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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. Whose speech does Orin's seem an echo of, in Act 1 of The Hunted?
2. Where does Christine try to get Brant to go, in Act 4 of The Hunted?
(c) South America.
(d) The Far East.
3. What kind of ailment does Ezra suffer from?
(b) Heart condition.
(c) A stroke.
4. What does Christine give to Ezra in the end of Homecoming?
(a) A ring.
(b) A diamond.
(c) An envelope.
5. Whose grief do the townspeople discuss in Act 1 of The Hunted?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who informs Seth of Lavinia and Orin's coming arrival in Act 1 of The Haunted?
2. What is Orin writing in Act 2 of The Haunted?
3. Who is Lavinia's brother?
4. Where does Act 1, Scene 1 of Homecoming take place?
5. What friends of Lavinia's come to visit in Act 1 of Homecoming?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Act 2 of The Hunted, Mourning Becomes Electra, what discussion takes place between Hazel, Peter, Orin, Christine, and Lavinia?
2. Describe the foreshadowing which takes place in Homecoming, Mourning Becomes Electra.
3. Who does Darrell talk about in Act 8 of Strange Interlude? Why does this upset Nina?
4. Who interrupts Gordon and Madeline in Act 9 of Strange Interlude? What are this character's thoughts about them?
5. What exposition is taking place at the beginning of The Haunted, Mourning Becomes Electra? Who is present?
6. What does Lavinia ask Brant in Act 3 of Homecoming, Mourning Becomes Electra? What takes place during this discussion?
7. How does Lavinia's crying out to her father in The Hunted, Mourning Becomes Electra reflect similar scenes in the other two plays?
8. Describe Ezra's return in Mourning Becomes Electra.
9. What is significant about Orin's comment of Brant's face in The Hunted, Mourning Becomes Electra, Act 5?
10. Where is Act Two set in Homecoming, Mourning Becomes Electra? What discussion takes place between Lavinia and Christine here?
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