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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 Butterfly use to kill herself in the opera?
(a) Her sleeves.
(b) A gun.
(c) A sword.
(d) A knife.
2. What does Gallimard ask Song?
(a) "Are you my Butterfly?"
(b) "Are you the one?"
(c) "Why me?"
(d) "Who is Butterfly?"
3. What does Song think of the story of Madame Butterfly?
(a) She thinks it is the perfect opera.
(b) She thinks it is ridiculous.
(c) She thinks it is boring.
(d) She thinks it is beautiful.
4. In Madame Butterfly, how old is Butterfly?
5. By whom does Gallimard believe he has been loved?
(a) The sweetest woman.
(b) The most beautiful woman.
(c) The perfect woman.
(d) The perfect man.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is different about the night that occurs in Scene 10?
2. What does Gallimard say about Song's performance?
3. How large is Gallimard's cell?
4. What song from Madame Butterfly underscores the scene in which Gallimard is reading Song's letters?
5. What does Marc compare a pool full of naked women to?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Song's invitation to for Gallimardto enter her apartment so serious for her?
2. What is the premise for Gallimard's favorite musical, Madame Butterfly?
3. Describe the character of Renee.
4. What does Gallimard's experience with Isabelle reflect his sex life as a whole?
5. In the end, who does Gallimard cast as the role of Madame Butterfly? Why?
6. During Act 2, Scene 2, Song explains that although China has ruled the world in the past, it would be much more exciting to rule the contemporary world. What does this foreshadow?
7. How do Gallimard and his wife agree in regards to their opinion of the Chinese people?
8. Why did Toulon send Gallimard back to France?
9. What is the difference of Toulon living "in China," and Gallimard living "with the Chinese?"
10. How is Gallimard talked out of seeing the doctor?
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