Final Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Henry objects to Sergeant Sam, but what happens?
2. How does Henry change his tactics with Sam?
3. After Henry deals with the chicken problem, how does Lydian respond to this gesture?
4. What does Waldo ask after he accuses Henry of resigning from the human race?
5. What does the audience learn about Williams once he leaves Walden Pond?
The first act of Lawrence and Lees' play develops the characters and themes that made it one of the most controversial and successful plays of the late-1960s.
Part 1) Who is the protagonist? How does he or she change throughout this play?
Part 2) What are two of the themes in this play?
Part 3) Describe the importance of these two themes and how they relate to the characters in this play.
One of the most important elements of Henry's character is his irreverent sense of humor.
Part 1) Give an example from the play showing his sense of humor.
Part 2) How does Henry use his sense of humor to reveal his beliefs?
Part 3) As the first act progresses, Henry's use of humor becomes less about wit and more about bitter social or political commentary. Give an example from the play to support this statement.
The idea of isolation is absolutely essential.
Part 1) When do we first see Henry as an isolationist?
Part 2) What does this isolation do to Henry's abilities to fight injustice?
Part 3) What change does he make to better fight injustice?
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