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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The repeated foretelling of Santiago Nasar's death suggests:
(a) That it was his punishment for a misspent life.
(b) That it was fated or inevitable in such a town and culture.
(c) That it was everyone's plan to murder him.
(d) That Santiago knew he would die that day.
2. Divina Flor's weeping as she fends off the dogs suggests:
(a) She is guilty and overcome by Santiago's death.
(b) She knows her mother is responsible for Santiago's death.
(c) She is afraid the narrator will blame her for Santiago's death.
(d) She knows the dogs will attack her next.
3. Angela Vicario decides to write Bayardo San Roman after:
(a) He writes her first.
(b) He refuses to speak to her in public.
(c) She finds out he still loves her.
(d) She sees him pass by many years later.
4. Bayardo's statement, "Well, here I am," suggests:
(a) That he knows what Angela wants and has forgiven her.
(b) That he has been there all along.
(c) That he is now ready to hear her explanations.
(d) That he has come to confront her about her behavior.
5. Ironically, the priest had to use what implements to perform the autopsy?
(a) Garden tools.
(c) Kitchen utensils.
(d) Craftsmen's tools.
Short Answer Questions
1. What significant event happens for the narrator at the wedding?
2. What might Santiago's dreams of trees symbolize?
3. The mayor's asks the priest to perform the autopsy instead of a medically trained person because:
4. Luisa Santiaga is torn in her loyalties because:
5. The fact that the narrator does not remember rain on the day of the murder suggests:
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