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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 Rooney's (L.B.J.) MOS?
(b) Flight coordinator.
(d) Medical technician.
2. In the beginning of Act 1, what does Martin tell Richie he does every morning when he wakes up?
(c) Tries to sneak out.
3. Who are the two black characters in the play?
(a) Carlyle and Roger.
(b) Roger and Clark.
(c) Clark and Billy.
(d) Billy and Martin.
4. Why does Roger think Richie joined the Army?
(a) To get away from his parents.
(b) To become "straight."
(c) To be around lots of men.
(d) To be killed and die in honor.
5. What division of the Army have Rooney and Cokes been in together?
(a) Special Ops.
(b) The Seals.
(d) 101st Airborne.
Short Answer Questions
1. As Roger is finishing up the mopping, what do Cokes and Rooney carry into the room?
2. How does Richie finish the following statement: "cleanliness is ....."?
3. What do Roger and Billy bring Carlyle while he is laying on the floor?
4. What problem does Carlyle have with all of the officers in the Army?
5. At the end of Act 1, what does Richie do to Carlyle to get Billy to yell at him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Roger mean by the statement he makes regarding white men and Coppertone?
2. Why is Billy so upset about grabbing a razor to cut Carlyle?
3. What does Roger tell Billy he "better learn"?
4. What does Richie mean by the "real Richie" is in Manhattan, and the other Richie is sitting in the Army reading a book?
5. Roger tells Carlyle, "we both tole you it ain't goin' on here." What does this mean?
6. Why does Billy compare Carlyle to an animal?
7. Why is Roger so willing to accept Carlyle and his behavior?
8. Why does Billy get so angry at Richie for thinking that he is "Frankie"?
9. Why did Roger continue to talk to Billy when they first met in P Company?
10. What does Carlyle mean when talking about "the black man's problem"?
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