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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 in massive scale?
(a) The crosses.
(b) The chairs.
(c) The room.
(d) The flowers.
2. What does Julian believe about his faith and his sanity?
(a) They are weak.
(b) They are one in the same.
(c) They are two separate entities.
(d) They are strong.
3. What does Miss Alice say about the chairs in the various rooms?
(a) They are by different makers.
(b) She purshased each one, herself.
(c) There is a chair in each room that is hers and hers alone.
(d) They are all antiques.
4. What will Julian do for Miss Alice?
(a) Train her to be a priest.
(b) Allow her to stay in her home.
(c) Take care of the menial details of her philanthropic bargain.
(d) Love her.
5. What does the first man insinuate about the second man?
(a) An inappropriate relationship between the Cardinal and his assistant.
(b) The inappropriate relationship between the Cardinal and Miss Alice.
(c) The inappropriate relationship between the lawyer and Miss Alice.
(d) The inappropriate relationship between Miss Alice and the assistant.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Julian say when Miss Alice invites him to talk about himself?
2. What does the butler share about himself with Julian?
3. Why is Julian part of this trio?
4. Julian says "It is God the mover, not God ______________."
5. What does Julian think about how men use God?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the butler act, when he walks in on Miss Alice and the lawyer?
2. Describe the setting.
3. How does their animosity become clearer?
4. What does the lawyer do to Miss Alice, when the other two men leave?
5. What do Julian and the butler say about this creation?
6. What do the two men wonder about Julian's ability to take what they have to say?
7. About what is Julian astonished?
8. How does the ugly dialogue break?
9. What happens when Julian leaves the room?
10. What are the lawyer and Cardinal doing, as the play begins?
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