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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. Why do people think Angie is strange?
(a) She does not have any friends.
(b) She hangs out with someone much older.
(c) She hangs out with someone much younger.
(d) She frightened all the friends she had.
2. How does Angie feel about her aunt?
(a) She is bored by her.
(b) She has no respect for her.
(c) She worships her.
(d) She does not trust her.
3. What best describes Marlene's attitude with Jeanine during the interview?
(a) Hostile and nasty.
(b) Blunt and realistic.
(c) Kind and sweet.
(d) Strange and creepy.
4. What happened to Nijo's child?
(a) The child was immediately taken from her
(b) The child grew up to be a courtesan as well
(c) The child died after a few days with her
(d) The child traveled with Nijo as a monk in training
5. Where does Marlene work?
(a) At a college.
(b) An employment agency.
(c) An insurance agency.
(d) A tecnology company.
Short Answer Questions
1. What occupation did Griselda's husband have?
2. What was Walter's final test of his wife's love?
3. What was Nijo's previous occupation?
4. Which character thinks that good works are most important?
5. Why does Marlene want Jeanine to get a job?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why might Griselda have defended her husband's actions?
2. Why might the author include so many dinner guests who have worn men's clothing?
3. How do Marlene and Joyce struggle for power over the way each one remembers the past?
4. Describe a unique feature of Act 1's dialogue, and why it may be presented/designed this way.
5. How might Marlene have reacted if she had a husband like Walter?
6. What might be the real reason Louise wants to leave her current job?
7. What is Marlene's reaction towards her visitors in Act 2, Scene 3, Part 2?
8. What parallel can be drawn between Jeanine and Marlene?
9. Does Marlene really thinks Angie is stupid and strange?
10. Explain the bullying going on in Act 2, Scene 2.
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