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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Jonathan treat the bellboys?
(a) As if they are invisible.
(c) He does not interact with them at all.
2. Who stands up for himself in the first act?
(a) Commodore Roseabove.
(c) The third bellboy.
(d) Albert Rosepettle.
3. Who does Madame Rosepettle tell to make a note to have the bellboys fired?
(b) Commodore Roseabove.
(c) Her husband.
4. What is the occupation of the men coming into the hotel room?
(c) Taxicab drivers.
(d) Hotel owners.
5. What type of room do the men enter as they are coming into the hotel room?
6. What word can describe the object the men are moving into the hotel room at the beginning of the play?
7. Where does Madame Rosepettle say she received the best treatment?
(a) Buenos Aires.
(c) Her own home.
(d) New York City.
8. What does the person Madame Rosepettle plans to meet at the end of Scene 1 own?
(a) A motorcycle.
(b) A mansion.
(c) A limo.
(d) A boat.
9. According to Scene 1, why is Madame Rosepettle in mourning?
(a) Jonathan's cat is sick.
(b) She has lost her inheritance.
(c) It is unclear.
(d) Her mother has died.
10. Who scolds the men in the hotel room?
(a) Their boss.
(b) Madame Rosepettle.
(d) Commodore Roseabove.
11. What does the additional man arrive with in the hotel room?
(a) A suitcase.
(b) A television.
(c) A Dictaphone.
12. How would the plot of the first scene be described?
13. What quality does Madame Rosepettle admit to not being?
14. In Scene 1, dialogue and characters seem to be ________________.
(a) Extremely significant.
15. How does Madame Rosepettle seem to make others feel?
(a) Cared for.
Short Answer Questions
1. This play is a reaction to what artistic concept?
2. Who berates the men in the hotel room?
3. What does Madame Rosepettle's piranha eat?
4. By the end of Scene 1, is Madame Rosepettle depicted as self-centered?
5. Which term is incorporated into many characters' names?
This section contains 365 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)