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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 does Geoffrey say amazes him about New York in his first line?
(a) The quiet
(b) The technology
(c) The opulence
(d) The restaurants
2. What does the New York Times send contributors of the anecdotes Flan and Ouisa mention at the end of this section?
(a) A Times tree ornament
(b) A free subscription
(c) A bottle of champagne
(d) A framed excerpt
3. As Ouisa considers the idea of being murdered in her sleep, what does she wonder aloud?
(a) Would it hurt
(b) Would she go to heaven
(c) Who would find her
(d) Would she wake up
4. At the end of this section, who does Flan think Ouisa will say is God's name?
5. What metaphor does Sidney Poitier use to characterize the two American debates on life?
(a) World powers
(b) Warring bulls
(d) River banks
Short Answer Questions
1. What ancient food item does Ouisa say is in the freezer when Paul offers to make dinner?
2. As Flan describes his dream, he says that he does not treat his painting like what?
3. In what city were the Kittredges living when they met Geoffrey?
4. When Flan mentions that Geoffrey is from South Africa, Ouisa needles him for sounding how?
5. What article of clothing does Flan look at and think of Van Gogh?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Flan in awe of his children's second grade teacher?
2. How does Paul explain the naked man to Flan and Ouisa?
3. What do the parents ask their children to do in this section?
4. How does Dr. Fine deal with Paul's deception?
5. What galling realization do the parents make as they read SIdney Poitier's autobiography?
6. What are the Kittredges doing the night that Paul finally calls them?
7. How does Trent and Paul's relationship end?
8. How does Paul describe his father?
9. What does Sidney Poitier say to Ouisa in her dream?
10. Describe Flan and Ouisa at the beginning of the play.
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