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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. Why does Eleuterio not approve of the relationship Narciso has with a girl in the city in #94?
(a) She is half black.
(b) She was married before.
(c) She has a child.
(d) She is too young.
2. What job did Soledad's son get in Chicago as an adult?
3. What does Zoila have the kids do on the day the Grandmother dies?
(a) Say the rosary.
(b) Open all the windows to let out the smell.
(c) Go to church.
(d) Stay home from school.
4. How does Inocencio manage to escape from prison?
(a) He bribes the judge.
(b) He enlists in the army.
(c) He kills a guard.
(d) He has a good attorney.
5. What happens between Narciso and Soledad when Soledad gets pregnant?
(a) Narciso joins the army.
(b) They break up.
(c) They get married.
(d) Soledad moves to Chicago.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened every evening in Mexico City in 1910?
2. In what year did the Mexican revolution begin?
3. How does Narciso later say he lost the body part in #92?
4. With which son does the Grandmother live in Chicago?
5. Where does Celaya run away with the boy in #157?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Zoila's view on her fate as a woman, and how does she perceive her daughter?
2. What advice does Narciso's father give him regarding Soledad?
3. What are the Grandmother's real intentions regarding the house in San Antonio?
4. What major purchase does Inocencio make without consulting Zoila and how does she react when she learns about it?
5. What are the conditions under which Inocencio is able to buy the San Antonio house?
6. Describe Celaya's encounter with the Grandmother's ghost in Inocencio's hospital room.
7. What role does storytelling play in the family's life?
8. Describe the glittering growth in Mexico in 1910.
9. Describe the chaos of the Mexican Revolution.
10. How does the Grandmother's behavior depress Celaya?
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