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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many children are with Rosalie when Jonathan first sees her?
(b) It is unclear.
2. Which themes are expressed in Scene 2?
(a) Self-respect and compassion for others.
(b) Family ties and forgiveness.
(c) Solace and growth.
(d) Sexuality and loneliness.
3. Rosalie tells Jonathan she feels lonely when she does what?
(b) Goes to sleep at night.
4. What does Jonathan say locks him in the room?
(a) His mother and father.
(b) Fruits and vegetables.
(c) Birds, fish, and cats.
(d) Coins, stamps, and plants.
5. What does Jonathan do in the place he has gone outside of his hotel room?
(a) Practices his waltz.
(b) Pretends he is the president.
(c) Cares for the pigeons.
(d) Watches girls.
6. Who has been listening to the conversation between Rosalie and Jonathan from the other room?
(a) Madame Rosepettle.
(b) Albert Rosepettle.
(c) The bellboys.
(d) Commodore Roseabove.
7. How old is Rosalie?
(c) About Jonathan's age.
(d) It is unclear.
8. What parental act are the parents of the children Rosalie spends time with sure to enforce?
(a) Playing with the children.
(b) Feeding the children.
(c) Remembering their children's names.
(d) Putting the children to bed.
9. What does Kopit intend the telescope in Scene 2 to symbolize?
(a) Sexual awareness.
(b) His mother.
(c) His love for stars.
(d) The future.
10. How does Madame Rosepettle treat Rosalie?
(a) Like a guest.
(c) Like her own daughter.
11. How many times does the cuckoo clock chirp in Scene 2?
12. Which word describes how Rosalie appears on the surface?
13. Which character is experiencing a budding sexual awareness in Scene 2?
(b) Albert Rosepettle.
(d) Madame Rosepettle.
14. Why does Jonathan offer to make something for Rosalie?
(a) So she won't ever forget him.
(b) So she can watch him too.
(c) So they can spend more time together.
(d) So she will feel obligated to him.
15. What does Kopit indicate Rosalie yearns for?
(a) A mother like Madame Rosepettle.
(b) A family of her own.
(c) A boat.
(d) A rich husband.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rosalie do when Jonathan refuses her invitation?
2. Who leaves the hotel room second at the end of Scene 2?
3. What is Rosalie's reaction to the conversation with Jonathan?
4. What does Madame Rosepettle call Jonathan in Scene 2?
5. What does Rosalie think of the parents of the children she spends time with?
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