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Sarah Kane
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who goes to watch the Woman dance in Scene 11 of "Cleansed"?

2. Where does Scene 10 of "Cleansed" take place?

3. What does the protagonist of "4.48 Psychosis" want to do?

4. The depression of the protagonist in "4.48 Psychosis" renders her unable to do anything, even sex or what?

5. Who speaks bitterly of his loss in the final moments of "Crave"?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does "4.48 Psychosis" reflect an Aristotilian aesthetic?

2. What theme is central in the play "4.48 Psychosis"? How does this tie to the other plays of the anthology?

3. Where do the skinheads cause a brawl in "Skin"? Where does Billy flee?

4. What is the central theme of "Crave"? How does this relate to the other works in the anthology?

5. Why is Grace beaten in Scene 10 of "Cleansed"? Who appears to her in this scene?

6. In what state does the protagonist awaken in Part 2 of "4.48 Psychosis"?

7. What character does M take on in the second half of "Crave"? How does A change in Part 2?

8. What happens at the cafe in "Skin"?

9. How does Tinker attempt to help Grace in the second half of "Cleansed"?

10. What characters are central in the first half of "Crave"? What do they discuss?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Describe the setting and physical elements of "Crave". What does the author write by way of stage directions?

Essay Topic 2

Define the literary and dramatic terms "objective," "obstacle," "action," and "conflict." How do each of these apply in Scene 2 in "Blasted"?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss and describe the characters of Carl and Rod in the narrative as well as the theme of forbidden love. How do Carl and Rod represent this theme?

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