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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. For how long has Wallace been unable to focus on his work because of his preoccupation with seeing the door?
(a) 6 months.
(b) 1 month.
(c) 2 weeks.
(d) 10 weeks.
2. Wallace had been dining in _______________ when he and a co-worker were called back to work.
(d) East Kensington.
3. What is the hoarding on the high road that Redmond refers to in Part 4?
(a) A fence.
(b) A ghost.
(c) A sadness.
(d) A frenzied crowd.
4. Redmond remembers Wallace's _______ face the last night he saw him.
5. What did the door in the wall do to Wallace in the end?
6. Wallace thought his obsession with the door in the wall might be what is referred to as a feeling of __________.
7. What place is buzzing about Wallace's death?
(a) The House.
(b) The Senate.
(c) The club.
(d) The bar.
8. Redmond calls Wallace a man of what?
(c) Vision and imagination.
(d) Ineptitude and delusions.
9. What should Wallace have been excited to be working on lately?
(a) New profitable accounts.
(b) New political developments.
(c) His memoir.
(d) His future wedding.
10. What does Wallace tell Redmond is destroying him?
11. What is the name of the newspaper announcing Wallace's death?
(a) West Kensington Gazette.
(b) New York Times.
(c) London Times.
(d) Westminster Gazette.
12. 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.
13. Wallace compared looking for the door in the wall to what?
(a) Being a lost child in the park.
(b) Deciphering Stonehenge.
(c) Being drunk.
(d) Finding a needle in a haystack.
14. Where was Wallace going when he saw the door in the wall for the third time?
(a) Campden Hill.
(b) Earl's Court.
15. Wallace walked all the way from what location on the night of his death?
(a) The House.
(b) His house.
(c) The bar.
(d) The Senate.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the dinner, Wallace tells Redmond his soul is full of what?
2. Wallace didn't stop at the door once as a young man because he had an appointment that involved his ____________.
3. How many times was Wallace in love?
4. What does Wallace tell Redmond success has become to him?
5. How many times did Wallace see the door in the wall when he was a young man?
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