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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 two colors does Carr theorize that Joyce's smoking jacket might have been?
(a) Blue or purple.
(b) Brown or grey.
(c) Maroon or pink.
(d) Gold or taupe.
2. What is the topic of Lenin's new book?
(b) The Armenian genocide.
(c) The war.
(d) The free market.
3. To what object does Carr liken the First World War as he describes Switzerland at the end of his monologue?
(a) A scale.
(b) A hurricane.
(c) A bull.
(d) A wheel.
4. What precious stone is in Carr's preferred studs?
5. When Bennett states that a social revolution has occurred in Russia, what activity does Carr assume this involves?
(a) Peasants reading.
(b) Nuns copulating.
(c) Soldiers protesting.
(d) Women smoking.
Short Answer Questions
1. In describing his trenches experience in this section, Carr says he ruined several what?
2. What article of clothing does Carr mention is the focus of the lawsuit between Joyce and him?
3. For what purpose does Joyce say he needs money from Carr?
4. What did Tzara leave in Carr's drawing room on his last visit?
5. From what Irish town does Carr announce James Joyce did not hale?
Short Essay Questions
1. What admonition does Carr make to the audience regarding his memory at the end of the act?
2. What quandary is Carr facing in this section?
3. How do Cecil and Gwen realize that they are both engaged to Tzara?
4. What is Henry Carr's relationship to James Joyce?
5. What is the last straw for Gwen and Cecily regarding Tzara and Carr?
6. Describe some examples of the aristocratic aloofness Carr displays int his section.
7. What apologia does Henry Carr make regarding his memory?
8. What is Joyce's business at the house at the end of the play?
9. Why does Carr bring up Bennett's logbook in this section?
10. What events have transpired in Russia since the abdication of the czar?
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