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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What has happened to most of the eggs that Leslie and Sarah have produced?
(a) They've been hatched
(b) They've been eaten or lost
(c) They've been injured
(d) They've been buried in the sand

2. Because Charlie is not willing to let a male of any species view his wife's breasts, what does he do?
(a) Charlie thwarts Leslie's view
(b) Charlie covers Leslie eyes with his hands
(c) Charlie covers up his wife
(d) Charlie attacks Leslie

3. In addition to progress, evolution, and the Women's Movement, what does Albee also touch on in Seascape?
(a) Domestic violence
(b) Environmental issues
(c) Global warming
(d) The drop out rate

4. What does Sarah begin to do now that she is angry?
(a) Sarah runs to Leslie for support
(b) Sarah runs away
(c) Sarah cries
(d) Sarah throws a punch

5. How do the stilted efforts to communicate between the lizards and the humans make Charlie feel?
(a) Elated
(b) Exhausted
(c) Overwhelmed
(d) Frustrated

6. What does that author want the audience to pay the most attention to?
(a) Important biological issues
(b) Important reproductive issues
(c) Important domestic issues
(d) Important social issues

7. What question does Charlie bring up to avert any further questions from Nancy?
(a) What made the lizards curious about humans
(b) What makes the lizards happy in life
(c) What made the lizards approach them
(d) What made the lizards leave their homes in the sea

8. How does Nancy feel about her husband's insensitivity when he asks Sarah personal questions?
(a) Outraged
(b) Entitled
(c) Joyful
(d) Indifferent

9. Charlie's reaction to the lizards can be best described as true to this quality of his personalty.
(a) Annoyed
(b) Irate
(c) Apprehensive
(d) Passive

10. What person/place/thing does Charlie compare Leslie to?
(a) A dolphin
(b) An ape
(c) A fish
(d) A turtle

11. What do the lizards think about the gestation period of human reproduction?
(a) It's long
(b) It's unnecessary
(c) It's uncomfortable
(d) It's short

12. What concept confuses Leslie and Sarah and threatens to create a problem?
(a) Children
(b) Exclusivity
(c) Religion
(d) Unfaithfulness

13. What do Leslie and Sarah decide they will do?
(a) Leslie and Sarah decide to leave
(b) Leslie and Sarah walk away
(c) Leslie and Sarah decide to stay
(d) Leslie and Sarah need to think it over

14. Why does Nancy tell they lizards that they should stay?
(a) Because she needs them for company
(b) Because they would like land better
(c) Because she likes them
(d) Because they will just return at some point

15. What is exposed as a result of explaining why humans don't walk around naked?
(a) Nancy's navel
(b) Nancy's legs
(c) Nancy's breasts
(d) Nancy's thighs

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Leslie do to Charlie in an effort to elicit a response from him?

2. What do Charlie and Nancy mostly do to each other throughout the entire Act 2?

3. What is the primary theme of Act 2?

4. How does Nancy feel as the lizards approach?

5. How does Charlie feel as the lizards approach?

(see the answer keys)

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