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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 Julian believe must happen in order to make it easier for men to live?
(a) They must attend church regularly.
(b) They create a false God in their own image.
(c) They must pray to God and confess their sins.
(d) They must evangelize.
2. Who is cooing and talking to the birds, trying to engage them to interact with him?
(a) The Cardinal.
(b) Miss Alice.
(c) A lawyer.
3. With what is Julian not comfortable?
(a) The discussion of the crucifix.
(b) This conceptual style of conversation.
(c) The many bird species in the estuary.
(d) The detailed discussion of the garden's plant varieties.
4. Over what do the two original characters banter a while longer?
(a) Their careers.
(b) Each other's childhood nicknames.
(c) The vice that money can be.
(d) Miss Alice's purpose for her donation.
5. Why does the lawyer initiate a discussion of his animosity for the Cardinal?
(a) He knows Julian is friends with the Cardinal.
(b) He is bored by Julian's responses.
(c) He cannot contain his hatred.
(d) He is satisfied with Julian's information.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miss Alice say about the chairs in the various rooms?
2. What is the most intriguing element?
3. How does Julian respond to Miss Alice's game?
4. How does the play open?
5. Because the mansion is so large, what must she do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Julian confused?
2. Why is the lawyer infuriated with the butler?
3. How does their animosity become clearer?
4. What does Miss Alice say about Julian's memory? To what does this lead?
5. What does the lawyer do to fend off his embarrassment?
6. What does Julian do when the lawyer leaves?
7. How does this scene open? Describe the room.
8. What does the butler carry into the library?
9. What becomes evident about the two men? How do you know this?
10. Describe the setting.
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