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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. Who replaces the local priest in Chapter 35 of "A History of Them All"?
(c) Jacques de Lamberville.
(d) Catherine Tekakwitha's uncle.
2. What does F. admit about the near death experience in the car?
(a) He wanted to die.
(b) Edith was watching over them and protected them.
(c) It was sexually exciting.
(d) He and Edith arranged it.
3. What does the note the narrator finds in F.'s fireworks instruct him to do?
(a) Go eat a steak.
(b) Go take a shower.
(c) Turn on the radio.
(d) Turn on the lights.
4. Where do Catherine Tekakwitha's family settle?
(a) A small village.
(d) By the ocean.
5. What does the narrator recall about Edith in Chapter 20 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) The way she smiled.
(b) The night Edith killed herself.
(c) Her infidelity.
(d) The way she laughed.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator begin to do incessantly in Chapter 25 of "A History of Them All"?
2. Who is the bully that kicks sand in F.'s face at the beach?
3. What does F. say the glancing kisses from Edith to the narrator are in Chapter 12 of "A History of Them All"?
4. What do Edith and F. do in the game they play in Question 29?
5. What is the writing style in Chapter 17 of "A History of Them All"?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the narrator feel about the group of men who raped Edith?
2. What happens to the young brave who was to marry Catherine?
3. When does the epilogue begin, and what is happening?
4. What happened to the narrator at school when he was a child?
5. What role does F. play in the love triangle of Edith, the narrator, and himself?
6. Where does F. drag the narrator to when he wakes him from his sleep in Chapter 47 of "The History of Them All"?
7. What does F. fear he did to the narrator in "A Long Letter from F"?
8. What was the purpose of the note that F. left the narrator in Chapter 30 of "The History of Them All"?
9. The novel was written in the 1960s. How do the contents of the novel relate to that time?
10. How is the red wine spilling on the table cloth disruptive like Catherine's own presence?
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