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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. Why does Becky question Jill when Jill makes her offer?
(a) Jill does not have a home.
(b) Jill is unemployed.
(c) Jill has a family.
(d) Jill has said she wants to take care of herself.
2. How does Heidi begin her path toward feminism?
(a) As a passive creature, waiting to see what would happen.
(b) Questioning authority.
(c) Diving in with both feet.
3. What is Heidi's friend's reason for attending the dance?
(a) To become popular.
(b) To have refreshments.
(c) To smoke.
(d) To meet a boy.
4. Who does Heidi defend in Act 1, Scene 5?
5. What is Heidi attending when the play resumes in Act I, Scene 2?
(a) A movie.
(b) A dance.
(c) A march on Washington.
(d) An art history lecture.
Short Answer Questions
1. Scoop is an editor for which newspaper?
2. What is Heidi attending when Act 1, Scene 5 opens?
3. Where is Lisa from?
4. What year does Act 1, Scene 3 open in?
5. What is Heidi's high school friend doing in Chicago in Act 1, Scene 4?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Peter's emotional state when Heidi comes to tell him good-bye in the AIDS ward during Act 2, Scene 5?
2. Prior to the alumni association luncheon in Act 2, Scene 4, what has been the purpose of Heidi's adult life?
3. What is Heidi so critical of in the painting she is discussing in the Prologue to Act 2?
4. Heidi, Scoop and Peter are invited to Susan's morning news show two years later. What is the topic of discussion?
5. What is the purpose of this Prologue to Act 1?
6. What is Heidi's view of her role in feminism?
7. How do Heidi and Peter meet?
8. What are Scoop's future plans in Act 2, Scene 6 and why?
9. What has happened in Heidi's life while she's been in Europe?
10. Why does Heidi's old friend Peter show up at the protest?
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