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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. Who holds the protagonist and sobs in his memory?
(a) His grandmother.
(b) His friend.
(c) His teacher.
(d) His mother.
2. What happens when she is also crying out for water?
(a) She will vomit if she has water.
(b) She must go searching for water.
(c) Nobody is there to quench her thirst.
(d) He gives her water.
3. Despite what does the stranger stay with him?
(a) The protagonist's complaint that he can not dance.
(b) The protagonist's ill humor and his obvious desire to be alone.
(c) The cold weather.
(d) The darkness.
4. Who has Kathleen left standing at the box office?
(b) Her original date.
(c) The protagonist.
5. What happens as Kathleen and her boyfriend attempt to eat a hamburger?
(a) He eats the entire thing.
(b) She finds herself disgusted by the smell of the meat.
(c) He finds himself disgusted by the smell of the meat.
(d) She does not let him have any of it.
Short Answer Questions
1. From what does the protagonist awaken?
2. What is this person waiting to do?
3. What has happened to this person at the box office?
4. Of what does he tell her that he will dream?
5. Why can he not have a drink?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who arrives before Kathleen? Describe their behavior. How does the protagonist respond to this.
2. What would happen if the protagonist did not do what the teacher told him to do?
3. What has Eliezer now realized after seeing the painting?
4. Why does Kathleen begin to cry?
5. Where can Kathleen not reach the protagonist? How does she deal with this?
6. What does the doctor tell the protagonist?
7. What does he tell the nurse? What is her response? Why does he feel this way?
8. Describe the protagonist's first evening with Kathleen.
9. What happens once the protagonist is admitted into the hospital?
10. What happens right before the accident?
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