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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On the surface, how is Madame Rosepettle defined?
(a) Ugly and demanding.
(b) Soft and warm.
(c) Beautiful and extravagant.
(d) Clean and smooth.
2. What does the person Madame Rosepettle plans to meet at the end of Scene 1 own?
(a) A motorcycle.
(b) A boat.
(c) A mansion.
(d) A limo.
3. How many lines does Jonathan have in Scene 1?
(a) He only has one long monologue.
(b) Very few.
4. Who refuses to be satisfied with the men in her room?
(a) Jonathan's cat.
(c) Madame Rosepettle.
(d) Madame Rosepettle's piranha.
5. Where does the play take place?
(a) Buenos Aires.
6. What type of room do the men enter as they are coming into the hotel room?
7. What quality does Madame Rosepettle admit to not being?
8. What is the title of the person who stands up for himself to Madame Rosepettle?
9. What is the occupation of the men coming into the hotel room?
(b) Hotel owners.
(c) Taxicab drivers.
10. Who stands up for himself in the first act?
(a) Commodore Roseabove.
(c) Albert Rosepettle.
(d) The third bellboy.
11. Why does Madame Rosepettle complain to the bellboys about her piranha?
(a) They didn't give it enough water.
(b) They aren't paying attention to it.
(c) They put it too far away from her bed.
(d) They fed it the wrong kind of food.
12. How can the type of theater Kopit tries to depict be characterized?
13. Who scolds the men in the hotel room?
(b) Madame Rosepettle.
(c) Their boss.
(d) Commodore Roseabove.
14. How many men are moving the object?
15. In what year is this play written?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is not a name Madame Rosepettle calls her son?
2. Who does Madame Rosepettle tell to make a note to have the bellboys fired?
3. What does Madame Rosepettle's piranha eat?
4. Who does the author suggest will become Madame Rosepettle's next lover?
5. What object are the men moving into the hotel room?
This section contains 351 words
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