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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. In this section, how much of an overcall does Geoffrey tell Flan he is willing to pay for the Cezanne?
2. Paul is looking at a statue of what in Central Park when he is mugged?
(a) An angel
(b) A priest
(c) A husky
3. At the beginning of Act 1, what aspect of his state of being does Flan repeatedly mention?
(a) He feels like he will throw up
(b) He has a cold sweat
(c) He is shaking
(d) He is enraged
4. According to Paul, Sidney Poitier lived for a time in a bus station across the street from what?
(a) Madison Square Garden
(b) The Flatiron Building
(c) The Chrysler Building
(d) Grand Central Station
5. Who do Ouisa and Flan address in the first half of this section?
(b) Each other
(c) The audience
Short Answer Questions
1. In what city were the Kittredges living when they met Geoffrey?
2. What word does Ouisa tell Flan not to use in this section?
3. What film option does Flan think may be a nice alternative for Paul's father's movie?
4. When Flan mentions that Geoffrey is from South Africa, Ouisa needles him for sounding how?
5. To what mythological figure does Ouisa compare Geoffrey when she describes him?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Paul describe his father in this section?
2. What was Paul's inspiration for his thesis?
3. How does Ouisa lose Paul?
4. How does Paul describe the Kittredge children?
5. What comparison does Geoffrey make regarding New York as he discusses dinner?
6. What conclusion do the five duped parents reach regarding what they have in common?
7. What mistake does Ouisa make while trying to apply first aid to Paul?
8. How has Paul's story changed in this section?
9. What galling realization do the parents make as they read SIdney Poitier's autobiography?
10. During the opening moments of the play, what do Ouisa and Flan do onstage?
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