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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 the hardest part of going out on your own, according to Moss?
(a) Finding the space
(b) Starting up
(c) Developing a client list
(d) The first 3 years
2. What piece of information does Aaronow try to glean from Moss in many different ways as they discuss robbing the bank?
(a) Whether Moss has spoken to Graff
(b) Whether Moss has a plan
(c) Whether Moss is quitting
(d) Whether Moss is trying to incriminate him
3. Why is Moss asking Aaronow for his help?
(a) Aaronow has a criminal record
(b) Aaronow is trustworthy
(c) Aaronow would never rob the office
(d) Aaronow follows orders
4. Which two words does Aaronow confuse while furtively agreeing with Moss in Scene 2?
(a) Yes and no
(b) Good and right
(c) Shoes and boots
(d) Fuck and shit
5. What are the two men doing at the beginning of the scene?
(a) Having drinks
(b) Eating dinner
(c) Eating lunch
(d) Having coffee
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the problem with the names Levene has been given?
2. Who could Levene a few years back and have Williamson fired?
3. Which player in the real estate world of the play is never mentioned in Scene 1?
4. What does Moss immediately ask Aaronow after asking if he is in?
5. Why does Moss say that Aaronow is an accomplice?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Shelly Levene.
2. How has the company gone wrong in recent years, according to Moss?
3. What is the status of the sales force at the end of the play?
4. How does Roma introduce real estate to the conversation?
5. In what way is the scene between Lingk and Roma a multilevel communication?
6. What offer has Jerry Graff made to Dave Moss?
7. What does Roma think makes people afraid to act?
8. What point is Roma making discussing his best sexual experience?
9. Describe Levene's big sale story.
10. According to Moss, what must a man do to go out on his own?
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