Seascape Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Leslie ask is the purpose of, when referring to Charlie?
(a) His fingers
(b) His hair
(c) His shoes
(d) His clothes

2. What happens to the two men as a result of Leslie not conceding to Sarah's desires?
(a) A verbal attack
(b) They stop speaking to each other
(c) They swim in the ocean
(d) A physical attack

3. What does Nancy take the opportunity to do now that Charlie is explaining underwater machinery?
(a) She tells the lizards Charlie is lazy
(b) She brings up his childhood dream
(c) She brings up the liver paste sandwiches
(d) She talks about how she wants an adventure

4. What does Charlie think will guarantee a scream out of him?
(a) One poke from the creatures
(b) One sound from Nancy
(c) One foot forward from the creatures
(d) One loud sound from the creatures

5. What do the lizards ask Charlie after he discusses the theory of evolution?
(a) If change happens to everyone
(b) If change is fast
(c) If change is their destiny
(d) If change is good

6. What are the lizards unable to grasp?
(a) The concept of pregnancy
(b) The concept of divorce
(c) The concept of emotions
(d) The concept of marriage

7. Who does Charlie engage in a conversation with after Nancy begins to speak?
(a) Charlie interrupts Nancy
(b) Leslie
(c) Sarah
(d) himself

8. How do each couple engage in communication as a result of their failed first attempt?
(a) Written communication
(b) They use a computer
(c) Physical communication
(d) They try to translate

9. What pertinent questions does Charlie ask Sarah regarding their home and life together?
(a) How she would feel living on land
(b) How she would feel living alone
(c) How she would feel living with the humans
(d) How she would feel if Leslie were to leave

10. How do Charlie and Nancy react to the actions of the lizards as they first approach them in a submissive position?
(a) Charlie and Nancy scream for their life
(b) They don't move
(c) They begin to cry
(d) They get up and run

11. What do the seagulls overhead represent?
(a) Progress
(b) Family
(c) Evolution
(d) Love

12. What theme is even stronger in Act 2 than in Act 1?
(a) Procreation
(b) Evolution
(c) Love
(d) Child rearing

13. What flies overhead and frightens the lizards?
(a) A heliocopter
(b) A flock of seagulls
(c) A kite
(d) Another jet

14. What does Nancy do to continue to communicate with the lizards?
(a) She tries to teach them to dance
(b) She changes her clothes
(c) She tries to get them to swim
(d) She changes the subject

15. How does Charlie react to Nancy telling the lizards about Charlie's hearts desire?
(a) He is infuriated and embarrased
(b) He is happy and open
(c) He is sad and depressed
(d) He is joyful and anticipatory

Short Answer Questions

1. Which combination of lizards and humans are uncertain of each other right away?

2. What person/place/thing does Charlie compare Leslie to?

3. In addition to progress, evolution, and the Women's Movement, what does Albee also touch on in Seascape?

4. What does Charlie try to explain to Leslie is the difference between their search for a mate?

5. What is the primary theme of Act 2?

(see the answer keys)

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