1. Lenny begins the play by:
(a) Playing her saxophone.
(b) Celebrating her birthday alone.
(c) Picking her sister up from prison.
(d) Remembering the anniversary of her mother's death.
2. Lenny's solo celebration suggests:
(a) She has not told anyone about her birthday.
(b) She is underappreciated and taken for granted.
(c) She is unpopular.
(d) Her family is angry with her.
3. Chick's physical appearance suggests:
(a) She does not care what others think of her.
(b) She is a woman concerned with appearances.
(c) She is a refined Southern lady.
(d) She wants the attention of men.
4. Chick appears to be mainly concerned about:
(a) Her desire to be a member of the Ladies' League.
(b) Lenny's feelings.
(c) Babe's welfare.
(d) Her own standing in the town.
5. The most pressing matter of the moment is:
(a) Visiting Granddaddy at the hospital.
(b) Taking Chick's children to the doctor.
(c) Getting Doc out of the house before Meg sees him.
(d) Picking up Babe from prison.
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