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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. Where does his mind wander?
(a) To the first time he met Kathleen.
(b) To Kathleen's former date.
(c) To a conversation with his grandmother when he is a young boy.
(d) To his friends.
2. How does the man in the concentration camp try to justify his actions?
(a) He likes meat.
(b) Says that the person he ate was already dead.
(c) He will share.
(d) There was nothing else to eat.
3. In the first section of the novel, where is the protagonist with his girlfriend, Kathleen?
(b) New York City.
4. What is happening in his memory of the concentration camp?
(a) The Nazis are taunting him with food.
(b) A man gives him his dinner.
(c) The Nazis are eating a delicious steak dinner.
(d) A man is eating a large chunk of raw meat.
5. What is he unable to explain to his father about the stolen money?
(a) He likes to steal money.
(b) He feels guilt because his own parents are alive.
(c) He feels guilty telling his father he stole it for him.
(d) He is desperately in need of money.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the nurse promise?
2. What has this accident set off?
3. What memory does this trigger?
4. When he says nothing, what does his father do?
5. What does the stranger standing next to him in the dark do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the protagonist believe his grandmother is outside his room?
2. What is significant about this meeting between the protagonist and Kathleen?
3. To what does the title refer?
4. What happens, moments after the protagonist and Kathleen meet?
5. What does he tell the nurse? What is her response? Why does he feel this way?
6. Describe the story and the main character.
7. How does the scene end?
8. Describe the scene between the protagonist and the stranger.
9. After his memory, what does he have a strong desire to do?
10. Of what does this insatiable feeling remind him?
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