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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Karen's definition of something greater than courage?
2. What is Karen's opinion of the prison script?
(a) It will be a hit.
(b) It's degrading to the spirit.
(c) People need to see it.
(d) Brown is a terrible choice for the lead.
3. What is Karen encouraging Gould to strive for in Act Two?
4. What does Karen want to do if she accept a job offer from Gould?
(a) Be his right hand woman.
(b) Star as an actress.
(c) Work on a film.
(d) Be Ross' secretary.
5. Why does Gould claim he wants to offer Karen a better job?
(a) He knows she needs money.
(b) To thank her.
(c) To get involved with her.
(d) She is brilliant.
6. If Karen agrees to work on a film, she wants to work on what?
(a) The Prison.
(d) Romantic Comedies.
7. Why does Karen claim Gould lied to her?
8. According to Gould, Ross will react in what way to the Prison film?
(a) He will question it then do it.
(b) Ross will give him an instant raise.
(c) He'll ask if it was done last year.
(d) He will kiss him.
9. How does Gould respond to Karen's interpretation of "Radiation . . ."?
(a) He makes fun of it.
(b) He translates it into French.
(c) He debates it.
(d) He praises it.
10. In the novel, a character received a vision of infinity from what?
(a) Botched eye surgery.
(b) Radiation from a microwave.
(d) Knowing the world would end.
11. What substance do Karen and Gould share in Act Two?
12. When Gould tells Karen he is going to pay her a compliment, it's to do what?
(a) Scare her.
(b) Be frank.
(c) Flatter her.
(d) Seduce her.
13. What does Karen try to convince Gould, towards the end of Act Two?
(a) That people need each other.
(b) To make the Prison film.
(c) To introduce her to Ross.
(d) To take her home.
14. Karen claims "Radiation . . ." was written with what driving force?
15. In Act 2, what does Gould explain to Karen, regarding the book they are discussing?
(a) It is an elementary read.
(b) It was just a courtesy read.
(c) The author is rude.
(d) It would cost too much to make.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Gould's objective when he has Karen at his house?
2. What does Gould tell Karen people want to see in films?
3. What does Karen say she and Gould have in common?
4. What is Karen doing at the beginning of Act 2?
5. Karen believes that people are what?
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