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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 of the following does Joe not tell Lorna about music's effect on him?
(a) It means the world to him.
(b) He belongs in the world.
(c) It makes him feel like a man.
(d) He plans to become a superstar.
2. What does Mr. Bonaparte tell Joe before Joe leaves?
(a) To call home every night.
(b) He is his favorite child.
(c) He will always love him.
(d) Joe's being a boxer is not OK with him.
3. Why does Moody's wife call him?
(a) Asking for money.
(b) Trying to reconcile.
(c) Needing car repairs.
(d) Demanding a divorce.
4. How much time has passed since the last scene?
(a) Two weeks.
(b) Two months.
(c) Two years.
(d) Two hours.
5. What is Joe's condition when he comes home?
(a) He is drunk.
(b) He is freshly showered.
(c) He is bruised and bandaged.
(d) He has knife wounds.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lorna want Tom to do?
2. What beverage do the others sip while Joe packs?
3. What does Tom's wife want in exchange for a divorce?
4. Who is Siggie?
5. What does Joe tell Tom about tonight's fight?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the reason for Lorna's agitated state.
2. How does Joe's obnoxious behavior prompt Lorna to say she loves Moody in front of Joe?
3. How does the author show the greedy, callous nature of Joe's handlers?
4. What is the setting of Act 1, Scene 3 and what is the topic of conversation among the characters as the scene opens?
5. How does the author foreshadow Joe and Lorna's relationship in this scene?
6. How does the author introduce the subject of war into this scene?
7. How does Joe reveal his love for Lorna?
8. What request does Bonaparte make of Lorna?
9. How do the sports writers, Drake and Lewis, represent the two sides of public sentiment for people who achieve wealth and the American Dream?
10. What ill-fated decision do Lorna and Joe make in an attempt to escape from the restrictions of their lives?
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