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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Lisa' sister?
2. How does Heidi open her presentation in Act 2, Scene 4?
(a) With a comical description of a middle-aged man.
(b) With a comical description of a women who does it all.
(c) With a comical description of meeting someone at a bar.
(d) With a comical description of her friend Scoop.
3. Who else has been invited to this lunch with Heidi and her friend in Act 2, Scene 3?
4. What does Heidi like from the same artist that she criticizes in the Prologue to Act 2?
(a) The children in the painting.
(b) The use of black and red in the painting.
(d) The use of light and color.
5. What is Heidi's primary reason for leaving New York in Act 2, Scene 5?
(a) Heidi is tired of her friends and wants to move on.
(b) No romantic interest and no reason to stay.
(c) Heidi is following a boyfriend who is moving.
(d) Heidi is tired of traffic.
6. What is the agenda of this lunch between Heidi and her friend in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) To ask Heidi to consider a blind date.
(b) To ask Heidi to talk to Scoop.
(c) To ask Heidi to be a consultant for Susan's new show.
(d) To ask Heidi to move to California.
7. What are Susan's feelings regarding the women's movement in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) Susan wishes women took it more seriously.
(b) Susan views it as outdated.
(c) Susan wants to protest.
(d) Susan wants to punish men.
8. Why does Heidi think the artist is "copping out" in the Prologue to Act 2?
(a) By painting farm scenes.
(b) By posing men above women.
(c) By refusing to paint real women.
(d) For drawing the head in traditional male portraiture.
9. What is Heidi doing in the prologue to Act 2?
(a) Lecturing to her class at Columbia.
(b) Having coffee with Susan.
(c) Visiting her parents.
(d) Visiting with Scoop and Lisa.
10. What does Scoop try to do at the end of Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) Invite the two to have lunch with him.
(b) Tries to ask April out for lunch.
(c) Tries unsuccessfully to talk to Peter.
(d) Chase Heidi out the door.
11. How does Heidi differentiate the paintings in the prologue of Act 2 as uniquely female?
(a) The colors are softer.
(b) Women slightly removed, yet watching closely.
(c) The primary characters are female in the paintings.
(d) Edges are jagged.
12. Who is Susan's new assistant in Act 2, Scene 3?
13. What does Heidi prefer that an artist do?
(a) Lose her edge in favor of paint and light.
(b) Not paint unless she is talented.
(c) Display her work in a gallery.
(d) Paint landscape.
14. What does Heidi say about feminism during this presentation?
(a) That feminism is for social equality.
(b) That men should participate in the journey.
(c) The point of feminism is that no woman should ever feel stranded.
(d) That it is a lost cause.
15. Who does Heidi come to tell good-bye in Act 2, Scene 5?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the topic of the new show that Susan and Denise are developing in Act 2, Scene 3?
2. Where is Heidi in Act 2, Scene 5?
3. What event is taking place in Act 2, Scene 1, that brings the friends back together?
4. What year does Act 2, Scene 4 take place in?
5. What are Heidi's feelings toward other women in Act 2, Scene 4?
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