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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. Where has Karen seen the flowers that are in the vase that Mary is holding?
(a) Karen saw the flowers in the garbage.
(b) Karen saw the flowers near Conway's cornfield.
(c) Karen saw the flowers in the neighbor's yard.
(d) Karen saw the flowers in her room.
2. In "Days to Come," where does Scene I of Act II take place?
(a) Whalen's room at the boarding house.
(b) Rodman living room.
(c) Rodman kitchen.
(d) Strike office.
3. Who is described in Act I of "The Children's Hour" as nervous and high-strung?
(a) Mrs. Mortar.
4. Who claims to have "always been lucky"?
5. Who is Karen and Martha's first visitor in Act III of "The Children's Hour"?
(a) Mrs. Mortar.
(c) Mrs. Tilford.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who will stay at the Rodman house, allegedly for protecting the Rodman family?
2. What is Mary's excuse for being late to elocution?
3. How much money has Horace set aside for Addie?
4. What nickname does Alexandra go by with members of her family?
5. What does Cora reveal to Andrew?
Short Essay Questions
1. What plan does Regina come up with to bring Horace home?
2. Describe the Giddens living room in "The Little Foxes."
3. Julie talks about "it stopped a little while ago." What is she referring to?
4. What does Regina want in exchange for the bonds, and what will she do if she doesn't get it?
5. In "The Little Foxes," Birdie cries out at the end of Act I. What reason does she give Alexandra, and what really happened?
6. Why is Whalen trying to keep the laborers from fighting with the strike breakers?
7. What causes Rosalie to become hysterical in Act II of "The Children's Hour"?
8. What does Horace tell Regina he is doing about the stolen bonds and the inheritances he will leave?
9. What does the staging information for the beginning of Act III in "Days to Come" reveal?
10. "The Children's Hour" was author Lillian Hellman's first play. Who did she dedicate it to?
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