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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the condition the priest gives Catherine in Chapter 37 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) She must leave the village to be baptized.
(b) She needs to get married to have a child.
(c) She needs to ask for forgiveness because of her sexuality.
(d) If she is baptized, she must never leave the village
2. When does the local priest leave Catherine Tekakwitha's village in Chapter 35 of "A History of Them All"?
3. What does the narrator do in Chapter 23 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) Calls to F. and Edith.
(b) Says a prayer to God.
(c) Goes to church.
(d) Speaks incessently of Edith.
4. Who is Catherine Tekakwitha?
(a) A blessed Iroquois woman.
(b) A temptress.
(c) Daughter of mother nature.
(d) A saint.
5. What does F. suggest to the narrator in Chapter 12 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) Daily intimacy.
(b) An oral act of intimacy.
(c) To leave the city.
(d) To pleasure himself.
6. What item does Catherine give the person who enters her tent?
(a) Consummation of marriage.
(c) A token or appreciation.
(d) A transference of religion.
7. What plan does F. use to lose weight and gain muscle in Chapter 29 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) Protein shake plan.
(b) The Charles Axis fitness plan.
(c) The Axis Charles fitness plan.
(d) The CA weight loss program.
8. Where does the narrator want Edith's lips to linger specifically?
(a) His back.
(b) His chest.
(c) His neck.
(d) His genitals.
9. What does the narrator mention about Edith's assertion as she was being raped by a group of men?
(a) Edith said an old prayer that helped her to escape.
(b) Edith bit her attackers.
(c) Edith screamed so loud nature aided her.
(d) Edith called to Catherine Tekakwitha for help.
10. What does the narrator say about F.'s personality in Chapter 14 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) He is quick tempered.
(b) F.'s personality is taking over his own.
(c) He is OCD.
(d) He has the best personality.
11. To what office has F. been elected?
(a) To lead the Canadian army.
(c) Priest of the tribe.
12. To what does the narrator compare the living situations of the Iroquois?
(a) As nice as the streets of New York City.
(b) The beginning days of civilization.
(c) A movie theatre at night, stifling its sexuality.
(d) Packed like sardines.
13. What does the narrator recall F. saying in Chapter 4 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) He loves Edith.
(b) He wants to have sex with the narrator.
(c) He longs to have sex with a saint.
(d) He is sexually charged.
14. What does the narrator think about in Chapter 40 of "A History of Them All" in regard to what F. said to him?
(a) He considers F.'s recommendation.
(b) He considers what F. said about the telephone game.
(c) He considers what F. said about his and Edith's relationship.
(d) He considers what F. meant about his near death experience.
15. What does the note the narrator finds in F.'s fireworks instruct him to do?
(a) Turn on the lights.
(b) Go eat a steak.
(c) Turn on the radio.
(d) Go take a shower.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who dislikes the French missionaries?
2. What do F. and the narrator eat in Chapter 18 of "A History of Them All"?
3. Who had their hearts eaten by the Canadian tribes' chiefs?
4. What is the narrator suffering from at the beginning of the book?
5. What does the narrator long to speak publicly against in Chapter 10 of "A History of Them All"?
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