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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. Which of the following foreshadows events to occur after Chapter Two?
(a) An injunction against George publishing any photos of Julian.
(b) The location of George's mansion.
(c) The Judge's poor circulation.
(d) The article about euthanasia.
2. When does Clive want to be euthanized?
(a) If he's terminally ill or incapacitated.
(b) When he is too old to drive.
(c) When he becomes too old to take care of himself.
(d) If he fails to complete his goals in composition.
3. What effect might the photos have on The Judge, in Vernon's perspective?
(a) Make the paper more interesting.
(b) Make the paper well-respected.
(c) Boost circulation.
(d) Decrease circulation.
4. What is Molly's occupation?
(a) Restaurant critic.
(b) Writer for a newspaper.
5. What is George's first name?
Short Answer Questions
1. What character gets the most attention in the first chapter?
2. Why is Molly's death undignified?
3. Why does George take care of Molly in her final days?
4. What is Julian's occupation?
5. Why does George give Vernon the photos?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the article about euthanasia that is featured in The Judge.
2. What chance of a lifetime does Clive get?
3. How far is Vernon willing to go to ruin Julian's life?
4. How are George, Clive, Vernon, and Julian connected?
5. How does Vernon plan to use the photos?
6. Why does George care for Molly when her health deteriorates?
7. Paired with another symbol from the novel, the article about euthanasia foreshadows a future event. What is this event, and what is the other symbol?
8. Why is Molly's death humiliating in Clive's eyes?
9. How does the novel foreshadow a deteriorating relationship between Clive and Vernon?
10. What is ironic about Julian's career potentially being ruined by the photos being published in The Judge?
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