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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Karen doing at the beginning of Act 2?
(a) Lecturing Gould.
(b) Reading to Gould.
(d) Fighting with Gould.
2. Why does Gould feel the book will not make a good film?
(a) No one will come to see it.
(b) It won't translate in the foreign markets.
(c) Stars will fight over it.
(d) It would cost too much to make.
3. Gould's complaint to Karen about his promotion is what?
(a) Not enough cash.
(b) Fox deserved the career jump.
(c) That everyone wants something from him.
(d) Sacrificing his integrity.
4. What does Karen try to convince Gould, towards the end of Act Two?
(a) To make the Prison film.
(b) That people need each other.
(c) To take her home.
(d) To introduce her to Ross.
5. Where does Karen claim to have looked inside of Gould?
(a) His heart.
(b) His aura.
(c) His spirit.
(d) His mind.
6. What is the name of the book found in Act 2?
(a) Radiation Moon Story.
(b) Be Still, Radiation Filled Heart.
(c) Unlock Radiation: The Key to Inner Enlightment in Twenty Steps.
(d) The Bridge: or, Radiation and the Half-Life of Society. A Study of Decay.
7. What is Karen's reaction to the job offer from Gould?
(a) She slaps him.
(b) She is suspicious.
(c) She thanks him.
(d) She claims to hate money.
8. What does Karen ask Gould about his inner vision?
(a) If he can see.
(b) When he will try and use it.
(c) If he needs glasses.
(d) If she could have half of it.
9. In Act Two, Karen points out that Gould prayed to be what?
10. What substance do Karen and Gould share in Act Two?
11. What film does Gould want Karen to be a part of?
(a) Diamonds and Dogs.
(b) The Prison.
(c) Housewives and Their Many Friends.
12. What is Karen's definition of something greater than courage?
13. Karen believes that people are what?
(a) Tired of being robots.
(b) Shallow and stupid.
(d) Part of a whole.
14. In Act 2, what does Gould explain to Karen, regarding the book they are discussing?
(a) The author is rude.
(b) It was just a courtesy read.
(c) It would cost too much to make.
(d) It is an elementary read.
15. In Act Two, why does Karen say she is championing the book?
(a) It changed her.
(b) She's tired of seeing comedies.
(c) Her friend wrote it.
(d) She read it in one night.
Short Answer Questions
1. Gould turns the questioning about inner vision to talk of what?
2. Gould likes to believe people are what?
3. What is Karen's response at the idea of Gould wanting to sleep with her?
4. What does Karen reveal she knew when Gould invited her home?
5. Why does Karen claim Gould lied to her?
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