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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who did not show up to meet Nat on Friday?
2. Where did Clara meet Nat on Friday?
(a) The Retirement Home.
(b) Her house.
(c) The Socialist's Club.
(d) The park.
3. What does the Cowboy call Midge?
(a) Buffalo Bill.
(b) Roy Rogers.
(c) Mr. Rogers.
(d) Mr. Noboby.
4. What did Midge injure in his run-in with the Cowboy?
(a) His wrist.
(b) His hip.
(c) His arm.
(d) His shoulder.
5. What kind of hat is the Cowboy wearing?
6. Who does Nat tell the Cowboy Laurie is?
(a) His nephew.
(b) His cousin.
(c) His sister.
(d) His daughter.
7. What is Midge disappointed about not getting at his job?
(a) A stool.
(b) Christmas tips.
(c) A gold watch.
(d) A set of keys.
8. Who says, "Tell me the truth; Gilley's back, ain't he?"
9. What does Midge show as a trophy to Nat in Act 2 Scene 3?
(a) A knife.
(b) A piece of buckskin fringe.
(c) A badge of honor.
(d) A cigar.
10. What song is playing at the beginning of Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) "It Was a Year to Remember."
(b) "Little Drummer Boy."
(c) "The Sidewalks of New York."
(d) "Break Away Caroline."
11. How long does the Cowboy say he's seen Nat and Midge here?
(a) Four days.
(b) Two weeks.
(c) Two days.
(d) A week.
12. What does Midge have with him in Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) A briefcase.
(b) A walker.
(c) A gun.
(d) A quad-cane.
13. What does the Cowboy grab to shake Nat with?
(a) His cane.
(b) His coat.
(c) His scarf.
(d) His shoulders.
14. What has Nat begun calling Midge later in the play?
(d) Buffalo Bill.
15. What is the false name Nat goes by in Act 2, Scene 2?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says, "City gone rotten, shills like you"?
2. Who says, "Please, I assure you, my wounds require no further salt . . ."?
3. When does Nat tell the Cowboy was "their last active year"?
4. Where does Nat tell Midge he really lives?
5. What does Nat do at the very end of the play?
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