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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. How much time has passed since Gallimard's last meeting with Song by Scene 13?
(a) Eight weeks.
(b) Nine weeks.
(c) Eight months.
(d) Nine months.
2. What event is going on in Scene 12?
(a) A meeting.
(b) A crowning.
(c) A reception.
(d) An opera performance.
3. How long did it take before Gallimard went to see Song perform at the opera house?
(a) Four days.
(b) Four weeks.
(c) Five weeks.
(d) Four months.
4. What it the setting of Scene 6?
(a) His flat in Paris.
(b) The Australian ambassador's house.
(c) The German ambassador's house.
(d) His flat in Beijing.
5. What does Song tell Gallimard she feels about his presence?
Short Answer Questions
1. How large is Gallimard's cell?
2. In Madame Butterfly, what are the last words Butterfly sings before she kills herself?
3. What does Toulon believe about Gallimard?
4. According to Gallimard, how does Manuel Toulon think of himself?
5. What does Gallimard say about Song's performance?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Song's invitation to for Gallimardto enter her apartment so serious for her?
2. Why does Toulon choose to put forth Gallimard's choices and opinions to his superiors in intelligence instead of his own?
3. Why does Gallimard want Song to say she is his Butterfly?
4. What does Song say she wants to do by the end of her encounter with Chin in Act 2, Scene 9? Is this her own choice?
5. Is it ever clear if Gallimard knew Song was a man?
6. What does Gallimard mean when he says he has become a celebrity?
7. In the plot of the opera Madame Butterfly, what is the relationship between Pinkerton and Sharpless? How does that story relate to Gallimard?
8. Why does Song speak in Italian at the end of Act 1?
9. Why did Toulon send Gallimard back to France?
10. In the story of Madame Butterfly, how is Butterfly treated by Pinkerton?
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