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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. What does Kathleen know when he says he will?
(a) It is not possible for him to forget his grandmother.
(b) She will not let him in.
(c) He loves her.
(d) His mind will not listen.
2. What does the doctor believe is the difference between him and the protagonist?
(a) The doctor is healthy.
(b) The doctor sees death as the only enemy.
(c) The doctor is wealthy.
(d) The doctor believes death is not the only enemy.
3. What does she say when he asks her what is wrong?
(a) She pretends it is nothing.
(b) She does not know him.
(c) She has never done this before.
(d) She is afraid.
4. What does she tell him she has found?
(a) Better doctors.
(b) A new lawyer to sue the cab company.
(c) Something he dropped in the street.
(d) A new apartment.
5. Where is our protagonist?
(a) In a concentration camp.
(b) In Kathleen's home.
(c) In Paris after the war.
(d) In New York City before the war.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom does the protagonist tell this story?
2. What does the teacher tell him is a serious thing?
3. What is significant about this point in the story?
4. What does the doctor say about Kathleen?
5. What does she ask him after she moves closer and sits down with him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where can Kathleen not reach the protagonist? How does she deal with this?
2. What does Kathleen ask the protagonist? What is his response?
3. What would happen if the protagonist did not do what the teacher told him to do?
4. How has this traumatic experience affected the girl?
5. How does this scene open?
6. How does the protagonist respond to the woman's request?
7. What does Kathleen say, one night when they are in bed together?
8. What does the protagonist realize he wants to do? How does the girl react?
9. What do the doctor and the protagonist say about the river?
10. What is Kathleen's response to this story?
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