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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 has Blanch DuBois escaped her play?
(a) She was ready for some new material.
(b) She really wanted to meet Hepatitis.
(c) She did not mean to escape her play.
(d) She needs a play where God exists.
2. What phrase supposedly came from a Renaissance courting ritual?
(a) Get into a beef.
(b) Beat the band.
(d) Take it on the lam.
3. Who does Flo help win the title "The Greek"?
4. Who comes into the play claiming to be the author of the audience?
(a) Lorenzo Miller.
(b) Hugo Weaving.
(c) Marcus Strauss.
(d) Mark Twain.
5. Why is one of Vincent's patients suing him?
(a) Because it hurt when his tooth was pulled out.
(b) Because his braces did not straighten his teeth.
(c) Because his bridge does not fit.
(d) Because Vincent broke the patient's tooth.
Short Answer Questions
1. After reading the ransom note and speaking to Kermit, what conclusion does Inspector Ford come to?
2. In the game lamming, what did people put on themselves?
3. Which of his doctor's does O'Shawn appear to mention in his poem?
4. What tropical island does Gauguin head off for after a fight?
5. In what context does the critic state O'Shawn's poems should be read?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Three Deuces and who are some people that frequent it?
2. How is Mr. Walker initially thought to have died and what truth about his death does the Inspector find?
3. Who is Claire Memling and what is Vincent Van Gogh's relationship with her?
4. What is the solution of the "The Stolen Gem" case?
5. What roll does Kermit Kroll play in "The Bizarre Kidnapping"?
6. What role does Al Capone play in Flo's life?
7. What idea does Trichinosis bring to the play?
8. How was Clifford Wheel killed? How was the killer discovered?
9. What is Vincent Van Gogh's profession in this story and how does he feel about it?
10. What are two types of creatures touched on in this section and how are they described?
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