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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Heidi prefer that an artist do?
(a) Lose her edge in favor of paint and light.
(b) Paint landscape.
(c) Not paint unless she is talented.
(d) Display her work in a gallery.
2. Why does Heidi think the artist is "copping out" in the Prologue to Act 2?
(a) By painting farm scenes.
(b) By refusing to paint real women.
(c) For drawing the head in traditional male portraiture.
(d) By posing men above women.
3. What does this Prologue to Act 2 foreshadow?
(a) Conclusions Heidi comes to on her journey in the 1980's.
(b) Heidi ending her relationship with Scoop.
(c) Heidi's marriage.
(d) Heidi's job change.
4. Who else has been invited to this lunch with Heidi and her friend in Act 2, Scene 3?
5. What kind of talk was the audience expecting from Heidi in Act 2, Scene 4?
(a) Persuasive, so they would contribute monetarily.
(b) Fist-pounding and lecturing.
(c) Nice and polite.
(d) One full of school memories.
6. What is the name of the morning show that Heidi appears on?
(a) "Early Show New York."
(b) "Hello, New York."
(c) "Good morning, Chicago."
(d) "AM San Diego."
7. Who is Lisa' sister?
8. What does Heidi do to comfort her friend during Act 2, Scene 5?
(a) Heidi gets a drink for her friend.
(b) Heidi takes her friend to lunch.
(c) Heidi gives her friend a hug.
(d) Heidi initiates the conversation they shared at their high school dance.
9. What are Susan's feelings regarding the women's movement in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) Susan wants to punish men.
(b) Susan views it as outdated.
(c) Susan wants to protest.
(d) Susan wishes women took it more seriously.
10. What is Heidi's lunch partner constantly doing during lunch in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) Criticizing Heidi.
(b) Talking about their new lover.
(c) Complaining about their life.
(d) Working the room.
11. What organization does Heidi direct during Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) Women's Art.
(b) Feminism Lives.
(c) Women in Action.
(d) Women for a Change.
12. What is Susan's next career move in Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) State judge.
(b) Attorney general for the state.
(c) Executive vice president for a production company in Los Angeles.
(d) Reality TV star.
13. What is the agenda of this lunch between Heidi and her friend in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) To ask Heidi to talk to Scoop.
(b) To ask Heidi to move to California.
(c) To ask Heidi to consider a blind date.
(d) To ask Heidi to be a consultant for Susan's new show.
14. How does Heidi differentiate the paintings in the prologue of Act 2 as uniquely female?
(a) Edges are jagged.
(b) Women slightly removed, yet watching closely.
(c) The primary characters are female in the paintings.
(d) The colors are softer.
15. What symbolizes Heidi's discontent with the direction of feminism in the Prologue to Act 2?
(a) Criticism of the painter who fell back on traditional lines when drawing the head.
(b) Heidi's reaction to Peter's lifestyle.
(c) Heidi's reaction to Scoop's discussion of Lisa.
(d) Heidi's reaction to Susan's new job.
Short Answer Questions
1. What else is Heidi discontented with in the Prologue to Act 2?
2. What is Heidi doing in the prologue to Act 2?
3. In the Prologue to Act 2, what is Heidi critical of in terms of feminism?
4. What does Heidi like from the same artist that she criticizes in the Prologue to Act 2?
5. What is Heidi currently doing during Act 2, Scene 3?
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