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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. How does Heidi differentiate the paintings in the prologue of Act 2 as uniquely female?
(a) The colors are softer.
(b) Edges are jagged.
(c) Women slightly removed, yet watching closely.
(d) The primary characters are female in the paintings.
2. Who does Heidi come to tell good-bye in Act 2, Scene 5?
3. What symbolizes Heidi's discontent with the direction of feminism in the Prologue to Act 2?
(a) Heidi's reaction to Scoop's discussion of Lisa.
(b) Criticism of the painter who fell back on traditional lines when drawing the head.
(c) Heidi's reaction to Susan's new job.
(d) Heidi's reaction to Peter's lifestyle.
4. What title did Peter Petrone receive in Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) Most eligible bachelor.
(b) Best pediatrician in New York under the age of 40.
(c) Most handsome doctor in New York.
(d) Most improved medical student.
5. What is the topic of the new show that Susan and Denise are developing in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) Successful women attorneys.
(b) Successful women artists.
(c) Starting your own business.
(d) Single women and whether they regret their choices.
Short Answer Questions
1. What else is Heidi discontented with in the Prologue to Act 2?
2. How does Heidi open her presentation in Act 2, Scene 4?
3. Based on her friend's reaction at the end of Act 2, Scene 5, what does Heidi decide to do?
4. What is the purpose of the organization that Heidi directs in Act 2, Scene 2?
5. What does Heidi do to comfort her friend during Act 2, Scene 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. Heidi, Scoop and Peter are invited to Susan's morning news show two years later. What is the topic of discussion?
2. What decision does Heidi make in Scene 5, Act 2, regarding her future and why?
3. What is Heidi so critical of in the painting she is discussing in the Prologue to Act 2?
4. What has happened in Heidi's life while she's been in Europe?
5. What is Heidi's topic of her speech in 1986 to her high school alumni association?
6. How are the two paintings that Heidi is discussing with her art history class in the Prologue to Act 2 similar?
7. What has been going on in Scoop and Lisa's lives since their wedding?
8. What has happened to Susan's feminist point of view?
9. Prior to the alumni association luncheon in Act 2, Scene 4, what has been the purpose of Heidi's adult life?
10. In terms of relationships, what are differences between Lisa and Heidi?
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