1. What country is Flora traveling around in the opening scene?
2. What method of communication does Flora use to narrate her journey?
3. What is the name of the town where Flora met Mr. Coomaraswami?
4. For which society is Mr. Coomaraswami the President?
(a) The Psychological Society.
(b) The Radical Society.
(c) The Theosophical Society.
(d) The Philosphical Society.
5. What does Mr. Coomaraswami promise to take Flora on the following day?
(a) A picnic.
(b) A swim.
(c) A bicycle ride.
(d) A hike.
6. What is the name of Flora's sister?
(a) Mrs. Horace.
(b) Mrs. Pinkton.
(c) Mrs. Swan.
(d) Mrs. Bird.
7. What is Flora describing in the letter Pike and Mrs. Swan are reading?
(a) Her painting.
(b) Her car.
(c) Her bicycle.
(d) Her cottage.
8. What decade is Flora's part of the play set in?
(a) The 1950s.
(b) The 1940s.
(c) The 1930s.
(d) The 1960s.
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