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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 are Marlene and Jeanine meeting in Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) Jeanine was just fired from her job.
(b) Marlene wants to work for Jeanine.
(c) Jeanine is interviewing to work at Top Girls.
(d) Jeanine wants a new job.
2. According to Joan, being pope:
(a) Is a great way to experience Italy.
(b) Is not as powerful a position as some think.
(c) Is a powerful position to hold.
(d) Is the greatest experience a woman can have.
3. How does Angie feel about her aunt?
(a) She worships her.
(b) She is bored by her.
(c) She does not trust her.
(d) She has no respect for her.
4. How does Griselda feel about her husband?
(a) She can never forgive him.
(b) She defends his actions.
(c) She hates him.
(d) She is thankful he took the children away.
5. Where does Angie's aunt live?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the perk of the job Marlene mentions to Jeanine that has less pay?
2. Why did Griselda accept Walter's tests of her love?
3. What do Nijo and Isabella's main shared experience?
4. Who is the youngest character in the play?
5. In what language does Joan pray?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Marlene's reaction towards her visitors in Act 2, Scene 3, Part 2?
2. Explain the bullying going on in Act 2, Scene 2.
3. How is Angie's presence in Act 2, Scene 3, Part 2 Churchill's reminder of Marlene's determination to succeed?
4. What might the future hold for Marlene, and what clues in the story support your answer?
5. How is Mrs. Kidd's presence in Act 2, Scene 3, Part 2 a reminder of Marlene's determination to succeed?
6. Why might Marlene have asked Joan if she considered not having the baby?
7. Why might the author include so many dinner guests who have worn men's clothing?
8. What is Joyce's attitude toward and about Angie in Act 2, Scene 2?
9. What evidence from the play supports Marlene's eagerness to show her admiration for people who have tried to make something of themselves?
10. How does Churchill portray women in dynamic and unlikely spiritual roles?
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