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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. During puberty, the narrator likens his penis to a what?
(a) A angry missile.
(b) A frightening thing.
(c) A new toy.
(d) A shameful reward.
2. The narrator thinks his involvement in the war will make him what?
(c) More interesting.
3. After the battle, what does Omi do to the narrator?
(a) Punches him.
(b) Kisses him.
(c) Puts an arm around him.
(d) Threatens him.
4. Why was the narrator once attracted to a girl on his bus?
(a) Her popularity.
(b) Her enthusiasm.
(c) Her knowledge of war.
(d) Her disinterest.
5. How old is Yakumo when the narrator first becomes attracted to him?
6. Before encountering Omi alone in the schoolyard, what does the narrator believe about Omi?
(a) He is a hero.
(b) He is stupid.
(c) He is a coward.
(d) He is a snob.
7. What does the narrator plan to do once he leaves school?
(a) Join the general military.
(b) Fight for the other side.
(c) Get married.
(d) Go live with his father.
8. From what illness does the narrator suffer?
(a) Yellow fever.
(c) Small pox.
9. What does the narrator liken to a stage play?
10. The narrator is surprised he becomes attracted to whom as he gets older?
(a) Intellectual, older men.
(b) Sickly young girls.
(c) Graceful, young boys.
(d) Older women.
11. What is Omi doing when the narrator finds him alone in the schoolyard?
(a) Vandalizing the school.
(b) Writing his name in the snow.
(c) Kissing a girl.
(d) Smoking a cigarette.
12. When is the narrator given an opportunity to start a conversation with Yakumo, but doesn't?
(a) At his aunt's house.
(b) In the library.
(d) Swimming lessons.
13. In the essay his later self deems as false, what does the narrator trick himself into believing?
(a) He is smart.
(b) He is happy.
(c) He is someone others admire.
(d) He is healthy.
14. The narrator chooses not to speak to Yakumo because he is ashamed of what?
(a) His clothes.
(b) His hair.
(c) His father.
(d) His body.
15. Who scolds the narrator for claiming to remember his birth?
Short Answer Questions
1. At what age does the narrator hit puberty?
2. Where does the narrator learn about heterosexual sex?
3. What type of clothing does the narrator wear, once he reaches puberty?
4. To where is the narrator's father transferred right after the narrator moves in with him?
5. What object does the narrator claim to remember from his birth?
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