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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. How is Katherine related to Isobel?
(a) Isobel is Katherine's step-mother.
(b) They are not related.
(c) They are cousins.
(d) Katherine and Isobel are sisters.
2. Who says, "There's nothing people like more than claiming great friendship with people who aren't in a position to deny it"?
3. Where does Act 1, Scene 2 take place?
(a) Marion's house.
(b) Isobel's apartment.
(c) Robert's bedroom.
(d) Robert's lawn.
4. What was Mr. Glass's nickname according to the priest?
5. Who says, "The best way--I was explaining this to Tom and Marion this morning--to get good work in our field is to leave people alone"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Marion tell Isobel that Isobel has been in Act 1, Scene 1?
2. Who says, "There is no justice. A woman responds with the most deplorable things"?
3. What does Marion bring up to Isobel in their business discussion in Act 1, Scene 4?
4. Who says, "Why do people think it's smart to be poor"?
5. What is Isobel offered to sign in Act 1, Scene 4?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to Isobel the night at the movies with Irwin and Rhonda?
2. What truth does Marion admit about herself in the final scene?
3. What does Marion accuse Isobel of not wanting to do in Act 1, Scene 4?
4. What does Isobel tell Katherine about her coming to work for her? How does Katherine justify it?
5. What sound is heard when Irwin enters in Act 1, Scene 4? What does he comment about it?
6. What interrupts the seduction between Irwin and Rhonda in Act 2?
7. What does Katherine remark about what else was in the room before? What does she say about Robert in regard to it?
8. What about Rhonda seems to turn Irwin on?
9. Why does Isobel hesitate in signing the contract with Tom and Marion?
10. Describe the character of Marion. How is she typically dressed? What is her occupation?
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