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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 is Fox's third theory about what happened to the rest of this book?
(a) Capote never wrote any of this book.
(b) They were published as a separate book.
(c) Capote published them under a different name.
(d) Capote destroyed the chapters.
2. To where does Florie Rotondo travel?
(a) The North Pole.
(b) The center of the earth.
3. Who is Turner Boatwright?
(a) A publisher.
(b) A tobacco farmer.
(c) A dancer.
(d) An attorney.
4. What is the setting for this section of the book?
(c) New York.
(d) Beverly Hills.
5. Who is the author of the work in #12?
(a) James Jones.
(b) Marcel Proust.
(c) Ray Bradbury.
(d) Ernest Hemingway.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is most probably the narrator of the book?
2. Who is the secretary in Victoria Self's office?
3. Jones and Hamilton discuss the relationship between art and life in which book?
4. What is Jones' first task for the man in #83?
5. Truman Capote was popular from ______________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the nature of Jones' childhood and early adulthood?
2. Which author and book do Jones and Hamilton discuss related to Jones' writing?
3. Who is Mr. Appleton and what is his relationship to Jones?
4. Why does Lady Ina avoid telling Jones about her impending divorce until the end of the lunch?
5. Who is Sidney Dillon and why is he intent on seducing the governor's wife?
6. Who does the editor feel is the real person disguised as P.B. Jones?
7. What is Jones' perspective on moving to the country himself?
8. Why does the author reveal the sexual practices in both high society as well as the lower side of life at the YMCA?
9. How does the author plant the question of truth versus illusion especially regarding Aces' explanation of Kate's life for Jones?
10. How does Capote end the book with metaphors of the passage of time for everyone?
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