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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which themes are expressed in Scene 2?
(a) Self-respect and compassion for others.
(b) Solace and growth.
(c) Sexuality and loneliness.
(d) Family ties and forgiveness.
2. What is Rosalie's reaction to the conversation with Jonathan?
(a) She is disgusted.
(b) She is bored.
(c) She thinks it is funny.
(d) She is fascinated.
3. How does Jonathan act when he is describing what the original purpose of the object he used to watch Rosalie was?
4. What does Rosalie invite Jonathan to do in the evenings?
(a) Walk on the beach.
(b) Go to dinner.
(c) Visit her.
(d) Swim in the pool.
5. What does Rosalie try to do after the cuckoo clock chirps?
(a) Kiss Jonathan.
(b) Unlock the door.
(c) Leave out the window.
(d) Hug Madame Rosepettle.
6. What does Rosalie say to Madame Rosepettle?
(a) She is moving across the country.
(b) She shouldn't keep her son locked up.
(c) She wishes Madame Rosepettle was her mother.
(d) She wants to have children.
7. What does Jonathan tell Rosalie after the cuckoo clock chirps?
(a) It is a sign they should get married.
(b) He loves her.
(c) He wants to kiss her.
(d) She is being mean.
8. Who makes Jonathan's decisions for him?
(a) Madame Rosepettle.
(b) Jonathan's father.
9. What does Kopit intend the telescope in Scene 2 to symbolize?
(a) The future.
(b) His love for stars.
(c) Sexual awareness.
(d) His mother.
10. What does Jonathan do in the place he has gone outside of his hotel room?
(a) Practices his waltz.
(b) Watches girls.
(c) Pretends he is the president.
(d) Cares for the pigeons.
11. How many times does the cuckoo clock chirp in Scene 2?
12. What is the difference between Madame Rosepettle and the parents of the children Rosalie spends time with?
(a) Madame Rosepettle cannot remember her child's name.
(b) Madame Rosepettle wants her child to have a fulfilling life.
(c) Madame Rosepettle encourages her child's accomplishments.
(d) Madame Rosepettle is more concerned about her child's happiness.
13. What does Jonathan offer to make Rosalie?
(a) A kaleidoscope.
(c) A telescope.
(d) A necklace.
14. How can Jonathan's conversation with Rosalie best be described?
(a) Awkward and hurried.
15. What does Jonathan do as he is speaking with Rosalie in Scene 2?
(a) Waters the plants.
(d) Washes his hands.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character likely has the most active life in this play?
2. What parental act are the parents of the children Rosalie spends time with sure to enforce?
3. Where has Jonathan gone since the end of Scene 1?
4. How much time passes before Scene 2 opens?
5. Why did Jonathan originally make the object he uses to watch Rosalie?
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