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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 theme does Tralala's character introduce into the book?
(a) The dangers of repressing one's true feelings.
(b) The sexuality of women.
(c) Anger of a woman.
(d) That innocence can be found in anyone.
2. What does this particular story examine?
(a) The tragedy of life.
(b) The circle of life.
(c) The circle of tragedy.
(d) The sadness of life.
3. Because his wife is taking too long in the bathroom, what does Vinnie decide to do?
(a) Urinate out of the window.
(b) Yell at his wife.
(c) Beat down the door.
(d) Goes back to sleep.
4. Whenever Abe comes home after a long night of drinking, how does he interact with his family?
(a) He tells them drunkenly how much he loves them.
(b) He falls alseep as they try to share their day.
(c) He sneaks in hoping they won't notice.
(d) He screams at them.
5. What is her plan with her friends?
(a) To teach them how to turn tricks.
(b) She lures the men outside of Greeks and then her friends attack him.
(c) She would like to go out dancing.
(d) She wants them to also become prostitutes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Tralala normally do at Greeks?
2. What makes the foremen angry with Harry?
3. How do the superiors react to Harry as a union rep?
4. What does Doggie beg of Tralala?
5. How does Tralala distinguish herself from other women?
Short Essay Questions
1. As a result of her time in Times Square, what does she begin to do?
2. What does Lucy feel she has little control over?
3. While Abe goes out with a woman named Lucy, what does Nancy do?
4. When Harry no longer has an outlet for his repressed sexual feelings, what does he do?
5. Why does Irene enjoy going to work?
6. What is Tralala unable to show to the sailor, Doggie?
7. Why does Lucy get very angry at her husband?
8. How does Harry pay for his actions?
9. Why does Vinnie decide to tease Harry?
10. Why is Tralala angry when Harry leaves?
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