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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 is Geoffrey's profession?
(a) He is a costume designer.
(b) He sells faux furs.
(c) He is a theater director.
(d) He is an actor.
2. How do the main players in this scene go into dinner at the conclusion of Act 1, Scene 3?
(c) Carrying candles.
(d) In silence.
3. What is Tess listening to when Pfeni arrives?
(a) A song with deep personal meaning to her.
(b) British punk music.
(c) A book on tape.
(d) A recording of a women's chorus her mother used to sing with as a young woman.
4. According to Geoffrey, he is responsible for educating Pfeni about what?
(a) Indian mythology.
(c) Jewish history.
(d) Art and theater.
5. What is a personality trait of Sara as exhibited in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) She is very warm.
(b) She likes to explore how she feels about everything.
(c) She makes a lot of jokes.
(d) She does not like to talk about feelings.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Merv invites himself to dinner, what does Sara suggest?
2. What is Nick's reaction to the global situation?
3. Who joins in the childhood game Sara and Pfeni play?
4. Before Geoffrey met Pfeni, with whom did he live?
5. What have Geoffrey and Pfeni done in honor of Sara's birthday?
Short Essay Questions
1. What truth does Gorgeous speak to Pfeni about Geoffrey?
2. In Act 1, Scene 2, what are the preparations for the Sabbath?
3. Who does Sara say people compare Tess to and why?
4. Describe Pfeni and Geoffrey's relationship in Act 2, Scene 1.
5. How does Sara appear to deal with her feelings?
6. What is the role of singing in the final scene?
7. How is Pfeni closer to her true self after Act 2, Scene 2?
8. How does Sara act toward Merv in Act 1, Scene 2?
9. How is Sara closer to her true self after Act 2, Scene 2?
10. What might be said about the relationships between mothers and daughters in Act 1, Scene 1?
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