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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 is Aaronow's immediate response to Moss's idea?
(a) He is going to the police
(b) He has to think about it
(c) He is in
(d) He will not do it
2. What is different about the sales game these days, according to Levene?
(a) Money is tight
(b) People are scared of salesmen
(c) The land is awful
(d) Pessimism abounds
3. What does Levene tell Williamson is happening to him in the beginning of scene 1?
(a) He has lost focus
(b) He is on a bad streak
(c) He is cursed
(d) He is rebounding from a drinking problem
4. How does Moss know so much about Jerry Graff?
(a) This is common knowledge in the business
(b) They went to high school together
(c) He has worked for him
(d) He is his brother-in-law
5. Jerry Graff buys a list of names of people in what profession?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Moss expect the police to do after the leads are stolen?
2. What term does Levene use to describe Moss in the first scene?
3. Which of the following is not someone that Levene tells Williamson to ask about his ability to get hot?
4. What derogatory term does Levene use to characterize the leads he has been given?
5. How many leads was Shelley Levene given last time?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has the company gone wrong in recent years, according to Moss?
2. How does Roma claim that he deals with the uncertainties of life?
3. Describe Moss's exit from the play.
4. How does Levene explain his current poor performance?
5. How does Levene characterize the leads he is given?
6. How does Moss explain the division of profits from the sale of the leads?
7. How is Roma different from the other salesmen in the play?
8. Describe Ricky Roma.
9. What betrayal does Ricky Roma pull at the end of the play?
10. What caveat does Levene try to add to his arrangement with Williamson, and how does Williamson respond?
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