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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 catches Edward playing with the doll and yells at him?
(c) Mrs. Saunders.
2. At the picnic, who saves the disagreement over the game?
3. What does Edward feel about the story Joshua tells him?
(a) The story scares him.
(b) He doesn't like it.
(c) He thinks its sad.
(d) He enjoys it greatly.
4. What does Clive spill on his pants at the picnic?
5. What does Betty and Harry confess to each other?
(a) Hate for Clive.
(b) A secret passion.
(c) Fear of Joshua.
(d) Hatred for each other.
Short Answer Questions
1. As the games continue during the picnic who shows disappointment in Betty's behavior regarding other people?
2. After Mrs. Saunders arrives, what do Clive and Joshua go outside to do?
3. When asked his opinion, how does Joshua describe the natives?
4. During the dispute about Edward's doll, who does Maud slap?
5. How does Harry feel about himself after his discussion with Clive?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of the discussion of the violence in video games?
2. How does Clive feel that Betty is "eroding" away the standards of his empire?
3. Edward quits his job to "keep house" for Victoria and Lin. Is this situation surprising?
4. Edward made fun of the women for trying to play sports, yet he wasn't much better. Why would he have made fun of them?
5. Why would the characters only age 25 years if Act 2 takes place a 100 years later?
6. What role does Joshua play in this family?
7. What does Clive's "empire" symbolize?
8. What is the significance of the Betty from Act 1 and the Betty from Act 2 embracing at the end of the play?
9. When Clive returns home, Betty tells him about all the "womanly things" she has done like playing piano and reading poetry. What does Betty's actions tell the reader about the roles of women?
10. 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?
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