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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. On which body part of Visitor is the hair from the animal?
(a) Her elbow.
(b) Her leg.
(c) Her head.
(d) Her shoulder.
2. What is the object Woman brings into the room in 'Suitcase' made of?
3. What does the audience learn about the character named Woman at the opening of 'Suitcase'?
(a) She is dying.
(b) She has 5 children.
(c) She is married.
(d) She is divorced.
4. How does Woman react to Visitor's suggestion about her husband's ancestors?
(a) She screams.
(c) She begins to cry.
5. How much does the suitcase weigh?
(a) 22 lbs.
(b) It is heavy.
(c) It is almost weightless.
(d) 35 lbs.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Woman think about the suitcase?
2. What does the audience learn about the character named Visitor at the start of 'Suitcase'?
3. Why can't Woman ignore the suitcase?
4. Who does Woman say is in the suitcase?
5. How many characters are on stage when 'Suitcase' opens?
Short Essay Questions
1. What will happen if Boxer loses this fight?
2. What does Boxer think of his lifestyle? What are some of his daily routines?
3. What do Man and Woman from Hell lecture the audience about at the end of 'The Man who Became a Stick'?
4. What speech does the suitcase make that the end of the play?
5. What falls from the sky at the start of 'The Man Who Turned into a Stick'? What does the audience realize the object is?
6. What does the offstage voice in 'Suitcase' warn the women not to lose? How does voice describe the item he does not want them to lose?
7. How does Woman from Hell feel about the stick? What does Man from Hell warn her about?
8. What does Woman do at the end of the play instead of looking in the suitcase?
9. What was the message Boxer received in his fortune cookies? Who did he tell about it?
10. Who are the characters in 'The Man Who Turned into a Stick'?
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