him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has the destruction of the native village caused to happen?
2. Why is Edward sent inside by Clive?
3. After the men return from the stables, what does Mrs. Saunders ask Joshua?
4. Why does Maud quit the second game during the picnic?
5. What does Clive tell Harry in Act 1, Scene 4 about the situation with Betty?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why would Edward shout at Joshua to obey Betty?
2. How does Clive describe the life he has?
3. What evidence is provided that Clive and Betty's marriage is in trouble?
4. Why would Edward lie about Joshua stealing Ellen's necklace when he had it all along?
5. In this Act 2 Scene 4, several characters from Act 1 have resurfaced. What is the significance of this?
6. What does the presence of Lin's dead brother's spirit demonstrate?
7. In Act I, Scene 1, Harry introduces the reader to his family. Describe Harry's family.
8. Why would Joshua destroy the doll Edward adores so much?
9. Edward quits his job to "keep house" for Victoria and Lin. Is this situation surprising?
10. Betty's split from Clive leaves everyone in a state of shock. How did others view the marriage of Clive and Betty?
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