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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 Arkham carve into the floor?
(a) The word "mad."
(b) His initials.
(c) A spell.
(d) A bat.
2. How does Amadeus stop the noise that he hears coming from an empty room?
(a) Tapes his ears.
(b) Tapes over the mirror.
(c) Tapes over the door.
(d) Tapes the windows.
3. How does Arkham try to protect himself from perceived evil?
(a) With a sword.
(b) With ritualistic magic.
(c) Endless praying.
(d) Celtic religious beliefs.
4. Which villain is hooked to equipment when the hero sees him?
(a) The Joker.
(b) Maxie Zeus.
(d) Two Face.
5. Who destroys the asylum?
(a) Two Face.
(d) The Joker.
Short Answer Questions
1. What creature is related to the Tarot moon card?
2. Which villain calls out to the hiding hero that the asylum plays tricks on the mind?
3. What symbol represents Croc at the end of the novel?
4. For whom does Amadeus name the asylum?
5. How many months after his wife and child were killed does Amadeus open the asylum?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do colleagues offer specific praise to Amadeus when he opens his asylum?
2. How does Arkham get the laughing he hears from an empty room to stop. Why does this work?
3. What does Croc symbolize in the novel?
4. How does Arkham use therapy as revenge? What is the public perception of the revenge?
5. Explain why Cavendish gets involved in crossing the lives of Arkham and the hero.
6. Describe Doctor Destiny's appearance and what made him a dangerous villain. How does the hero defeat him?
7. Explain how a statue helps save the hero's life.
8. How does the Mad Hatter explain "disorder"? What does he warn the hero about the asylum?
9. Who is the little girl at the end of the novel and why are her panels important?
10. Why does Arkham write his journal? What does the location where he stores it say about him?
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