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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Vincent Van Gogh writing to?
(d) His mother.
2. According to the critic, what water recreation was O'Shawn fond of?
3. What is Weinstein contemplating as he lies on his bed?
(a) That his wallet was stolen.
(b) His job.
(c) His wasted life.
(d) The car accident he just got into.
4. What is the name of a tiny bird that refers to itself in the third person?
(b) A nurk.
(c) An orchy.
(d) A myna.
5. Who is Clifford Wheel's murderer?
(a) His neighbor Ms. Pennyton.
(b) He killed himself.
(c) Ives the manservant.
(d) The butler Oliver.
6. What mythical creature has the head of an accountant?
(a) The raddle.
(b) The great roe.
(c) A shimpoo.
(d) A frean.
7. How old is Weinstein?
(a) 62 years old.
(b) 59 years old.
(c) 47 years old.
(d) 51 years old.
8. What is Doris polling the audience to find out?
(a) If they think that peace can ever truly be attained on earth.
(b) How they would like the play to end.
(c) Who would be willing to have sex with her.
(d) Whether or not they like Woody Allen.
9. Who is the critic analyzing O'Shawn's poem?
(b) T.S. Eliot.
(c) William Black.
(d) An unnamed critic.
10. Who is to blame for Ned's death?
(b) Al Capone's men.
(d) Crooked Eddie.
11. What woman is named as intimidating Weinstein with her accomplishments?
12. What phrase supposedly came from a Renaissance courting ritual?
(b) Take it on the lam.
(c) Get into a beef.
(d) Beat the band.
13. What scene from Alice in Wonderland is thought to caricature the whole Shakespeare mess?
(a) The tea party.
(b) Meeting Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
(c) The croquet game.
(d) Alice following the rabbit.
14. Where did O'Shawn live?
(a) In London.
(b) In a cottege.
(c) In a tower only six feet tall.
(d) In a cave attached to a coastal cliff.
15. What question regarding Shakespeare's works does "But Soft...Real Soft" attempt to address?
(a) The authenticity of his works.
(b) The iambic pentameter of his sonnets.
(c) The motivation of his works.
(d) How good his writing really was.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Emperor Ho Sin see when he looks in the mirror.
2. Where does Leonard Handleman work?
3. Who comes into the play claiming to be the author of the audience?
4. What type of animal is a flying snoll?
5. What does Diabetes state choas may equate to?
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