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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Madame Rosepettle eager to teach her son about?
(a) Not to care about people in the service industry.
(b) Diverse cultures.
(c) Their family.
(d) Her ways of earning money.
2. Why does Jonathan draw Xs in Scene 1?
(a) He likes to doodle.
(b) He didn't understand his mother.
(c) He is making a map.
(d) He is being rebellious.
3. On what does Jonathan draw Xs in Scene 1?
(b) His hand.
(c) His mother's handkerchief.
(d) The bedspread.
4. What disability does Jonathan struggle with?
(a) A paralyzed hand.
(b) A lisp.
(c) A limp.
(d) A stutter.
5. What is special about the person Madame Rosepettle plans to meet at the end of Scene 1?
(a) He has twenty children.
(b) He is a famous actor.
(c) He is the wealthiest person in the area.
(d) He is the oldest man alive.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Madame Rosepettle say she received the best treatment?
2. What object are the men moving into the hotel room?
3. How many men are moving the object?
4. In what country does the play take place?
5. How are the men described as they try to figure out what to do with the object?
Short Essay Questions
1. Are the characters of Rosalie and Madame Rosepettle similar in any way? How?
2. What are some of the ridiculous and absurd features in Scene 1?
3. What attractive qualities do you think Rosalie sees in Jonathan?
4. How does Madame Rosepettle react to the commodore?
5. What impact does Jonathan's speech impediment have on readers' perceptions of his character?
6. How does Madame Rosepettle react to her husband's mistress?
7. When does Jonathan kill Rosalie?
8. From the information given in Scene 2, is Rosalie a good or a bad influence on Jonathan?
9. What is the last line of the play? How is this meaningful?
10. Why does Jonathan offer to make a telescope for Rosalie? Does this desire make sense?
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