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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 the occupation of the men coming into the hotel room?
(a) Taxicab drivers.
(d) Hotel owners.
2. Why does Jonathan draw Xs in Scene 1?
(a) He is being rebellious.
(b) He is making a map.
(c) He didn't understand his mother.
(d) He likes to doodle.
3. What literary technique does Kopit use in the final few lines of Scene 1?
4. What does the person Madame Rosepettle plans to meet at the end of Scene 1 own?
(a) A motorcycle.
(b) A boat.
(c) A limo.
(d) A mansion.
5. Who refuses to be satisfied with the men in her room?
(a) Jonathan's cat.
(c) Madame Rosepettle's piranha.
(d) Madame Rosepettle.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what country does the play take place?
2. Which phrase best describes Jonathan in terms of his relationship with his mother?
3. Which character is best described as wealthy, bossy, and eccentric?
4. Which term is incorporated into many characters' names?
5. Does Jonathan deliberately try to make the bellboys upset?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the interaction between the third bellboy and Madame Rosepettle.
2. Are the characters of Jonathan and the commodore similar? In what way?
3. What role does the telescope play in Jonathan's relationship with Rosalie?
4. Why do you think Madame Rosepettle never wants Jonathan to leave the hotel room?
5. What is Madame Rosepettle's bedroom like? Does this describe what you would have expected?
6. How is Rosalie's loneliness described in Scene 2?
7. What impact does Jonathan's speech impediment have on readers' perceptions of his character?
8. What is the last line of the play? How is this meaningful?
9. Why does Madame Rosepettle refer to Jonathan by different names each time she speaks to him?
10. Based on Madame Rosepettle's assessment of Rosalie's character, do you think Rosalie is as innocent as she lets on?
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