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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 FDR receive from Granny in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) A phone call.
(b) A present.
(c) A telegram.
(d) A letter.
2. What language does Granny encourage the children to speak?
3. Where is Dr. Lovett's practice?
(a) New York.
(b) Washington, D.C.
4. Who is Grace?
(a) A nurse.
(b) Mr. Howe's personal secretary.
(c) Mr. Howe's wife.
(d) FDR's personal secretary.
5. What plan does Mr. Howe devise to prevent reporters from seeing FDR on a stretcher?
(a) Mr. Howe is leaving in the car while the family takes the train.
(b) Sara distracts the reporters with an interview as the family leaves.
(c) Missy is leaving in the car while the family boards a boat.
(d) FDR and his family leave using different forms of transportation.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is FDR planning to go to find new leg braces?
2. How much time has passed between the end of Act 1, Scene 1, and the beginning of Act 1, Scene 2?
3. Which relative has Granny gone to see?
4. What does FDR claim is Mr. Howe's first love?
5. When is Act 2, Scene 1 set?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does FDR mean in Act 1, Scene 1, when he asks Eleanor to keep him from "getting into deep water"?
2. What information is given to the press about FDR's condition in Act 1, Scene 3?
3. What does the speaker in Act 3, Scene 3 yell at the delegates?
4. What is the significance of FDR changing into his leg braces in Act 3, Scene 2?
5. What meaning does the poem "Invictus" have for FDR?
6. What does FDR comment about as he reads the paper in Act 1, Scene 1?
7. What is the significance of Sara's presence in Act 3, Scene 2?
8. Why does Dr. Bennett describe FDR has having the "body of a bull -- disposition of a lamb"?
9. Describe FDR in Act 1, Scene 1.
10. In Act 3, Scene 1, what does FDR suspect that the Democratic Party wants him to do?
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