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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 does Wallace explain Joyce made the decision to play tennis?
(a) It was decided for him.
(b) When he was born.
(c) Only recently.
(d) When he was 22.
2. What deeper truth about the cruise line does Conroy's essay reveal to Wallace?
(a) It's a charity organization.
(b) It's desperate for money.
(c) It's a CIA cover.
(d) It wants something from the passenger.
3. Wallace explains that despite Joyce's youthful appearance, he wears a ______ expression on his face while playing.
4. When does the maid clean Wallace's cabin?
(a) Three times a day.
(b) Every day.
(c) Whenever he tells her.
(d) Every time he leaves his room.
5. What does Wallace believe is the cause for Lynch being so poorly received by critics?
(a) They don't understand him.
(b) He's failed so many times.
(c) They have a personal grudge.
(d) They are used to other films.
Short Answer Questions
1. Wallace enjoys having a clean cabin, but feels like a _______.
2. Technically, how does Wallace feel about Conroy's essay?
3. Why does Wallace believe he did poorly in the male best legs contest?
4. When did Wallace's style of tennis become less effective?
5. Why can people smoke at the Canadian Open?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to Wallace, why is Joyce a professional tennis player?
2. How is morality a question in Lynch's films?
3. Why is the stadium at Joyce's qualifying match relatively empty?
4. When the ship docks in Cozumel, Mexico, why doesn't Wallace get off the ship?
5. Why doesn't Wallace participate in many of the activities on the ship?
6. Why doesn't Wallace leave his cabin on the cruise ship?
7. How does Wallace feel about his Celebrity Cruise assignment?
8. Why does Wallace say he is on the fence about Lynch casing Richard Pryor?
9. Does Lynch's ex-wife have any role in the film? What is her relation to "Lost Highway"?
10. What is Ellery supposed to represent?
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