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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 is Oliver?
(a) Drumm's father-in-law.
(b) Charlie's son.
(c) Charlie's friend.
(d) Charlie's boss.
2. What does Charlie's mother want Charlie to do before Drumm arrives?
(a) Take a shower.
(b) Brush his teeth.
(c) Wash his hair.
(d) Change his shirt.
3. What does Da ask Mary?
(a) If she wants to have dinner at their house.
(b) What kind of grades she gets.
(c) If she goes to church regularly.
(d) Where her father is.
4. How did Mother respond to Da's marriage proposal?
(a) She said yes immediately.
(b) She said she would have to think about it.
(c) She had no say in the matter.
(d) She told him no at first.
5. Which of the following did Da not do while courting Mother?
(a) Brought her flowers.
(b) Said he had a good job.
(c) Came to her house.
(d) Said he wanted to marry her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Da say when Charlie tells him he loves him?
2. Which girl always believed that Oliver would be a great man?
3. Which of the following does Charlie not tell Da?
4. What does Charlie feel keeps him from being successful?
5. What does Charlie say that Da had been for all of Charlie's life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the nature of the letter Young Charlie is writing and why does his mother not like it?
2. What two revelations about Da come to Charlie in this act?
3. Why does Charlie become angry at Da for not taking the money he had sent him?
4. How does the play, DA, open?
5. How does Act 2, Part 2 end?
6. How does Act 2, Part 3 begin?
7. How does Da change the course of Charlie's overtures toward Mary?
8. What is the author's purpose for including this brief scene with Mary, Young Charlie and Da?
9. How does Da make his first appearance in the play?
10. Why is the memory of Charlie having the memory regarding his birth mother so significant?
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