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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. After Dorothea talks about her marriage, what topic does she talk about?
(a) Her great love for her daughter.
(b) Her relationship with her father.
(c) Her knowledge base.
(d) Her first meeting of an eccentric.
2. What is the happy time that Dorothea recalls in her life?
(a) Going to college.
(b) Marrying her husband.
(c) Having her first child.
(d) Meeting the eccentric.
3. Artie's fear is considered __________________________.
(a) A neurosis.
(b) Not real.
(c) A gift.
4. What is Echo doing during scene 3?
(a) Echo is playing in the sandbox.
(b) Echo is not in the scene.
(c) Echo is reading a book.
(d) Echo is spelling.
5. What great skill does Echo have?
(a) Echo is able to spell very well.
(b) Echo is a great cook.
(c) Echo can run very fast.
(d) Echo can fly with homemade wings.
Short Answer Questions
1. Echo is obsessed with __________________.
2. Who says that a smart girl will never be married?
3. How concerned is Artie about her fear?
4. What does Dorothea's husband promise her, but then does not fulfill?
5. Which character ends scene 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do you think Artie is unable to communicate effectively with her daughter?
2. Artie begins and ends scene two. What do we learn about the character?
3. What do you think the purpose of this scene 3 is?
4. How is Dorothea's educational treatment of Echo similar to how she raised Artie?
5. Who ignited Echo's original love of words?
6. Why does Artie feel that she was Dorothea's guinea pig as she grew up?
7. Why does Artie feel her ability to remember everything is an inconvenience?
8. What is the opening action of this play, and what does this foreshadow?
9. Do you think Artie will be able to function away from her mother?
10. Who is Artie named after and how does this name match her personality?
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