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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. Who does Betty claim has been mean to her?
2. Who admires Clive's life?
3. What does Edward protest when he is yelled at for playing with the doll?
(a) He denies it.
(b) He had the doll first.
(c) That Victoria doesn't like or play with the doll.
(d) That Clive lets him.
4. What is Clive entrusted with for his job?
(a) The native villagers.
(b) The gold in the area.
(c) Building weapons.
(d) The Queen's land.
5. What does Clive try to convince Mrs. Saunders to do when they are in the open field?
(a) Have sex with him.
(b) Fight the natives.
(c) Leave his house.
(d) Surrender to the natives.
Short Answer Questions
1. After investigating Betty's claim about who was mean to her, who does Clive believe?
2. What does the play start with in Act I?
3. As Betty runs out to greet their guest, what does Maud warn Betty about?
4. Who does Clive send for after settling Betty's situation?
5. What does Clive admit to knowing about his wife?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the presence of Lin's dead brother's spirit demonstrate?
2. Why does Martin say it's difficult being married to Victoria?
3. What is the significance of Cathy's rude skipping song?
4. Edward quits his job to "keep house" for Victoria and Lin. Is this situation surprising?
5. 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?
6. Martin tries to convince Victoria to take a job in another city. What does this tell the audience about Martin as a person?
7. Why would Edward lie about Joshua stealing Ellen's necklace when he had it all along?
8. Mrs. Saunders asks Joshua, if his "arm aches and whether he minds beating his own people." What does this comment imply about Mrs. Saunders' opinion on Joshua?
9. 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?
10. Why wouldn't Clive believe Edward when he blames Joshua for destroying the doll?
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