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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 does Mollie commend Philip on when she first sees him after his stay in the sanatorium?
(a) His progress
(b) His manners
(c) His looks
(d) His kindness
2. What mode of transportation did Philip take to arrive home sooner than expected?
3. What does Philip employ as a winning strategy when he tells Mollie that he will die if she leaves him?
(a) A guilt mechanism
(b) An ultimatum
(c) A bribery mechanism
(d) A moral obligation
4. What does John confess his ex-wife did that destroyed their marriage and John's faith in marriage?
(a) She was unfaithful
(b) She paid more attention to his friends than to him
(c) She was abusive
(d) She did not want children
5. Which character tries to calm Philip down when he is upset with Mollie for wanting to leave him?
(a) Mother Lovejoy
Short Answer Questions
1. What quality does Mollie possess that Sister does not and is the reason why Sister remains single?
2. What gift does Philip give Paris for his forgotten birthday?
3. After John's proposal to Mollie, which character enters the home?
4. What is John's profession?
5. What kind of relationship does Philip have with the writing profession?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mollie react to Sister's blatant question of whether or not she loves Philip and if she plans to marry him for the third time?
2. What time does Philip wake?
3. Describe the nightmare that Paris has in the beginning of the play?
4. What does Philip learns has happened in regards to Mollie after his evening spent in anger and rage?
5. What is Mollie horror-stricken about?
6. Describe how Philip looks when he is talking to Paris about leaving?
7. What is the first thing Philip wants Paris to do when he wakes up?
8. How does Mollie believe Philip died?
9. Where does the play take place?
10. Describe the background of Philip Lovejoy.
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