Disgraced Quiz

Ayad Akhtar
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Within the context of the play’s themes, what is the most likely reason that Amir calls his separating from Islam “intelligence”? (from Scene 1)


In terms of events earlier in the play, Isaac’s experience with Amir in Scene 3 is equivalent to what? (from Scene 3, Parts 4 and 5)


Which situation earlier in the play is parallel to Amir’s lying about where his parents are from? (from Scene 3, Parts 1, 2, and 3)


What is the most likely reason that the encounter with the waiter triggered Emily’s thoughts of the slave in the Velazquez painting? (from Scene 1)


What does Amir mean when he says his views about 9/11 come from Islam and not from him? (from Scene 3, Parts 1, 2, and 3)

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