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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 does Joe say when Lorna tells him that Moody loves her?
(a) He is a married man.
(b) He is lying.
(c) He doesn't love anybody.
2. Why does Joe think Lorna picked Moody to be with?
(a) She needed a job.
(b) She got pregnant.
(c) There was no one else.
(d) He gave her a place to stay.
3. What does Anna ask Mr. Bonaparte?
(a) If he will fix the kitchen sink.
(b) If he will come to dinner on Sunday.
(c) Why he won't buy the cab.
(d) Why he won't buy a new suit.
4. With what organization is Eddie associated?
(a) The Rotary.
(b) Knights of Columbus.
5. Where does Lorna tell Joe to put all his passion?
(a) Being a fighter.
(b) Composing music.
(c) Becoming a doctor.
(d) Going to college.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Joe ask of his father before leaving?
2. What does Tom's wife want in exchange for a divorce?
3. Moody congratulates Tokio on ______________________.
4. From whom does Moody get a phone call inquiring about Joe?
5. What does Anna say that her father never did to her mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the news of the Chocolate Drop's death the climax of the play?
2. Contrast Frank's injuries to those that Joe has sustained in his career.
3. How do the sports writers, Drake and Lewis, represent the two sides of public sentiment for people who achieve wealth and the American Dream?
4. Explain how Joe's decisions are all driven by anger from the time he breaks his hand.
5. What does Joe tell Lorna about how music makes him feel?
6. What are Moody and Roxy's plans to get Joe to be a more aggressive fighter?
7. Who is Siggie and what does he want Mr. Bonaparte to buy for him?
8. How does Joe reveal his love for Lorna?
9. How does Joe's obnoxious behavior prompt Lorna to say she loves Moody in front of Joe?
10. Why does Lorna feel a sense of loyalty toward Moody even though she now loves Joe?
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