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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Butler point out?
(a) The cardinals control the behavior of the other birds.
(b) If Julian were to look into the window of the model, an exact duplicate of the room in which they stand can be seen with every detail intact, even down to the brass candlesticks.
(c) The garden is completely symmetrical.
(d) The crucifix is exactly perpendicular to the altar.
2. What does the butler share about himself with Julian?
(a) He is at Julian's service.
(b) His name is also Julian.
(c) He does not enjoy being a butler.
(d) His name, as well as his occupation, is Butler.
3. How do the two continue to insult one another?
(a) Each man begins to question the intimate relations of the other's mother and their resulting parentage.
(b) They whisper nasty remarks under their breath.
(c) They do so with swinging fists.
(d) They glare at one another.
4. What are both the butler and the lawyer, who have known each other for some time, quite eager to do?
(a) Become friends with Julian.
(b) Leave Julian alone.
(c) Pry and prey on this fresh specimen.
(d) Find Miss Alice and introduce her to Julian.
5. What becomes evident about the two men as the conversation shifts?
(a) They work together.
(b) They have known each other since childhood.
(c) They have known each other a little while.
(d) They have just met.
6. Why does Alice want to do this for the church?
(a) She loves children.
(b) She loves to sew.
(c) She is burdened with too much wealth.
(d) She wants to give back to the needy.
7. " God the creator, not the God _______________," he says.
(a) Of creation.
(b) Created by man.
(c) Who destroys.
(d) Who hates.
8. What do the two discuss about the details of this creation?
(a) Whether or not there is a more beautiful garden in the country.
(b) How many birds are in the estuary.
(c) When the church was built.
(d) Whether or not there might be another model of the room inside the model's library, and so on and so on.
9. What does Julian say when Miss Alice invites him to talk about himself?
(a) He is very self deprecating and defers to the background information they already have on him, complete with the missing six blank years.
(b) He is open and honest.
(c) He gladly tells her his life story.
(d) He says nothing.
10. What is Miss Alice's response when the lawyer proceeds to introduce Julian to her for the first time?
(a) She hugs him.
(b) She does not respond.
(c) She coldy offers her hand.
(d) She responds enthusiastically.
11. Julian is intrigued by the butler's coincidence. How does the Butler feel?
(b) Just as excited.
(c) Unsure about Julian.
(d) Nonplussed about almost everything.
12. What are of the expected variety in a place of this grandeur?
(a) The hand-embroidered banners hanging along the walls.
(b) A great arched doorway and the furnishings.
(c) The beautiful, rare roses.
(d) The beautiful, exotic birds flying about.
13. What, at last, occurs?
(a) They stop fighting and apologize.
(b) A fight.
(c) They cry and hug.
(d) A break in this ugly dialogue.
14. Why is Julian part of this trio?
(a) They want Julian to feel comfortable around them.
(b) They believe Miss Alice would enjoy his company.
(c) The lawyer has such disdain for the Cardinal that the lawyer does not want the Cardinal's personal participation in the activities related to Miss Alice's grant to the church.
(d) Julian would make a good addition to their group.
15. How does the play open?
(a) In a Catholic Church.
(b) In a mansion.
(c) In Miss Alice's garden.
(d) In the garden of a Cardinal of the Catholic Church.
Short Answer Questions
1. About what do they continue to rib each other?
2. Julian says "It is God the mover, not God ______________."
3. What kind of conversation does the trio enter?
4. What does the butler do?
5. What is Miss Alice's response when Julian tries to explain to her that he wondered if he imagined so many things or whether so many things he thought had come to play in his imagination?
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