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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. Babe will not talk to Barnette Lloyd because:
(a) She does not believe he can properly defend her.
(b) She wants to go to jail.
(c) She is ashamed of herself for shooting Zackery.
(d) She is protecting her teenage lover.
2. Through the dialog, it becomes apparent that Zackery Botrelle:
(a) Was emotionally and physically abusive of his wife.
(b) Ignored his wife, which drove her to the affair with Willy Jay.
(c) Tried to make his marriage work.
(d) Felt unloved by his wife.
3. Chick implies that Meg is the reason:
(a) Granddaddy is sick.
(b) Doc now walks with a limp.
(c) Lenny is alone on her birthday.
(d) Babe has suffered negative publicity.
4. Through Babe's confession she discovers:
(a) She wants to protect herself from scandal.
(b) She wants to live.
(c) She does not love Zackery.
(d) She is angry with granddaddy.
5. Doc's gift to Lenny is:
(a) A sack of pecans.
(b) A sack of walnuts.
(c) A sack of almonds.
(d) A sack of peanuts.
Short Answer Questions
1. Chick is upset at Lenny because:
2. Meg takes a coke from the fridge to calm Lennie, but first she drinks from it herself, indicating:
3. Rather than admit she is gaining weight, Chick claims the pantyhose do not fit because:
4. Meg explains their mother's suicide by telling Babe:
5. Meg's remark, "We're getting so old," offends Lenny because:
Short Essay Questions
1. What possibilities does Barnette Lloyd present as Babe's attorney.
2. What is Meg's first reaction when she sees Lennie?
3. What was Meg's life like in L.A.?
4. The candy Chick brings, which is outdated and unwanted, might represent what?
5. Why do Meg, Lenny, and Babe seem to fall into old patterns of behavior around one another?
6. How do Meg and Lenny appear to feel about their father?
7. What is significant about the last image on stage before the lights go down?
8. What kind of man does Doc Porter appear to be?
9. How does Meg feel about talking about the past?
10. Describe Meg's life in Hollywood.
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