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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 political figure becomes a topic of conversation and disagreement among the adults?
2. Where does Stephen imagine he will live when he gets married?
(a) in an apartment in London
(b) in a three storey house in Dublin
(c) on a houseboat
(d) in a small, whitewashed house outside of Blackrock
3. What does Stephen complain about to the rector?
(a) broken blood vessels in his hands
(b) Father Dolan interfering in Father Arnall's class
(c) broken fingers
(d) unjust punishment
4. Which of the older boys opted for the flogging?
(a) a boy named Tusker Boyle
(b) a boy named Corrigan
(c) a boy named Wells
(d) a boy named Simon Moonan
5. After what does Stephen model his poem titles in his notebook?
(a) newspaper headlines
(b) the collected poems of Lord Byron
(c) the Canterbury Tales
(d) odes by Keats
Short Answer Questions
1. What results when Stephen is bullied again?
2. What do Stephen and Aubrey Mills formulate?
3. What do Stephen and Aubrey do in the meadow?
4. What was Stephen's early song?
5. Where does Stephen keep himself during the football game?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Stephen's impression of Clongowes Wood College?
2. What are some of the specifics Stephen is troubled by from his past life?
3. Contrast the definitions of what it means to be Irish between Davin and Stephen.
4. What are the subject of the retreat and what do they cause Stephen to think about?
5. Discuss briefly Stephen's longing for a loving embrace.
6. What are the sights and sounds that accompany Stephen's walk to the university in the mornings?
7. What does Stephen imagine about the girl named Emma?
8. What describes Stephen's deepening connection with literature?
9. Explain Stephen's feelings about his sinful nature.
10. Identify the symbolic passage of Stephen into his self-directed life course.
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