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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 type of room do the men enter as they are coming into the hotel room?
2. What is Madame Rosepettle eager to teach her son about?
(a) Not to care about people in the service industry.
(b) Diverse cultures.
(c) Her ways of earning money.
(d) Their family.
3. 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 the oldest man alive.
(c) He is the wealthiest person in the area.
(d) He is a famous actor.
4. Which character is best described as wealthy, bossy, and eccentric?
(a) The first bellboy.
(b) Madame Rosepettle.
5. How are the men described as they try to figure out what to do with the object?
Short Answer Questions
1. Does Jonathan deliberately try to make the bellboys upset?
2. Why does Jonathan draw Xs in Scene 1?
3. When Madame Rosepettle speaks to her son, how does he answer her?
4. What is the reaction from the men to the object in the hotel room?
5. What does the reader think Madame Rosepettle's next relationship will be like?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Madame Rosepettle react to Rosalie being in Jonathan's room?
2. How do you explain Jonathan's decision to kill the fish and plants?
3. How does Scene 2 end?
4. What is Madame Rosepettle's bedroom like? Does this describe what you would have expected?
5. What do you make of Jonathan's claim that he is fulfilled by his coin and stamp collections?
6. At what point does Jonathan's father's body come out of the closet? Is this at an appropriate time, in terms of symbolism?
7. Why doesn't Madame Rosepettle want any light in the hotel room? Why is this ironic?
8. Why is Madame Rosepettle particularly interested in the yacht in the harbor?
9. How does the theme of sexuality emerge in Scene 2?
10. Do you like Rosalie? Why or why not?
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