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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Dr. Lyman Sanderson believe about Veta Simmons?
(a) She is in too much of a hurry to leave.
(b) She might be an alcoholic.
(c) She could be very dangerous.
(d) She is very attractive for an older woman.

2. What words appear at the bottom of the page that Wilson is reading when the scene ends?
(a) "You'll never find me."
(b) "Hey, put me down!"
(c) "How are you, Mr. Wilson?"
(d) "You're standing on my foot."

3. Which of these characters is constantly being visited by a pooka?
(a) Elwood Dowd.
(b) Ethel Chauvenet.
(c) Myrtle Mae Simmons.
(d) Dr. Lyman Sanderson.

4. What are Myrtle Mae Simmons and her mother primarily trying to achieve?
(a) They are plotting to rob a bank.
(b) They are trying to get help for Elwood Dowd.
(c) They are trying to harbor a fugitive from justice.
(d) They want to be accepted by the town's society.

5. How does Elwood Dowd describe Harvey to Dr. William Chumley's wife?
(a) All responses are correct.
(b) He's a Pooka.
(c) He's very tall.
(d) He's very choosy about who he likes.

6. According to Elwood Dowd, what exactly IS his invisible friend?
(a) A great enigma.
(b) A Pooka.
(c) A wood spirit.
(d) A pixie.

7. Who is ultimately locked up in the sanitarium in this scene?
(a) Wilson.
(b) Dr. Lyman Sanderson.
(c) Myrtle Mae Simmons.
(d) Veta Simmons.

8. What does Wilson read at the end of this scene?
(a) A Bible.
(b) A psychiatrics manual.
(c) An encyclopedia.
(d) A sales pamphlet.

9. Which character was selected to be the associate doctor at the sanitarium?
(a) Wilson.
(b) Dr. Lyman Sanderson.
(c) Dr. William B. Chumley.
(d) Miss Johnson.

10. In what room does Elwood Dowd wait when the ladies excuse themselves?
(a) The foyer.
(b) The parlor.
(c) The living room.
(d) The dining room.

11. What does Veta Simmons tell Elwood Dowd to do?
(a) Get out of her house.
(b) Quit playing games.
(c) Help in the kitchen.
(d) Wait in the parlor.

12. What does Betty Chumley tell the sanitarium staff about Harvey?
(a) His name and preferences for making friends.
(b) His name and that he's a Pooka.
(c) His jacket and hat size.
(d) His name, height, and favorite foods.

13. With whom does Elwood Dowd consult about a potential dinner with Ethel Chauvenet?
(a) Myrtle Mae Simmons.
(b) Harvey.
(c) Veta Simmons.
(d) Dr. William Chumley.

14. According to the dialogue in this scene between Veta SImmons and Ethel Chauvenet, do the two women see each other often?
(a) No.
(b) Yes, about once a month.
(c) Yes, about twice a week.
(d) Yes, everyday.

15. What is the probable reason why Veta Simmons wants to get in with the town's society crowd?
(a) To find a good husband for her daughter, Myrtle Mae Simmons.
(b) To get better psychiatric care for Elwood Dowd.
(c) To improve her financial status.
(d) To hold frequent book readings in her home.

Short Answer Questions

1. Throughout the dialogue between Myrtle Mae Simmons and her mother, what do we learn about their attitude towards Elwood Dowd?

2. How is Elwood Dowd dressed when we first see him?

3. Who does Elwood Dowd say that Harvey would like?

4. What does Myrtle Mae Simmons wonder aloud about her uncle, Eldwood Dowd?

5. Who does Dr. Lyman Sanderson believe needs immediate treatment?

(see the answer keys)

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