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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who announces to the family that the dinner guests are about to enter the parlor?
2. Who discreetly agrees with Birdie's dislike for her husband's hobby?
3. Who thinks Horace is holding out for more than a third of the deal?
4. Who does Birdie want to run an errand for her?
(b) One of the farm hands.
(d) One of the kitchen boys.
5. How does the Hubbard family acquire the Lionnet?
(a) Through squatter's rights.
(b) By marriage.
(c) Through auction.
(d) They stole the deed.
6. What drink does the butler bring into the parlor in Act 1?
7. Who halts Birdie's errand request?
8. What does Birdie say she wants to do with her money?
(a) Buy a pecan farm.
(b) Ride horses in Savannah.
(c) Travel and hunt.
(d) Restore an old plantation.
9. What was the special occasion in Act 1?
(a) The return of Horace from the hospital.
(b) A relative visiting from far away.
(c) Zan's birthday.
(d) A special guest discussing business.
10. Who is disgusted by the idea of the unlikely marriage?
11. What unlikely marriage would make the family very happy?
(a) Alexandra and Leo.
(b) Addie and Cal.
(c) Birdie and Horace.
(d) Regina and Mr. Marshall.
12. What does Birdie want retrieved from her house?
(a) Some sheet music.
(b) An album.
(c) A compact disc.
(d) A book.
13. What played a role in the fall of the Lionnet?
(a) The Civil War.
(b) The Spanish-American War.
(c) The Revolutionary War.
(d) World War I.
14. What does Ben say he wants to do with his money?
(a) Buy a stable in Savannah.
15. Who does the slapping in Act 1?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who plays piano for Mr. Marshall?
2. What surprises and pleases Mr. Marshall about the family's hometown?
3. Who particularly likes the idea of the unlikely marriage?
4. What does Alexandra say in Act 1 that irritates her mother?
5. What is Horace's initial response to his family's communications?
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