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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. Which character says, "That kind of thing happens often, I believe. For myself, I usually lock the door"?
2. Where does Sloane invite Kath to go with him in Act One?
(a) To go to the seashore.
(b) To go to the corner pub.
(c) To visit his parents' grave.
(d) To go to London.
3. What does Kath tell Sloane she has on beneath her dress?
(b) A bra.
(c) His underwear.
(d) Lace underwear.
4. Who does Kemp mistake Sloane for when he first meets him?
(a) The postman.
5. What does Kemp do during his first conversation with Sloane?
(a) Smokes a cigarette.
(b) Writes a letter.
(c) Toasts crumpets.
(d) Makes tea.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character says, "You've seen the milkman before. That's no cause to throw the shears at him"?
2. What does Sloane suggest Kemp do about the neighborhood situation?
3. Who comes tapping at the window in Act One?
4. What does Kath go to do in Act One, leaving Sloane and Kemp alone?
5. What does Ed ask Sloane about first?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Kemp recognize Sloane from? Why is this important to the plot?
2. What comments does Kemp say that lead to the presumption that he is bigoted? How do the others respond?
3. Why does Ed want Sloane to move in with him? What are the "surface reasons" as well as the implications through subtext?
4. What does Ed promise Kath in return for their father speaking to him? Why does he want to speak to his father?
5. What clues lead Ed to suspect Sloane of taking the car out?
6. What is Ed's and Kath's response to Kemp's allegations about Sloane?
7. How does Kemp respond to Sloane's story of the happenings with Kemp's boss?
8. Where is the play set? What is the house like? Where is it?
9. How is Sloane comparable to Orton the playwright?
10. Describe the scene in which Kath succeeds in seducing Sloane. What does the room look like? How is Kath dressed?
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