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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. C.S. Lewis is also referred to by what name?
2. What does Warnie offer to Joy?
(a) To take her for a drink.
(b) To marry her.
(c) Money to go back to New York.
(d) To watch Douglas for her.
3. What does Lewis ask Douglas about in the scene?
(a) How he felt about moving.
(b) What is he is doing in school.
(c) Whether he'd like a dog.
(d) If he wants to go to Paris.
4. How does Joy respond to the insult?
(a) With indifference.
(b) With wit.
(c) With hurt feelings.
(d) With anger.
5. What does Joy tell Lewis about Douglas?
(a) He is sick.
(b) He is failing in school.
(c) He is settling in well.
(d) He wants to live with his father.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Joy preparing to do as the scene ends?
2. Lewis and Joy make plans for what?
3. What change has Lewis made since he last saw Joy?
4. Which book does Joy's son ask Lewis about?
5. What describes the men's humor?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lewis ask Joy? How does she feel about this request?
2. Where does the scene open? Who is present? What are the characters doing?
3. What has Joy asked of Lewis? How did he respond to this request? How do others feel about this?
4. What are Warnie and Lewis doing as this scene opens? What does Lewis admit to Warnie?
5. What is Warnie concerned about as the scene opens? Why is he concerned about this?
6. Where does scene 1 open? Describe the location. Who is present as the scene opens?
7. What does the doctor tell Lewis? What mood is Joy in at this time? What do Joy and Lewis discuss?
8. Who is present at the beginning of the scene? What are they discussing? How does Lewis respond to them?
9. What does Riley tell Lewis about? How does Lewis feel about what Riley tells him?
10. What does Lewis say about pain, suffering, and love? What benefit does he believe that suffering has?
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