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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. When Joshua is rude to Betty, who orders Joshua to obey Betty?
(a) Mrs. Saunders.
2. What does Clive suggest that Edward participate in?
(c) Riding with the men.
3. What does Betty and Clive's guest narrowly escape from while living in Africa?
(c) An attack by the natives.
(d) An earthquake.
4. Who warns Clive about the stable boys?
5. As Betty runs out to greet their guest, what does Maud warn Betty about?
(a) To remember her place as Clive's wife.
(b) To stay away from Harry.
(c) To never leave the children alone.
(d) To not trust Joshua.
Short Answer Questions
1. After telling on the stable boys, who does Joshua hint to Clive that there may be a relationship between?
2. What does Clive spill on his pants at the picnic?
3. What causes Clive to react with disgust when he is talking to Harry?
4. After Edward protests to the adults about playing with the doll, what happens to him?
5. Where does Clive arrive home from?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Clive describe the life he has?
2. What is the significance of the discussion of the violence in video games?
3. Why would Edward lie about Joshua stealing Ellen's necklace when he had it all along?
4. How does Clive feel that Betty is "eroding" away the standards of his empire?
5. Why would Edward not want Clive to hear about the incident with the doll from Ellen?
6. In Act I, Scene 1, Harry introduces the reader to his family. Describe Harry's family.
7. Clive believes it is unsafe for anyone to leave the house. What does this tell the audience about the environment in which the characters live?
8. Why doesn't Ellen want Betty to run off with Harry?
9. What is the significance of Cathy's rude skipping song?
10. In this Act 2 Scene 4, several characters from Act 1 have resurfaced. What is the significance of this?
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