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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. Why is Visitor confused that the suitcase causes Woman so much concern?
(a) Woman has more important troubles in her life.
(b) Visitor knows what is inside the suitcase.
(c) Woman knows the contents of the suitcase.
(d) It's only a suitcase.
2. What comment does Visitor make about Woman's marriage?
(a) The marriage is falling apart.
(b) It lacks passion.
(c) Woman found her soulmate.
(d) The marriage is strong.
3. What does the voice say can intimidate a smile?
(b) A dark cloud.
4. In 'Suitcase' what is Visitor not interested in speaking about?
5. How many characters are on stage when 'Suitcase' opens?
Short Answer Questions
1. What animal is the hair on Visitor from?
2. What does the offstage voice in 'Suitcase' compare the women's smiles too?
3. Who does Woman say is in the suitcase?
4. What question does Woman ask Visitor shortly after revealing the contents of the suitcase?
5. What does woman wonder out loud about Visitor?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the voice offstage tell Boxer in round one?
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 is Woman going to make her husband for dinner?
5. 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?
6. Why does Woman's husband say the suitcase should not upset Woman?
7. Does Boxer win or lose the fight at the end of the play?
8. What does the voice offstage in 'Suitcase' speak about? What facts does the voice reveal about the person he or she is speaking about?
9. Why does Boxer consider himself forgetful?
10. Who says "Once again, a man turned into a stick and vanished" and when in the play is this line spoken?
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