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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 piece of information does Peter share with Heidi in Chicago?
(a) He is gay.
(b) He hates medical school.
(c) He is moving to Italy.
(d) He is about to be married.
2. What year does Act 1, Scene 5 open in?
3. Why does Susan make the decision that she chooses to announce in the church basement?
(a) Susan does not want to be lonely.
(b) To change the system.
(c) To see the world.
(d) To meet new friends.
4. What reason does Scoop give Heidi for not marrying her?
(a) He and Heidi would be competing for self-fulfillment.
(b) He loves Lisa.
(c) Heidi is too passive.
(d) Lisa is good for him.
5. In the Prologue to Act I, how does Heidi, in retrospect, view herself at the high school dance?
(a) Not as confident and as proactive as she is now.
(c) Looking for a boyfriend.
(d) Very assertive.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Heidi defend in Act 1, Scene 5?
2. What demand does Peter make of Heidi in Act 1, Scene 4?
3. In what decade does the high school take place?
4. What is Becky's story?
5. What talents do Heidi's friend's partner possess?
Short Essay Questions
1. What has Susan decided to do in Act, Scene 3 and why?
2. Describe the subject Heidi discusses in her class in 1989.
3. How does Heidi react to Susan's instructions?
4. What is the purpose of this Prologue to Act 1?
5. What is the background of Lisa, Scoop's new wife?
6. Describe Heidi's personality.
7. Describe at least two of the women who are present at the consciousness-raising discussion in the church basement.
8. What is Heidi doing at the beginning of Act 1, Scene 2?
9. What is one personality characteristic that Scoop sees in Heidi and how does he feel about this characteristic?
10. Susan gives Heidi very specific instructions on behavior at the dance. What instructions does Susan give Heidi?
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