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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. The Sheep Man tells the writer that his people were chased where long ago in Chapter 11?
(a) The woods.
(b) The swamp.
(c) The mountains.
(d) The desert.
2. How many times has the protagonist been divorced in the novel?
(d) Three times.
3. What is the young girl doing whom the narrator spots in the hotel bar in Chapter 6?
(a) Listening to a Walkman.
(c) Reading the paper.
(d) Eating lunch.
4. Who told the writer that not knowing is what hurts other people, as revealed in Chapter 13?
(a) His grandmother.
(b) His father.
(c) His ex-wife.
(d) His mother.
5. What season was it when the writer returned to society after his reclusive bout described in Chapter 2?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the writer have breakfast in Chapter 14?
2. Who answers the door when the writers knocks in Chapter 10?
3. What has the Dolphin Hotel been renamed in Chapter 4?
4. Where is the Dolphin Hotel located?
5. What is the profession of the protagonist in the novel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What led to a previous depression of the protagonist's, as described in Chapter 2?
2. When did the protagonist re-enter society after his depression, as described in Chapter 2?
3. Where does the protagonist arrive in Chapter 16? Where does he decide to stay?
4. What thoughts consume the protagonist in Chapter 13? Why?
5. What favor does the hotel receptionist ask of the protagonist in Chapter 15? What is his response?
6. How does the narrator pass his day in Chapter 7? What are his emotions like?
7. What fantasy consumes the protagonist in Chapter 9?
8. How does the protagonist feel when he returns to his hotel room in Chapter 12? When does he sleep and awaken?
9. How does Yuki describe her relationship with her parents in Chapter 16?
10. How does the narrator describe the Dolphin Hotel in Chapter 1?
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