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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. In what room does Scene 12 of "Cleansed" take place?
(a) The white room.
(b) The black room.
(c) The red room.
(d) The round room.
2. Where does the protagonist of "4.48 Psychosis" always wander into, hoping to see her doctor?
(a) A library.
(b) A bookstore.
(c) A grocery store.
(d) A pub.
3. Who indicates that he could not go on if his daughter killed herself in Part 2 of "Crave"?
4. The dialogue in "Crave" implies that C was sexually abused by whom?
(a) Her father.
(b) Her uncle.
(c) Her grandfater.
(d) Her father and grandfather.
5. In the second half of "Crave" who discusses the affairs he is having?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Billy's old black neighbor tending in the beginning of "Skin"?
2. What young skinhead girl opens the door to Billy in "Skin"?
3. There are no what in "Crave"?
4. In Scene 8 of "Cleansed", Rod wonders aloud why Carl did what?
5. 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?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Tinker attempt to help Grace in the second half of "Cleansed"?
2. What characters are central in the first half of "Crave"? What do they discuss?
3. What plot threads emerge in the second half of "Cleansed"?
4. Why is Grace beaten in Scene 10 of "Cleansed"? Who appears to her in this scene?
5. What takes place while Billy is at Marcia's apartment in "Skin"?
6. In what state does the protagonist awaken in Part 2 of "4.48 Psychosis"?
7. Discuss the setting of "Crave." How does the setting evoke the play's themes?
8. Where do the skinheads cause a brawl in "Skin"? Where does Billy flee?
9. For whom did Kane write "Skin"? Who is the film's central character?
10. What is the central theme of "Crave"? How is this illustrated through the characters?
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