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Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. What is Gooper's occupation?

2. What is the name of Skipper and Brick's pro football team?

3. What happened to Big Daddy in Morocco?

4. What body part do Mae's children apparently lack?

5. What did Maggie buy Big Daddy for his birthday?

6. Who is described as a cat at some point in the play?

7. Daddy believes that he suffers from which of the following?

8. What is the ostensible object of Brick's disgust?

9. Where did Maggie and Brick go to school?

10. How old is Big Daddy?

11. Who was a cotton carnival queen?

12. What do the children sing to Big Daddy?

13. What is Big Daddy's trademark word?

14. What is Big Mama's name?

15. What were the names of the plantation's previous owners?

16. How many official versions of Cat are in circulation?

17. Who directed the premiere of Cat?

18. When did Brick start drinking?

19. Who confronted Skipper on his love for Brick?

20. Who revealed this love to Brick?

21. How does Maggie get Brick to sleep with her?

22. Who tells Big Daddy that he is dying?

23. Who does Big Mama jostle in her lap?

24. Who keeps calling from Memphis?

25. Who sleeps next to Maggie and Brick's room?

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Misleading use of characters' names

by Jamesy777, April 19, 2014

It is disconcerting that you refer to Big Daddy and Big Mama as Daddy and Mama.


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Grammar makes this confusing

by meeacaroline, November 17, 2014

There are missing words, confusing statements, lack of punctuation, and more all throughout. I'm not saying I could or could not do particularly better, but it makes it incredibly difficult to figure out what is going on. I like to read the summary of each act (scene when possible) before reading it in the play because I have difficulty keeping up with the action in plays because I have trouble registering the characters and found that the summary here actually confused me more. Also, Act III: Part 2 is mislabled as Act IV: Part 2.

You literally ment figuratively

by Saraph13, February 18, 2015

2nd paragraph, Maggie "literally begins to fall to pieces"? Really? Unless there is some awesome zombie rendition of this play or a version where Maggie is a leper, I don't think that's what you ment.


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