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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where did Wallace go on scholarship?
2. How many times was Wallace in love?
3. Which of the following occasions did Wallace NOT see the door in the wall?
(a) On the way to a girl's house.
(b) On the way to a scholarship interview.
(c) On the way to his wedding.
(d) On the way to his father's deathbed.
4. Wallace felt that his career merited what?
5. What is the name of Wallace's superior that he wished to have a private word with?
6. What does Wallace grieve for most in his life?
(a) The garden.
(b) The past.
(c) His father.
(d) His mother.
7. What is the name of the colleague that Wallace was walking with on his most recent time of seeing the wall?
8. How close was Wallace to the door in the wall the last time he saw it?
(a) Several yards.
(b) Four inches.
(c) Three feet.
(d) 20 inches.
9. What restaurant is Wallace in when he has an important conversation about his career?
10. Wallace was taking a shortcut through __________ the fourth time he saw the door.
(b) Campden Hill.
(c) Earl's Court.
(d) East Kensington.
11. Wallace's body was found in __________.
(a) The garden.
(b) The wharf.
(c) An empty lot.
(d) An excavation shaft.
12. In the end, Wallace walked out of _________ into darkness.
13. What does Wallace tell Redmond success has become to him?
14. When Wallace saw the door in the wall for the third time, he was riding in what?
(a) A trolley.
(b) A train.
(c) A cab.
(d) A bus.
15. At the dinner, Wallace tells Redmond his soul is full of what?
Short Answer Questions
1. How old was Wallace when he saw the door in the wall for the third time?
2. Redmond is convinced that Wallace had a what?
3. The dead body of Wallace is found near where?
4. What is the name of the newspaper announcing Wallace's death?
5. What was Wallace thinking of himself when he saw the door in the wall for third time?
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