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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 Dr. William Chumley want to know about Elwood Dowd?
(a) Where Elwood Dowd is.
(b) If Harvey is with Elwood Dowd.
(c) If Elwood Dowd would save him a seat at Charlie's Place.
(d) If Elwood Dowd really sees something the rest of them don't.
2. After several drinks, with whom did Dr. William Chumley get into an argument over who should pay?
(a) Veta Simmons.
(b) Elwood Dowd.
(d) The barkeep.
3. Who enters the scene after Elwood Dowd, Dr. Lyman Sanderson, and the nurse exit?
(a) Dr. William Chumley.
(b) Judge Gaffney.
(c) Veta Simmons.
4. What does Ruth Kelly ask Elwood Dowd when she first sees him in this scene?
(a) How Veta Simmons is doing.
(b) Where Dr. William Chumley is.
(c) Where the library is.
(d) How Harvey is doing.
5. What does Harvey look like, according to this scene?
(a) A giant rabbit with a hat and trenchcoat.
(b) A giant rabbit with a fez and a leather belt.
(c) A giant rabbit with a polka dot collar and red necktie.
(d) A giant rabbit with a spiked collar.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where has Wilson been searching for Elwood Dowd?
2. How does Elwood Dowd respond to Wilson's questions?
3. How does Wilson react toward Elwood Dowd when he sees him?
4. Where does Elwood Dowd say Dr. William Chumley found him?
5. In this scene, Dr. William Chumley and Judge Gaffney visit whom upstairs in the Dowd mansion?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Veta Simmons' reasoning for why she was committed instead of Elwood Dowd?
2. What is Elwood Dowd's reaction to the parcel brought out by Myrtle Mae Simmons?
3. With whom does Elwood Dowd speak to on the phone when he arrives home and what does he talk about?
4. Why is Myrtle Mae Simmons surprised when Judge Gaffney arrives at the Dowd home?
5. Why do you think Wilson is agitated when he finally locates Elwood Dowd back at Chumley's Rest?
6. How does Dr. William Chumley get escorted out of Charlie's Place, according to Elwood Dowd?
7. Who enters the sanitarium toward the end of this scene? What is this person's emotional state?
8. Veta Simmons and Dr. William Chumley argue a great deal in this scene. What in general is the argument about?
9. In his phone conversation home in this scene, what does Elwood Dowd want to know?
10. When Elwood Dowd mentions to Ruth Kelly that he has things he needs to do, what is he referring to?
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