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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Billy's old black neighbor in "Skin"?
2. The protagonist of "4.48 Psychosis" paints a bleak portrait of the hospital where she was last treated, all ____ and cloying doctors appraising her.
3. The character C in "Crave" no longer speaks to whom?
(a) Her mother.
(b) Her aunt.
(c) Her sister.
(d) Her brother.
4. Who dies in the ending of "Crave"?
5. Who does the protagonist wish well before dying in "4.48 Psychosis"?
(a) Her daughter.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her brother.
(d) Her sister.
6. Over breakfast, Billy comments on the ingredients of what in "Skin"?
(a) Hash browns.
(b) Blood pudding.
7. In Part 1 of "Crave", M describes getting drunk and sleeping with strangers until what?
(a) She found god.
(b) She got married.
(c) She became pregnant.
(d) She got herpes.
8. What comes from a Turkish word meaning "a chain of wooded mountains"?
9. Who browbeats the protagonist for drinking too much and sleeping around in Part 2 of "Crave"?
10. In Part 2 of "Crave", C and M discuss physical manifestations of depression, from nausea to what?
11. Who goes to watch the Woman dance in Scene 11 of "Cleansed"?
12. In contrast to A, B is more what in "Crave"?
13. What does Billy show a little black boy in the cafe at breakfast in "Skin"?
(a) A swastika.
(b) A rope.
(c) A peace sign.
(d) A dagger.
14. Who indicates that he could not go on if his daughter killed herself in Part 2 of "Crave"?
15. The dynamic of C and who has reversed in Part 2 of "Crave"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What sprouts across the stage as Tinker enters in Scene 10 of "Cleansed"?
2. In what room does Scene 12 of "Cleansed" take place?
3. Where does Scene 10 of "Cleansed" take place?
4. What does the protagonist of "4.48 Psychosis" consider the truest thing she does?
5. The protagonist of "4.48 Psychosis" claims that at 4:48 a.m., everything becomes what for a time?
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