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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the dinner, Wallace tells Redmond his soul is full of what?
2. Wallace walked all the way from what location on the night of his death?
(a) The Senate.
(b) The House.
(c) His house.
(d) The bar.
3. What should Wallace have been excited to be working on lately?
(a) New political developments.
(b) His future wedding.
(c) His memoir.
(d) New profitable accounts.
4. What made missing the garden the third time worthwhile to Wallace?
(a) A girl's love.
(b) His father's praise.
(c) An adventure.
(d) Great wealth.
5. What place is buzzing about Wallace's death?
(a) The club.
(b) The Senate.
(c) The House.
(d) The bar.
6. What does Redmond congratulate Wallace for during their dinner?
(a) His new accounts.
(b) His book deal.
(c) His engagement.
(d) A position in the reconstructed cabinet.
7. What is the name of the newspaper announcing Wallace's death?
(a) Westminster Gazette.
(b) New York Times.
(c) London Times.
(d) West Kensington Gazette.
8. What time of day is Wallace's body found?
(b) Late afternoon.
(c) Early morning.
9. Wallace felt that his career merited what?
10. How many times did Wallace see the door in the wall when he was a young man?
11. Sometimes Redmond thought Wallace was a victim of what?
12. Where was Wallace going when he saw the door in the wall for the third time?
(c) Campden Hill.
(d) Earl's Court.
13. What was Wallace thinking of himself when he saw the door in the wall for third time?
(a) Captain of industry.
(b) Worldly scholar.
(c) Man of the world.
(d) Lost boy.
14. Wallace had been dining in _______________ when he and a co-worker were called back to work.
(b) East Kensington.
15. Where was Wallace going the day he saw the door for the fourth time?
(a) Important dinner.
(b) Seeing a girl.
(c) Job interview.
(d) Scholarship interview.
Short Answer Questions
1. What look does Redmond remember in Wallace's eyes the night he told his story?
2. How many times was Wallace in love?
3. Where did Wallace go on scholarship?
4. What does Wallace tell Redmond success has become to him?
5. What does Wallace grieve for most in his life?
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