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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the loud music in "The Cross" signify?
(a) A parade.
(b) A riot.
(c) A news broadcast.
(d) A concert.
2. Why are Charlotte and Alfred's friends remaining silent during his incarceration?
(a) They are afraid of being found guilty by association.
(b) They are all on holiday.
(c) They do not know where Alfred is.
(d) They have also been arrested.
3. What would happen if Alfred were to be labeled mentally defective?
(a) He would be put in an asylum.
(b) The arresting officers would be fired.
(c) He could not stand trial.
(d) They would be embarrassed.
4. Doug tells John that they shouldn't rely on __________________.
(a) Idle gossip.
(b) Their friends.
(c) Each other.
(d) A Stasi file.
5. Charlotte tells the group of reporters a story about _____________.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her father.
6. What gives Dieter Jorgensen clues about Charlotte's illness?
(a) Her tics.
(b) Her sleeping too much.
(c) Her storytelling.
(d) Her manic behavior.
7. Who accosts Charlotte as she leaves the TV studio?
(b) SS agents.
(c) Gay bashers.
(d) Street gang members.
8. A Stasi agent contends that "Park" has not given them anything substantial for __________________.
(a) 6 months.
(b) 12 years.
(c) 48 months.
(d) 3 years.
9. What does Alfred tell Charlotte to tell the Stasi when they come for her?
(a) Alfred will be moving to America.
(b) The clocks belong to the museum board.
(c) Alfred is on vacation.
(d) The clocks belong to Alfred.
10. What sound abruptly ends the sound of music playing as Act 2 begins?
(a) The slamming of a prison door.
(c) A gun shot.
(d) A dog barking.
11. What does Ziggy Fluss insinuate that Charlotte is trying to avoid by moving?
(a) Prosecution for a crime.
(b) A tarnished reputation.
(c) A love affair gone bad.
(d) Paying taxes.
12. Charlotte's mother had told her it was fine to ______________________.
(a) Study art.
(b) Open a museum.
(c) Live alone.
(d) Dress like a woman.
13. To what country does Charlotte say she is moving?
14. Who provides information about Charlotte and Alfred's clock sales to the Stasi?
(a) The FBI.
(b) The Antiquities Association.
(c) The CIA.
(d) Customs officials.
15. Why does Liptsch believe Charlotte should keep her medal?
(a) The government should not reverse an honor.
(b) Finger pointing will lead to disunity.
(c) Charlotte is getting old.
(d) Charlotte is very influential.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to John, Charlotte's story ___________________.
2. What does reporter Karl Henning ask Charlotte?
3. Who had Charlotte informed on?
4. What does Doug call the person Charlotte had informed on?
5. How long has Charlotte been a spy?
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