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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 else is Heidi discontented with in the Prologue to Act 2?
(a) Heidi's new romantic interest.
(b) Peter's move to San Diego.
(c) Direction of feminism in pop culture.
(d) Scoop's marriage to Lisa.
2. What event is taking place in Act 2, Scene 1, that brings the friends back together?
(a) Susan's wedding.
(b) Heidi's graduation from graduate school.
(c) Peter's graduation from medical school.
(d) Lisa's baby shower.
3. What is the purpose of the organization that Heidi directs in Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) Finding homes for battered women.
(b) Scholarships for young women.
(c) Recognizing American women artists.
(d) Feeding the poor.
4. What does Heidi say about feminism during this presentation?
(a) That it is a lost cause.
(b) The point of feminism is that no woman should ever feel stranded.
(c) That feminism is for social equality.
(d) That men should participate in the journey.
5. How does Heidi differentiate the paintings in the prologue of Act 2 as uniquely female?
(a) Edges are jagged.
(b) The colors are softer.
(c) Women slightly removed, yet watching closely.
(d) The primary characters are female in the paintings.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of talk was the audience expecting from Heidi in Act 2, Scene 4?
2. What symbolizes Heidi's discontent with the direction of feminism in the Prologue to Act 2?
3. Who does Heidi come to tell good-bye in Act 2, Scene 5?
4. Where does Heidi compare herself to other women?
5. Where has Heidi been since Lisa and Scoop's wedding?
Short Essay Questions
1. In terms of relationships, what are differences between Lisa and Heidi?
2. What is happening during Heidi and Susan's lunch in 1984?
3. How are the two paintings that Heidi is discussing with her art history class in the Prologue to Act 2 similar?
4. What is Heidi's preference for an artist to do?
5. What happens during the show, "Hello New York" during Act 2, Scene 2?
6. What is Heidi missing from other women?
7. Susan and Denise have something in mind for a television show. What do they want to do and how do they want Heidi to become involved?
8. Prior to the alumni association luncheon in Act 2, Scene 4, what has been the purpose of Heidi's adult life?
9. What views of feminism does Heidi end up sharing in her speech?
10. What is Heidi's view of her role in feminism?
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