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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 is the first item in the room that Flan checks in Act 1?
(a) The Victorian inkwell
(b) The two-sided painting
(c) The watercolor of the dog
(d) The first edition Dickens
2. What career did Flan used to hold?
(a) Investment banker
3. What metaphor does Sidney Poitier use to characterize the two American debates on life?
(a) River banks
(b) Warring bulls
(c) World powers
4. What does Flan demand of Paul in the scene with the Hustler?
(a) That he get out of the condo
(b) An explanation for the naked man
(c) The truth about his identity
(d) His fifty dollars back
5. Which of the following is not a black celebrity that Geoffrey thinks could take part in his film festival?
(a) Diana Ross
(b) Eddie Murphy
(c) Bill Cosby
(d) Richard Pryor
Short Answer Questions
1. In this section, Flan repeated mentions not wanting to be accused of what?
2. What does the Hustler do as soon as he enters the scene?
3. What Christian prayer do Flan and Ouisa recite at the beginning of Act 1?
4. Which of the following prominent New York families is not one that Paul mentions considering before deciding to come to the Kittredges?
5. What ancient food item does Ouisa say is in the freezer when Paul offers to make dinner?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the dinner with Geoffrey so important to the Kittredges?
2. How does Trent Conway assist Paul in his fraud?
3. Describe the dish that Paul prepares.
4. What is Ouisa's essential fear about the fate of Paul of the play?
5. Describe Flan and Ouisa at the beginning of the play.
6. What was Paul's inspiration for his thesis?
7. What is Flan's attitude toward the art he sells?
8. Why is Flan in awe of his children's second grade teacher?
9. What surprise do the Kittredges have speaking with Larkin and Kitty?
10. What do the Kittredges do when Paul tries to leave?
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