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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following does the author compare the pine needles to?
(a) Drawing pins.
(b) Fairy knives.
(c) Clumps of hair.
(d) Cat whiskers.
2. What does Chatterton describe the child's shirt as?
3. What does Charles say is the food of love?
(b) Short stories.
(d) Candle light.
4. What is the title of the book Flint is reading in the hospital?
(b) Confessions of an English Opium Eater.
(c) The Last Man.
(d) Picture of Dorian Gray.
5. What does Harriet say she would do if books became mere consumer items?
(a) Find another job.
(b) Burn all books.
(c) Buy a bookshop.
(d) Kill herself.
6. What poet does the priest quote?
7. What does Edward say his mother needs lipstick for?
(a) To draw on the mirror.
(b) To give to Harriet.
(c) To beautify herself.
(d) To sell.
8. What is Marikomo?
(a) A style of painting.
(b) Astyle of writing.
(c) A type of tea.
(d) A type of poem.
9. What does Chatterton's friend say the arsenic removes?
10. How does Flint react when Vivien tells him and Harriet they were Charles' true friends?
(a) He hangs his head.
(b) He laughs.
(c) He blushes.
(d) He smirks.
11. Who does the group drink to?
12. What does Edward say the man knew a lot about?
13. What does Mr. Crome tell Chatterton is worse for the boy than being on the streets?
(a) A cemetary.
(b) Living with Chatterton.
(c) Foster parents.
14. What does Cumberland say about Harriet's painting?
(a) It is unique.
(b) It is ugly.
(c) It is a fake.
(d) It an original.
15. What kind of wood is Charles' coffin made from?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Charles' funeral held?
2. Who helped Charles when he collapsed in the restaurant?
3. What can Charles see gleaming from his hospital window?
4. Who is standing at the foot of Charles' bed?
5. Who does Chatterton see walk into the building just as it is about to be demolished?
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