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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, does Visitor tell Woman at the end of 'Suitcase', is her final obstacle?
(a) A quest.
(b) Getting out of jail.
(d) Her mind.
2. What does Visitor believe the suitcase responds to in 'Suitcase'?
(a) The sun.
(b) The passing traffic.
(c) The women's conversation.
(d) The moon.
3. Woman claims the object she brings into the room is one thing. What does the audience watching 'Suitcase' realize the object is?
(b) A man.
(c) A plate of fruit.
(d) A suitcase.
4. What does Woman propose they spray on the suitcase?
5. What does Visitor ask Woman for when the suitcase begins to make noise?
(a) A kleenex.
(b) A knife.
(c) Her husband's phone number.
(d) More information.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Visitor tell Woman the suitcase is testing?
2. What does Woman think about the suitcase?
3. What is the object Woman brings into the room in 'Suitcase' made of?
4. What does Visitor determine by looking at the suitcase's lock?
5. What does Woman tell Visitor is being delivered later in the evening?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Woman want to spray on the suitcase and why does Visitor not want to?
2. What does Woman ask Visitor about towards the end of the play that convinces Visitor to stay. What is Visitor's response to the question?
3. What comment does Hippie Girl make about the world?
4. In the play 'Suitcase', who does the suitcase belong to? What does this person say is in the suitcase?
5. What does the person on the roof tell Woman from Hell and who confirms his story?
6. What does Woman says is stuck on Visitor's Elbow?
7. What does Boxer prefer to drink and put on his shoes before he enters the ring?
8. What does Boxer promise to do with his life in round four?
9. Why does Hippie Boy agree to sell the stick?
10. Why does Visitor think that whatever is in the suitcase is alive?
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