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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author want the audience to play the least attention to?
(a) Issues of lesser consequence
(b) Issues of friendship
(c) Issues of domesticity and child-rearing
(d) Issues of business and law
2. After the discussion of love, what does the topic turn to?
3. Where does Sarah want to go after Charlie has upset her?
(a) Return to the sea
(b) Behind the rock
(c) Rest on the sand
(d) Into the waves
4. Who does Nancy speak to first?
5. What does Leslie do to Charlie in an effort to elicit a response from him?
(a) Leslie pokes Charlie hard
(b) Leslie kicks Charlie hard
(c) Leslie tries to lift Charlie up
(d) Leslie spits on Charlie
6. In addition to progress, evolution, and the Women's Movement, what does Albee also touch on in Seascape?
(a) Global warming
(b) The drop out rate
(c) Environmental issues
(d) Domestic violence
7. What does Nancy explain to Sarah as she looks up to the sky?
(a) The concept of the moon
(b) The concept of flight
(c) The concept of a cloud
(d) The concept of precipitation
8. What has Sarah never seen before?
9. What does Nancy and the lizards mostly engage in?
10. Which combination of lizards and humans are uncertain of each other right away?
(a) Charlie and Leslie
(b) Nancy and Sarah
(c) Charlie and Sarah
(d) Leslie and Nancy
11. What can Leslie not concede to regarding exclusivity?
(a) Complete love
(b) Complete loyalty
(c) Complete protection
(d) Complete companionship
12. What does Charlie bring up as the lizards explain about their feelings for leaving the sea?
(a) The biography of Charles Darwin
(b) The theory of evolution
(c) The theory of progress
(d) Einstein's theory of relativity
13. What do the lizards find so intriguing about human reproduction?
(a) The size of the human born
(b) The ability to have twins
(c) The size of the mother pregnant
(d) The amount of humans produced at one time
14. What does Nancy take the opportunity to do now that Charlie is explaining underwater machinery?
(a) She talks about how she wants an adventure
(b) She tells the lizards Charlie is lazy
(c) She brings up the liver paste sandwiches
(d) She brings up his childhood dream
15. Nancy's reaction to the lizards can be best described as true to this quality of her personality.
(a) She is horrified
(b) She is in awe
(c) She is paralyzed in fear
(d) She is fascinated
Short Answer Questions
1. What concept confuses Leslie and Sarah and threatens to create a problem?
2. What is the primary reason the lizards feel they have to leave the sea?
3. Charlie's reaction to the lizards can be best described as true to this quality of his personalty.
4. What does Nancy assure Charlie about the lizards?
5. What simple act is even challenging between the lizards and the humans?
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