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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The narrator does not believe Santiago had a guilty conscience that night because:
(a) He refused to go to the widower Xius's house.
(b) His manner was carefree and celbratory.
(c) He challenged anyone who did not believe him to a fight.
(d) He continued to court Angela Vicario.
2. The priest describes the autopsy as:
(a) Being the work of that barbarian the mayor.
(b) Being the work of savage dogs.
(c) Having scarred him for life.
(d) Having killed Santiago all over again.
3. The court that tries the Vicario twins decides:
(a) They will both be hanged.
(b) They acted honorably in defense of their sister.
(c) They are mentally unfit to stand trial.
(d) They will be punished in the afterlife.
4. When the narrator warns Santiago that "A falcon who chases a warlike crane can only hope for a life of pain," he suggests:
(a) That women will only lead to tragedy in the end.
(b) That a man who pursues a woman whose business is love, he is destined to be hurt.
(c) That women scorned will seek revenge.
(d) That a woman who profits from his love will only hurt him.
5. Most of the concerns that keep people from acting on Santiago Nasar's behalf could be described as:
Short Answer Questions
1. The fact that the bishop overlooks the town, the narrator's nun sister is too hung over to greet the boat, and Father Amador neglects to warn Santiago about the murder suggests:
2. Santiago Nasar's pure white linen suit suggests:
3. The narrator learns that the Vicario twins:
4. The priest laments that a brilliant future was cut short for Santiago because:
5. A word that might describe how the twins feel in this situation is:
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