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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. What is the reason for Young Charlie's letter?
(a) Request to get married.
(b) Father's Day greeting.
(c) Gratitude for a job offer.
(d) Declaration of love.
2. What does Da ask Mary?
(a) What kind of grades she gets.
(b) Where her father is.
(c) If she goes to church regularly.
(d) If she wants to have dinner at their house.
3. What does Da tell adult Charlie about a particular cliff?
(a) He almost slipped and fell there one time.
(b) A girl fell to her death there when he was a boy.
(c) The devil himself had visited it.
(d) It is called Lover's Leap.
4. Young Charlie's birth mother __________________.
(a) prayed for a good family for him.
(b) tried to abort him.
(c) kept him as long as she could.
(d) was too young to keep him.
5. Who is Charlie's younger self in the play?
(b) Young Charlie.
(c) Charlie Jr.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mary say about her father?
2. Which of the following did Da not do while courting Mother?
3. What does Mary do after she says that she doesn't want to know where her father is?
4. How many sons did Drumm have?
5. Which of the following does Drumm not say about Da?
Short Essay Questions
1. What ulterior motive does Oliver have for coming to see Charlie after his Da died?
2. How does Da make his first appearance in the play?
3. How does the subject of Charlie's birth mother come up in Act 1, Part 4?
4. What does it mean that Charlie doesn't talk to his Mother like he does to Da and Young Charlie?
5. What is the nature of the letter Young Charlie is writing and why does his mother not like it?
6. Explain the metaphor of Charlie's hurting himself on the glasses sculpture.
7. To what realization about love does Charlie arrive?
8. Why has Drumm come to the house to see Young Charlie?
9. What is the author's purpose for including this brief scene with Mary, Young Charlie and Da?
10. Describe the accusations that fly between Charlie and Young Charlie.
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