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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 goes through Stephen's mind about the beautiful girl at the party?
(a) How he would like to kick her.
(b) How he could easily catch hold of her and kiss her.
(c) How much she looks like Mercedes.
(d) How she is too old for him.
2. What results when Stephen is bullied again?
(a) He gets a bloody nose.
(b) He runs away from Clongowes.
(c) His glasses break.
(d) He fights back.
3. Who suggests that Stephen broke his glasses himself in order to get out of his schoolwork?
(a) Father Dolan
(b) the bully Wells
(c) Tusker Boyle
(d) Father Arnall
4. How do the boys see Stephen after he talks with the rector?
(a) as an enemy
(b) as a hero
(c) as a tattle tale
(d) as a sneak
5. What was Stephen's early song?
(a) O, the Wild Rose Blooms
(b) The Irish Lullaby
(c) In the Gloaming
(d) Old Dan tucker
Short Answer Questions
1. What scandalous suggestion is rumored about the five boys who ran away?
2. Where does Stephen imagine he will live when he gets married?
3. What is demanded by boys Stephen meets on the road?
4. What does Stephen complain about to the rector?
5. What do the boys at school tease Stephen about?
Short Essay Questions
1. Draw a picture of how Stephen keeps returning to the brothel quarter.
2. Discuss briefly Stephen's inner conflict.
3. Describe Stephen's first encounter with the girl on the tram.
4. Why does the rector come into Stephen's classroom?
5. What are the sights and sounds that accompany Stephen's walk to the university in the mornings?
6. Identify the disconnect between Stephen and his father.
7. Describe the sixteen-year-old Stephen's confession.
8. Detail Stephen's experience at acting in a play at school.
9. Mention Stephen's attempt to join a group of boys after being publicly chided by a teacher.
10. How does Stephen define art to Lynch?
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