Act 1, Scenes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
1. From what location is Gallimard narrating his story?
(a) His flat in Beijing.
(b) A courtroom in Paris.
(c) His flat in Paris.
(d) A prison cell in Paris.
2. In the first scene of the play, how old is Gallimard?
3. How large is Gallimard's cell?
(a) 4 1/2 feet by 5 feet.
(b) 4 feet by 5 feet.
(c) 4 1/2 meters by 5 meters.
(d) 3 meters by 5 meters.
4. In Scene 1, in what city is Gallimard residing?
(a) Paris, France.
(b) Beijing, China.
(c) Versailles, France.
(d) Shanghai, China.
5. In grammar school, what title was Gallimard given?
(a) "Least likely to be invited to a party."
(b) "Least likely to kiss a girl."
(c) "Least popular."
(d) "Least likely to succeed."
6. What does Gallimard consider himself to be?
(a) A celebrity.
(b) An old man.
(c) A failure.
(d) A perfect man.
7. What is the setting of Scene 2?
(a) A party in a chic parlor.
(b) The streets of Beijing.
(c) A courtroom.
(d) A flat in China.
8. What do the three people in Scene 2 think of Gallimard?
(a) They think he is inspiring.
(b) They think he is dangerous.
(c) They believe he is a handsome man.
(d) They believe he is not good looking.
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