Sorry, Wrong Number Test | Final Test - Hard

Lucille Fletcher
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Duffy do while Mrs. Stevenson talks and explains about the call she overheard?

2. Where does the man work who calls Mrs. Stevenson in Act I, Part 4?

3. What does Duffy begin to do as Mrs. Stevenson says that she heard the plans of the men distinctly?

4. What bridge is Mrs. Stevenson's house near?

5. How long ago does Mrs. Stevenson say that she heard the call about a murder?

Short Essay Questions

1. Who calls Mrs. Stevenson after she finishes speaking with the Third Operator?

2. How is the scene described where Duffy is sitting?

3. As Duffy opens his coffee container, what does Mrs. Stevenson tell him that he should do?

4. What does Mrs. Stevenson say about her maid?

5. Why does the operator tell Mrs. Stevenson that she cannot put through the missed calls Mrs. Stevenson received?

6. What does Mrs. Stevenson say when the phone rings again after she has been speaking with the Third Operator?

7. What does Duffy say about murders in the city?

8. At the beginning of Act I, Part 4, what does Mrs. Stevenson say and do after getting a busy signal on her husband's number again?

9. What does Duffy tell Mrs. Stevenson when she says that the murder could take place in her neighborhood?

10. What does Mrs. Stevenson do after ending her call with Duffy?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

The play is very short and the timeline in the play is very abbreviated. How much time is there between when the curtain rises and falls? How does the time span affect characters, especially Mrs. Stevenson? How does time influence behavior? How does the use of time affect the plot and storyline? What might time symbolize?

Essay Topic 2

Mrs. Stevenson is the most developed character in the play. How do readers learn about the type of woman Mrs. Stevenson is? How is her character developed? What is learned about her character and the type of person she is?

Essay Topic 3

Anticipation of what will happen builds as the play proceeds. How does the author use suspense to build tension in the play? What is the purpose and use of suspense and how does it engage readers?

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