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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. When did Kurt write "Slaughterhouse Five?"
2. What story is Kurt describing when he calls it 'one of the most popular stories ever told?'
(a) Crime and Punishment.
(b) Snow White.
(c) Moby Dick.
3. How long would Kurt listen to the radio each day?
(a) As little as possible.
(b) As long as he could.
(c) In bits and pieces between meals and chores.
(d) An hour.
4. What will Kurt tell readers from now on?
(a) The truth and nothing but the truth.
(b) Absolutely nothing worth reading.
(c) When he is kidding.
(d) A very slanted version of events.
5. Who appeared to George W. Bush when he was forty-one?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a good way to hurt one's parents?
2. What is humor a physiological response to?
3. What is Kurt addicted to?
4. Who said that 'religion is the opium of the people?'
5. How many people were killed in the Dresden firebombing?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was Emma Lazarus?
2. What political undertones can you notice in this chapter?
3. What does Kurt say about prohibition and the war on drugs?
4. According to Kurt, what was the 'beginning of the end?'
5. What was important to Kurt while he was growing up?
6. How did age affect Kurt's upbringing?
7. According to Kurt, what is the importance of an extended family compared to having a small family? Do you agree?
8. How does Kurt feel about the human race and their effect on nature?
9. What does Kurt describe about relations between English and Germans in America?
10. What does Kurt make jokes about? What can he not make jokes about?
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