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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 defines the set direction for Act 1?
(b) Very detailed.
(d) There is none.
2. As the Sergeant hassles the Young Woman in Act 1, the Officer reminds him that these women are not _________.
3. What does the guard instruct the Prisoner to tell the Old Woman to do?
(a) To stop flirting with the guards.
(b) To leave.
(c) To give him food.
(d) To speak the official language.
4. What time did the women arrive at the prison?
(b) 5 PM.
(c) 9 AM.
(d) 7 AM.
5. What is the prisoner's relationship with the Old Woman?
(a) He's her husband.
(b) They're old friends.
(c) She's his lawyer.
(d) He's her son.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the Young Woman's first complaint?
2. When the Old Woman and Prisoner begin to speak, what happens to the stage lights?
3. What is the primary emotion in the old Woman and the Prisoner's conversation?
4. Who instituted the new language outlaw?
5. The officers are meant to represent:
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Sarah and Charly communicate in Act 3?
2. What is the Young Woman's first complaint to the Officer?
3. What is the guard's attitude toward the Old Woman and her son?
4. Why are the two women at the prison?
5. What is the Young Woman's second complaint to the Officer?
6. What do the soldiers represent?
7. What is the attitude of "the capital?"
8. What is the significance of the names "Sarah" and "Charly"?
9. Why is the Sergeant annoyed when he enters in Act 3?
10. What will happen to these characters after the conclusion of Act 2?
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