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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. Who does Mrs. Mortar open the front door to?
(b) A student.
(c) Mrs. Tilford.
2. Who says in "The Children's Hour" Act II, "It's not nice to frighten people by pretending to be sick when you aren't"?
(b) Miss Wright.
(d) Mrs. Tilford.
3. What's the usual dessert on Wednesdays at the Tilford home?
(a) Butterscotch pudding.
(b) Apple pie.
(c) Fudge cake.
(d) Cherry strudel.
4. How long had Karen and Martha worked to save money to buy the farm and start the school?
(a) Ten years.
(b) Eight years.
(c) Five years.
(d) Three years.
5. Why isn't Andrew as upset as he might be over losing Julie?
(a) Because he's lost his town.
(b) Because he's more upset about losing money.
(c) Because he doesn't love her.
(d) Because he doesn't believe he is losing his wife.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cora carry when she first appears in Act I of "Days to Come"?
2. What relationship is Regina to Oscar and Ben?
3. What are the last words spoken in "Days to Come"?
4. What is Mary's excuse for being late to elocution?
5. When Martha tells the grocery delivery boy that she is a freak, what else does she tell him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the importance of the keyhole in Mary's story?
2. When Act II of "The Little Foxes" begins, Addie appears worried. What is she worried about?
3. What happens with the students at the school in Act II of "The Children's Hour"?
4. Why does everyone want Horace to come home?
5. What does the staging information for the beginning of Act III in "Days to Come" reveal?
6. What does Martha realize after learning that Joe and Karen broke up?
7. According to Andrew, what is Julie's punishment for leaving?
8. What happens to Martha after she admits her love to Karen?
9. How is Leo Whalen described in "Days to Come"?
10. Who tells Mrs. Tilford that Mary is a strange and bad girl and why?
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