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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 was the second cause Dorothy becomes involved in during 1936?
(a) Writer's rights.
(b) Actor's rights.
(c) Children's rights.
(d) Producer's rights.
2. What was the name of the incriminating play that featured a character similar to Dorothy that debuted in 1934?
(a) An Alcoholic Woman.
(b) Merrily We Roll Along.
(c) A Wisecracking Woman.
(d) Sing We Now.
3. Who was Dorothy's personal hero?
(a) Lillian Hellman.
(b) Ernest Hemingway.
(c) Moss Hart.
(d) Dashiell Hammett.
4. What was the house called that Alan and Dorothy purchase?
(a) Revolutionary House.
(b) Fox House.
(c) Meadow House.
(d) River House.
5. Who did Alan replace in Dorothy's life?
(a) Her Mother.
(b) F. Scott Fitzgerald.
(c) Robert Sherwood.
(d) Robert Benchley.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did Dorothy and Alan get married?
2. What was Robinson attacked by?
3. After receiving a telegram from John Garrett, what did Dorothy consider?
4. What project was started, but was never finished?
5. In her will, who did Dorothy leave all her assets to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened in Dorothy's career that was difficult for her?
2. What did Dorothy seek more than anything during the later years of her life?
3. What about Dorothy and Alan's reconciliation was significant?
4. What was Dorothy and Alan's reason for leaving California?
5. What brought Dorothy to California for again? How did she feel about going back?
6. Dorothy was advised to write a will, though her assets were modest. Who did Dorothy leave her estate to? What all did her estate include?
7. How was Alan Campbell perfectly suited for Dorothy?
8. Who was the most successful person to get work out of Dorothy. How did they succeed?
9. Dorothy was happy with Alan, but what about her life wasn't fulfilling?
10. What realizations did Dorothy come to after Benchley's death?
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