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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 does Sloane say about his parents?
(a) He believes they are extremely wealthy.
(b) All of the answers are true.
(c) They die when he is eight.
(d) He suspects they vea suicide pact.
2. Where does Sloane ask if he meets Kemp before?
(a) The pub at the end of the road.
(b) A school.
(c) City hall.
(d) A photography studio.
3. In Act One, what does Kath say she buys the Dadda but he cannot stand?
(a) Eye glasses.
(b) Feather pillows.
(c) Foam rubber pillows.
(d) A walking cane.
4. What compliment does Kath remark on with Sloane in Act One?
(a) He has delicate skin.
(b) He has beautiful eyes.
(c) He has a manly body.
(d) He has nice thick hair.
5. What does Kath change into for the end of Act One?
(a) A dress.
(c) A see-through negligee.
(d) A dowdy nightgown.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character says, "I could still identify you"?
2. What does Kath pretend to do in the lounge in Act One?
3. What does Kath send Kemp to get from upstairs in Act One?
4. What does Sloane suggest Kemp do about the neighborhood situation?
5. Who says they pay for Sloane's rent?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Kemp say his boss does? What is his position?
2. What do Ed and Kath plan to tell the police regarding Kemp's death? How do they plan to pull it off?
3. How does Kath describe Tommy? What are her feelings toward him?
4. Where is the play set? What is the house like? Where is it?
5. What act of violence does Sloane inflict upon Kath in Act Three? How does she respond?
6. Who is Kemp? What is his relationship to Kath and Ed? How old is he?
7. Where does Kemp recognize Sloane from? Why is this important to the plot?
8. How does Sloane's attitude change between Act One and Act Two?
9. What are the macabre elements of Entertaining Mr. Sloane?
10. What is a "double entendre?" Give an example from the play.
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