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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 is singing in "Another Part of the Forest" when Act III begins?
2. How long has it been since Carrie, Constance, and Crossman have seen Nick Denery?
(a) Ten years.
(b) Twenty years.
(c) Thirty years.
(d) Fifteen years.
3. What does Marcus think is a very comic idea?
(a) Oscar and Birdie Bagtry.
(b) Oscar and Laurette.
(c) Ben and Birdie Bagtry.
(d) John and Regina.
4. In "The Little Foxes" who received a night letter and from whom?
(a) David, from Miss Carter.
(b) Teck, from a bill collector.
(c) Marthe, from her mother.
(d) Anise, from a male friend.
5. What drink does Teck agree to accept from Kurt?
Short Answer Questions
1. What ship were the Ellis family planning to sail to Europe on?
2. How many years after World War I did the incident that Kurt refers to of five hundred Germans walking through Madrid streets occur?
3. Approximately how is the Farrelly country house from Washington, D.C.?
4. According to Teck, what is the name of the man who the Nazi's are looking for?
5. What rank did Isham hold in the military?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the scene when the curtain rises in Act II of "Another Part of the Forest"?
2. Lavinia reveals in Act III that God has told her to tell the "awful truth." What is the awful truth that she's referring to?
3. What situation has Rose so upset in Act I of "The Autumn Garden"?
4. Where is the location of the Tuckerman home featured in "The Autumn Garden"?
5. What happens in the last scene of "The Autumn Garden"?
6. Describe Sara's appearance in Act I of "Watch on the Rhine."
7. What is Teck's proposal to Kurt and then to David and Fanny?
8. What are the details of Ben's blackmailing of his father?
9. What are Kurt's plans in coming to America?
10. Describe the living room of the Farrelly house in "Watch on the Rhine."
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