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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. Who is being beaten in Scene 10 of "Cleansed"?
2. What does Tinker administer to Grace in Scene 12 of "Cleansed"?
3. The dialogue in "Crave" implies that C was sexually abused by whom?
(a) Her father and grandfather.
(b) Her grandfater.
(c) Her uncle.
(d) Her father.
4. In Part 1 of "Crave", M describes getting drunk and sleeping with strangers until what?
(a) She got married.
(b) She got herpes.
(c) She found god.
(d) She became pregnant.
5. C in "Crave" suspects the only meaningful thing she will do is what?
(a) Write a book.
(c) Have children.
(d) Get married.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. Who is Billy's old black neighbor in "Skin"?
3. What sprouts across the stage as Tinker enters in Scene 10 of "Cleansed"?
4. In Part 2 of "4.48 Psychosis", the protagonist counts down from 100 by what?
5. What young skinhead girl opens the door to Billy in "Skin"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What character does M take on in the second half of "Crave"? How does A change in Part 2?
2. How does Tinker attempt to help Grace in the second half of "Cleansed"?
3. Why is Grace beaten in Scene 10 of "Cleansed"? Who appears to her in this scene?
4. What takes place while Billy is at Marcia's apartment in "Skin"?
5. Where do the skinheads cause a brawl in "Skin"? Where does Billy flee?
6. Discuss the character dynamic in the first half of "Crave." Who pursues who?
7. What theme is central in the play "4.48 Psychosis"? How does this tie to the other plays of the anthology?
8. What is the central theme of "Crave"? How is this illustrated through the characters?
9. What happens at the cafe in "Skin"?
10. For whom did Kane write "Skin"? Who is the film's central character?
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