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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. Where does Scene 3 of "Cleansed" take place?
(a) The round room.
(b) The black room.
(c) The square room.
(d) The white room.
2. What does Carl ask Rod to accept in Scene 2 of "Cleansed"?
(a) His ring.
(b) His situation.
(c) His love.
3. What does Cate do after fainting in "Blasted"?
(a) Eats some food.
(b) Takes a nap.
(c) Laughs hysterically.
(d) Has a drink.
4. Where does Tinker inject Graham in Scene 1 of "Cleansed"?
(a) The eye.
(b) The ear.
(c) The foot.
(d) The arm.
5. Strophe says that she would die for what in Scene 5 of "Phaedra's Love"?
(a) The royal family.
(b) A true love.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where are Graham and Tinker in Scene 1 of "Cleansed"?
2. What does Phaedra eventually tell Hippolytus in Scene 4 of "Phaedra's Love"?
3. What does Strophe tell Hippolytus that Phaedra has accused him of in Scene 5 of "Phaedra's Love"?
4. Where was Sarah Kane born?
5. What does Ian do after he and Cate arrive at the hotel in "Blasted"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Sarah Kane's purpose in showing such graphic violence in "Blasted"?
2. How does Tinker attempt to help Grace in the second half of "Cleansed"?
3. What elements of the setting are revealed in greater detail in Scene 2 of "Blasted"?
4. Why does Kane cite the atrocities of the world in "4.48 Psychosis"? How does this relate to other plays of the anthology?
5. What happens at the cafe in "Skin"?
6. Where do the skinheads cause a brawl in "Skin"? Where does Billy flee?
7. Why does Phaedra consult a doctor about Hippolytus in Scene 2 of "Phaedra's Love"?
8. Who breaks into the hotel room in Scene 2 of "Blasted"? What does he do?
9. How does Ian restrain Cate in the room in Scene 2 of "Blasted"? What does he say to make her stay?
10. What is the setting of "Blasted"? What characters enter in Scene 1?
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