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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does he stop her?
(a) Before she can say why she does not love him.
(b) Before she can leave.
(c) Before she can say that she has loved him since the day they met.
(d) Before she can say any more hurtful words.
2. What has Dr. Russel made a habit?
(a) Sending other doctors in to talk to his patient.
(b) Having dinner with Kathleen.
(c) To visit with the protagonist each evening.
(d) To visit with the protagonist each morning.
3. What does she tell him she has found?
(a) Something he dropped in the street.
(b) A new lawyer to sue the cab company.
(c) Better doctors.
(d) A new apartment.
4. What does the protagonist do?
(a) He kisses her gently.
(b) He takes her hand in his.
(c) He moves to her and roughly pulls her toward him, and then he kisses her.
(d) He locks the door.
5. Why does Kathleen wonder about the identity of Sarah?
(a) She is jealous of Sarah.
(b) She has never heard this name before.
(c) Her sister's name is Sarah.
(d) She heard him say the name Sarah when he was in a coma.
6. What does Eliezer go on to say?
(a) His mother is dead.
(b) His mother abandoned him.
(c) He cannot find his mother.
(d) He does not know what happened to his mother.
7. What do the doctor and the protagonist spend a few moments doing?
(a) Talking about his treatment.
(b) Admiring the view from the hospital room.
8. What does she want him to promise?
(a) He will not return.
(b) He will not forget his grandmother.
(c) He will not see her again.
(d) He will think only of her and her love.
9. What does the teacher tell him is a serious thing?
(a) To get lost on one's way to heaven.
(b) To forget one's mother's name.
(c) To not want to go to heaven.
(d) To forget one's own name.
10. What is her response when he finally asks her if she knows him?
(a) She does.
(b) She says she does not.
(c) She thinks she knows him.
(d) She wants to know him.
11. Into what has his desire suddenly turned?
(c) The desire to leave.
(d) A strong need to understand her.
12. How does he reply?
(a) He was at the train station.
(b) He hates therapists.
(c) He cannot forget his memories.
(d) He does not want to leave.
13. What frightens him most?
(a) She will call the police.
(b) He will be different afterward.
(c) She will not like him.
(d) He will not know what he is doing.
14. Why does she respond this way?
(a) The name has a Biblical sound to it.
(b) She does not believe in God.
(c) She is jealous of Sarah.
(d) She does not know her own mother.
15. What is significant about this point in the story?
(a) Kathleen finally reacts to the protagonist's words.
(b) Kathleen does not want to hear any more of the protagonist's stories.
(c) This is the first point in the novel where the protagonist is mentioned by name.
(d) The protagonist has finally told Kathleen everything.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has the protagonist learned to do well?
2. Why does he decide to go with her?
3. Why is a young blonde woman with blue eyes watching him?
4. What does Eliezer feel about his past?
5. What does the protagonist want to say to the doctor?
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