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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. The narrator's room in "4.48 Psychosis" describes her room at that time as crawling with what?
2. Who browbeats the protagonist for drinking too much and sleeping around in Part 2 of "Crave"?
3. In the second half of "Crave" who discusses the affairs he is having?
4. Who does Billy repeatedly hit with a brick until the police arrive in "Skin"?
(a) The groom.
(b) The bride.
(c) A little girl.
(d) A groomsman.
5. What does the doctor tell the protagonist in Part 2 of "4.48 Psychosis"?
(a) He is married.
(b) He can't be her friend.
(c) He loves her.
(d) He told her mother about them.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do the skinheads cause a brawl in "Skin"?
2. In "Crave", C is clearly a woman who has been damaged by what?
3. What refers to that possessing knowledge, especially esoteric knowledge of spiritual matters?
4. In the second half of "Crave", who discusses the disgust she feels with men and how she needs to be abused to have an orgasm?
5. In Scene 9 of "Cleansed", the Woman says she will be Tinker's friend if he does what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens at the cafe in "Skin"?
2. What character does M take on in the second half of "Crave"? How does A change in Part 2?
3. What is described in the introduction for "4.48 Psychosis"?
4. Discuss the character dynamic in the first half of "Crave." Who pursues who?
5. How does "4.48 Psychosis" reflect an Aristotilian aesthetic?
6. What is the central theme of "Crave"? How does this relate to the other works in the anthology?
7. How does the protagonist of "4.48 Psychosis" resemble Sarah Kane?
8. What does C discuss regarding men and sex in Part 2 of "Crave"?
9. In what state does the protagonist awaken in Part 2 of "4.48 Psychosis"?
10. Discuss the setting of "Crave." How does the setting evoke the play's themes?
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