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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. Where is Bertha from?
2. In Book I, why does David knock a boy to the pavement?
(a) The boy calls him a dirty Jew.
(b) He runs into the boy during a game of catch.
(c) The boy speaks about Genya in a lewd manner.
(d) Yussie and the boys tease him about Albert beating him.
3. Where is Luter from?
4. What does David's mother purchase to place in their kitchen?
(a) A picture.
(b) A coffee maker.
(c) A vase.
(d) A tea pot.
5. What is Bertha like compared to Genya?
(a) More submissive.
(b) Much prettier.
(c) The complete opposite.
(d) Very much alike.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of job does Albert look for after he leaves his job at Dolman's Press?
2. When Luter finds out that Genya has never left the neighborhood, what does he give Albert and Genya?
3. What does Genya make Albert promise never to do again after David kicks Yussie?
4. What year is it when the book begins?
5. What does Bertha look like when she arrives in America?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is David afraid of Albert when he first arrives in New York?
2. When the boys chase the canary to the roof, what do they discover?
3. Why is Albert in a foul mood when his wife and child arrive in New York?
4. What happens while Albert is whipping David for lying to the rabbi?
5. While up on his own rooftop in Book IV, Chapters 7-14, what does David see on another rooftop?
6. When David returns home from his and Leo's visit to Bertha's daughters, what is David afraid his parents will find out?
7. What is Genya's reaction to Albert's foul mood when she arrives in New York?
8. After going on the milk route with Albert, why is David unable to perform at cheder?
9. What happens to Albert before he has a chance to lash out at Luter at their workplace?
10. Why does Albert take David along on his milk route?
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