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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 adjective does Moss use to describe the sales contest's inclusion of firing the lowest seller?
2. What other sales position does Moss compare their job when he explains the right way to sell people?
(a) Encyclopedia sales
(b) Insurance sales
(c) Furniture sales
(d) Car sales
3. How much does Moss eventually reveal Graff would pay for each of the leads?
(a) 3 dollars each
(b) 1 dollar each
(c) 5 dollars each
(d) 75 cents each
4. In the beginning of the play, what type of salesman does Levene tell Williamson to put on the job?
(a) A closer
(b) A stalwart
(c) A winner
(d) A son-of-a-bitch
5. Why is Moss asking Aaronow for his help?
(a) Aaronow is trustworthy
(b) Aaronow has a criminal record
(c) Aaronow would never rob the office
(d) Aaronow follows orders
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Levene currently living?
2. What does Moss expect the police to do after the leads are stolen?
3. Which of the following is not one of the years Levene claims to have been at the top of the board?
4. What land group does Moss reminisce about in the beginning of Scene 2?
5. What does Moss say is the problem with his stealing the leads himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the setting of the second act.
2. What is Shelley Levene's objective in having lunch with Williamson?
3. Why does Moss need Aaronow to actually rob the office?
4. Describe John Williamson.
5. What reassurance does Roma give Aaronow about talking to the police?
6. Describe Roma's essential philosophy as stated in this scene.
7. Describe some of the extravagant claims Levene makes about his past with the company.
8. How has the company gone wrong in recent years, according to Moss?
9. How does Jerry Graff get started in business on his own?
10. What point is Roma making discussing his best sexual experience?
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