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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to the group of bellboys as more things are moved into the hotel room?
(a) It grows.
(b) It moves further away from Madame Rosepettle.
(c) It shrinks.
(d) It lifts off the ground.
2. Which character can be described as forceful and rude?
(a) Madame Rosepettle.
(c) The bellboy.
3. Why doesn't Madame Rosepettle want any sunlight to enter the room?
(a) She is in mourning.
(b) Jonathan has just had surgery.
(c) She doesn't wany anyone to see her.
(d) She is sensitive to sunlight.
4. Where does the play take place?
(c) Buenos Aires.
5. On what does Jonathan draw Xs in Scene 1?
(b) His hand.
(c) The bedspread.
(d) His mother's handkerchief.
6. When Madame Rosepettle speaks to her son, how does he answer her?
7. How many men are moving the object?
8. In what country does the play take place?
(d) The United States.
9. According to Scene 1, why is Madame Rosepettle in mourning?
(a) Jonathan's cat is sick.
(b) Her mother has died.
(c) She has lost her inheritance.
(d) It is unclear.
10. Who does the author suggest will become Madame Rosepettle's next lover?
(a) One of the bellboys.
(d) Commodore Roseabove.
11. What does the additional man arrive with in the hotel room?
(a) A Dictaphone.
(b) A television.
(c) A suitcase.
12. Which word describes the hotel where Scene 1 takes place?
13. In what year is this play written?
14. What quality does Madame Rosepettle admit to not being?
15. What does Jonathan's relationship with his mother seem to be like?
(b) Mutually loving.
(c) Kind and cordial.
Short Answer Questions
1. This play is a reaction to what artistic concept?
2. What is Madame Rosepettle eager to teach her son about?
3. What happens to the object after something is broken off of it?
4. By the end of Scene 1, is Madame Rosepettle depicted as self-centered?
5. What type of room do the men enter as they are coming into the hotel room?
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