Prologue to Act 1
1. In what year does the prologue take place?
2. What does Heidi teach?
(a) Women's issues.
(b) Art history.
(c) World civilization.
(d) British literature.
3. In this prologue, what is Heidi's topic addressing?
(b) The Middle Ages.
(c) Great women of art.
(d) Great literature of the 20th century.
4. Which of the following painters are specifically mentioned by Heidi in her class?
(b) Thomas Hart Benton.
(c) Grandma Moses.
(d) Sofonisba Anguissola.
5. Who does Heidi consider the greatest artist of the 17th century?
(a) Grandma Moses.
(b) Sofonishba Anguissola.
(c) Clara Peters.
(d) Lily Martin Spencer.
6. What population is specifically NOT mentioned in any of Heidi's art history textbooks?
(a) Pioneer artists.
(b) Male artists before the 15th century.
(c) Women artists.
(d) Artists of the Renaissance.
7. In what city is Heidi during the Prologue?
(b) New York.
8. Which one of the following artists does Heidi criticize?
(a) Lily Martin Spencer.
(b) Clara Peters.
(c) Zona Rosa.
(d) Daniel Pollera.
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