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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. What kind of woman has Nancy become?
2. What can the combination of opportunity and confusion in the 1970s can best be described as?
(b) A lie
(c) An invention by men
(d) A double edged sword
3. What events does the author use the character of Nancy to shed light on?
(a) Critical events of the 21st century
(b) Critical events of the 1970s
(c) Critical events of the 1990s
(d) Critical events of the 1980s
4. What is Nancy in the mood for after lunch?
(a) To talk about the shells
(b) To talk about the fresh salty air
(c) To talk about her love of water
(d) To talk about the birds
5. What subject does Nancy bring up at the desperate attempt to get a reaction out of her husband?
(a) Their children's college fund
(b) Their future live as divorcees
(c) Their finances
(d) Their sex life
Short Answer Questions
1. What human element do the jets overhead exemplify?
2. What does Charlie think is imminent?
3. What kind of man has Charlie become?
4. What can Charlie's indifference to Nancy's needs can be viewed as?
5. How does Charlie respond to accusations of infidelity?
Short Essay Questions
1. What topic does the breast exposure lead to?
2. Where would Charlie like to spend his retirement?
3. How does Charlie assist in the discussion of emotions and love?
4. What does Sarah learn from Nancy as they notice a flock of seagulls flying overhead?
5. How do the lizards respond to Charlie's discussion of the theory of evolution?
6. How do Sarah and Charlie react to the exposure of Nancy's breasts?
7. What does the appearance of another jet do to the group?
8. What made the lizards leave their home in the sea?
9. What does Sarah reveal to Nancy about her eggs?
10. As a jet flies overhead and distracts the couple, what does Nancy steer the conversation back to and remind Charlie of?
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