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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. Scoop is an editor for which newspaper?
(a) Los Angeles Times.
(b) Women United.
(c) Liberated Earth News.
(d) Brotherhood United.
2. What song is playing when Act 1, Scene 3 ends?
(b) Brown Sugar Blues.
(c) Beast of Burden.
(d) Can't Always Get What You Want.
3. In this prologue, what is Heidi's topic addressing?
(a) Great women of art.
(c) Great literature of the 20th century.
(d) The Middle Ages.
4. In Act I, Scene I, what element is used to convey Heidi's road to feminism?
5. What statement segues into Act I, Scene 1?
(a) "What more could women want?"
(b) "You've come a long way, baby."
(c) "You hang around waiting to see what might happen."
(d) "Hang onto your friend, nothing lasts forever."
Short Answer Questions
1. What primary thing do Heidi and her friend she meets at the high school dance have in common?
2. What decision does Susan announce at the women's group meeting in the church basement?
3. What year does Act 1, Scene 3 open in?
4. What one prediction does Scoop make at the party that involves Heidi?
5. What does Heidi decide to do at the end of the party?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Heidi and Peter meet?
2. When Fran invites Heidi to share, what does Heidi do?
3. What is Becky's story in Act 1, Scene 3?
4. What is the topic of conversation between Heidi and Scoop once Peter and Lisa head off to dance?
5. Describe the subject Heidi discusses in her class in 1989.
6. Describe Heidi's personality.
7. What is the significance of "Ladies Choice" at the dance?
8. Scoop Rosenbaum takes a sweeping view of Heidi's personality characteristics. Overall, what are Scoop's feelings towards Heidi? What does he admire?
9. Describe Susan's reason for being at the high school dance in 1965.
10. How does Heidi approach the group at the women's consciousness rap group in the church basement?
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