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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 Mr. Bonaparte give Joe to take with him?
2. What does Joe tell Moody about boxing?
(a) He plans to be a world champion.
(b) He hopes he can get better.
(c) He lives for it.
(d) He hasn't made up his mind about it yet.
3. Who stops by to say goodbye to Joe?
(a) Mr. Carp.
4. This scene is a conflict between _________________.
(a) Employer and employee.
(b) Father and son.
(c) Husband and wife.
(d) Mother and daughter.
5. What does Tokio reveal about Joe?
(a) He is sleeping with too many girls.
(b) He is doing drugs.
(c) He bought a fast, expensive car.
(d) He is drinking too much.
Short Answer Questions
1. Moody congratulates Tokio on ______________________.
2. What does Roxy say about musicians in the park?
3. Who wants to become part owner of Joe's career?
4. What does Joe tell Lorna to tell Moody?
5. Who is Lorna?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the foreshadowing of Moody's comments about separating Joe and his father.
2. What does Eddie Fuseli want from Moody and how does Moody respond?
3. How do Joe and his father finally clash in their ideas for what Joe should do with his life?
4. What is the premise of Bonaparte's visit to Moody's office?
5. How does the author use language to set up the tone of the play right from the beginning?
6. As opposed to the handlers who just want the money that Joe can generate, Lorna sees Joe as a "golden boy" in a different way. How is Joe a "golden boy" for Lorna?
7. How does Lorna exhibit weariness in Moody's latest declarations of an upturn in events?
8. Describe how Joe goes from the height of glory to the depths of depression in a matter of minutes after the knockout fight with The Chocolate Drop.
9. What request does Bonaparte make of Lorna?
10. Contrast Frank's injuries to those that Joe has sustained in his career.
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