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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 pride does Kemp remark about his son?
(a) He is an excellent student.
(b) He is rich.
(c) He is handsome.
(d) He is good at sports.
2. Who says they pay for Sloane's rent?
3. What does Kemp say he witnesses his son engaged in when he is 17?
(a) Stealing money.
(b) Taking drugs.
(c) Sleeping with a girl.
(d) Some kind of felony in the bedroom.
4. Why does Kath say she can't ask Dadda to do any work involving ladders?
(a) He is afraid of heights.
(b) He has trouble with his eyes.
(c) He is in a wheelchair.
(d) He is deaf.
5. What does Kemp do during his first conversation with Sloane?
(a) Smokes a cigarette.
(b) Makes tea.
(c) Writes a letter.
(d) Toasts crumpets.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who comes tapping at the window in Act One?
2. How old is Sloane?
3. How does Kemp attack Sloane in Act One?
4. How long is Kath actually married?
5. What does Ed make mention of, which incidentally is also what Orton's lover overdoses on?
Short Essay Questions
1. How old is the character of Kath? What is her age in relation to the other characters? How old does she act?
2. Name the different points of conflict that appear in Act Two.
3. What is "Sloane's account" of his interaction with Kemp's boss?
4. What are the macabre elements of Entertaining Mr. Sloane?
5. Describe the scene in which Kath succeeds in seducing Sloane. What does the room look like? How is Kath dressed?
6. What actions occurs at the beginning of Act Three? Who is present?
7. Why does Ed want Sloane to move in with him? What are the "surface reasons" as well as the implications through subtext?
8. Why does Sloane tell Kemp someone is at the door to see him in Act Two? What is Kemp's reply?
9. What does Kemp attempt to tell Ed about Sloane? What does he show him as proof?
10. At which point in Act Three does Sloane panic completely, given his circumstances?
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