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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did Ponza say about his mother-in-law, according to Amalia, in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) She was not well.
(b) She had left.
(c) She was not coming.
(d) She was out.

2. Who says, "Excuse me, Signora, for wondering how it is... with your daughter here... after such a blow... that... it seems to me that survivors would need to stand together . . . ?"
(a) Signora Frola.
(b) Signora Agazzi.
(c) Signora Laudisi.
(d) Signora Sirelli.

3. How many times does Dina say that she and Amalia have attempted to visit Senora Frola?
(a) Three times.
(b) Once.
(c) Twice.
(d) Four times.

4. How does Signora Frola communicate with her daughter?
(a) Letters from afar.
(b) From the courtyard.
(c) From the terrace.
(d) By telephone.

5. Who has seen Ponza's wife in the village in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) Laudisi.
(b) Sirelli.
(c) Agazzi.
(d) No one.

6. Who calls Ponza's behavior cruelty in Act 1, Scene 4?
(a) Agazzi.
(b) Signora Frola.
(c) Dina.
(d) Signora Ponza.

7. Who arrives unexpectedly in Act 1, Scene 4?
(a) Signora Frola.
(b) Signora Zici.
(c) Signora Ponza.
(d) Signora Mancini.

8. Who says, "You don't mean to say you understand it if a mother--unable to bear being away from the daughter--follows her and then is compelled to live apart from her in a city where after all she's a stranger too?"
(a) Agazzi.
(b) Amalia.
(c) Laudisi.
(d) Dina.

9. How many children does Signora Frola say that her daughter has?
(a) One.
(b) Three.
(c) None.
(d) Two.

10. Why does Signora Frola say she and her daughter choose not to see one another in Act 1, Scene 4?
(a) For Ponza's sake.
(b) For her sanity.
(c) For each other's sake.
(d) For her health.

11. Who says, "As a daughter, I don't claim my mother would climb ninety or a hundred stairs for me, but I wouldn't be satisfied with seeing her, without feeling her near me?"
(a) Amalia.
(b) Dina.
(c) Signora Ponza.
(d) Signora Frola.

12. What goes up and down between Signora Frola and her daughter by ropes?
(a) Letters.
(b) Love.
(c) Ignorance.
(d) Flowers.

13. Who says, "I thought she was trying to protect her son-in-law from suspicion. That seemed to be the whole aim of her visit?"
(a) Sirelli.
(b) Laudisi.
(c) Ponza.
(d) Agazzi.

14. What does Sirelli call Ponza in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) A gold-mine.
(b) A goat.
(c) A monkey.
(d) A boor.

15. What does Laudisi say to do with "what other people see and touch even if it's the opposite of what you see and touch?"
(a) Respect.
(b) Believe.
(c) Put down.
(d) Disbelieve.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who is Agazzi's daughter?

2. Whose name does Laudisi forget several times in Act 1, Scene 2?

3. Who does the Butler show in at the beginning of Act 1, Scene 2?

4. Who is Ponza always seen with?

5. Who is Amalia married to?

(see the answer keys)

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