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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where was Wallace going the day he saw the door for the fourth time?
(a) Seeing a girl.
(b) Important dinner.
(c) Scholarship interview.
(d) Job interview.
2. What place is buzzing about Wallace's death?
(a) The club.
(b) The bar.
(c) The House.
(d) The Senate.
3. Seeing the door in the wall for the third time gave Wallace a sense of ______________ things.
4. At the end of the story, Redmond's mind is darkened with what?
(a) Emptiness and pain.
(b) Doubts and questions.
(c) Riddles and regrets.
(d) Questions and riddles.
5. What was Wallace working on the night he saw the door when he was with a co-worker?
(a) The Tenant's Redemption Bill.
(b) The Tenant's Law.
(c) The Tennison Account.
(d) The Tax Code Revision.
6. Sometimes Redmond thought Wallace was a victim of what?
7. Redmond says some will read his story and think him to be what?
8. What was Wallace thinking of himself when he saw the door in the wall for third time?
(a) Man of the world.
(b) Lost boy.
(c) Captain of industry.
(d) Worldly scholar.
9. What door opened for Wallace in his late teens?
(a) The door to love.
(b) The door to his past.
(c) The door to his career.
(d) The door to his father's love.
10. What does Redmond congratulate Wallace for during their dinner?
(a) His new accounts.
(b) His engagement.
(c) His book deal.
(d) A position in the reconstructed cabinet.
11. What was the name of the co-worker Wallace was with when he saw the door from the car window one night?
12. What does Wallace grieve for most in his life?
(a) His father.
(b) The past.
(c) The garden.
(d) His mother.
13. How close was Wallace to the door in the wall the last time he saw it?
(a) 20 inches.
(b) Several yards.
(c) Four inches.
(d) Three feet.
14. Wallace was taking a shortcut through __________ the fourth time he saw the door.
(a) Campden Hill.
(b) East Kensington.
(c) Earl's Court.
15. Wallace compared looking for the door in the wall to what?
(a) Deciphering Stonehenge.
(b) Being a lost child in the park.
(c) Being drunk.
(d) Finding a needle in a haystack.
Short Answer Questions
1. What should Wallace have been excited to be working on lately?
2. What look does Redmond remember in Wallace's eyes the night he told his story?
3. What made missing the garden the third time worthwhile to Wallace?
4. How old was Wallace when he saw the door in the wall for the third time?
5. The dead body of Wallace is found near where?
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