Drinking: A Love Story Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

Caroline Knapp
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who did Knapp almost hurt, making her want to stop drinking?
(a) Her parents.
(b) Herself.
(c) An innocent stranger.
(d) Her friend's children.

2. Where would Knapp escape to when she needed to get out of her apartment?
(a) Her parents' house.
(b) The pizza place across the street.
(c) The beach
(d) A bar downtown.

3. How did alcohol affect Knapp?
(a) It made her sociable and wise.
(b) It impaired her ability to grow.
(c) It trapped her in anger and depression.
(d) It filled her with rage and sorrow.

4. What are the two parts into which Knapp compartmentalizes her life?
(a) Seeing friends and drinking.
(b) Drinking and family events.
(c) Work and drinking.
(d) Drinking and driving.

5. How many bottles would Knapp keep at the end of her drinking?
(a) A case.
(b) Two.
(c) Six.
(d) Three.

6. How did Knapp almost hurt people?
(a) By beating them.
(b) By cutting them.
(c) By falling on them.
(d) By hitting them with her car.

7. Knapp's first drunk resulted from what drink?
(a) Wine.
(b) Whisky.
(c) Gin.
(d) Beer.

8. What was David's upbringing like?
(a) He was filled with unanswerable anxieties.
(b) He was tormented with apprehensions about his status.
(c) He was uncomplicated and caring.
(d) He was filled with hope in his own potential.

9. How does Alex describe himself?
(a) As a deliberate monster.
(b) As a nefarious extrovert.
(c) As a gregarious introvert.
(d) As a friendly psychopath.

10. What was Knapp's relationship with alcohol like?
(a) Longstanding, methodically destructive.
(b) Brief and blissful.
(c) Long and tortured.
(d) On and off, and inconsistent.

11. What caused Knapp to finally give up drinking?
(a) She hit someone's car.
(b) She tried to kill herself a number of times.
(c) She was imprisoned and dried out there.
(d) She almost seriously injured two children.

12. What did sex give Meg?
(a) The illusion of intimacy.
(b) The power of seductiveness.
(c) Evidence of her own existence.
(d) Faith in her attractiveness.

13. Where would Knapp meet this person for drinks when she was younger?
(a) The Palladium.
(b) The Ritz.
(c) The Aku-Aku Lounge.
(d) The Watering Hole.

14. What was Knapp's relationship with David like at the beginning?
(a) They lived in the same city and saw each other often.
(b) They knew each other for a long time before they got together.
(c) They moved in together immediately.
(d) It was a long distance relationship.

15. What was Knapp like as a child?
(a) Painfully shy.
(b) Curious and playful.
(c) Clumsy and disorganized.
(d) Outspoken and irreverent.

Short Answer Questions

1. What kinds of things would Knapp obsessively yearn for?

2. What would Knapp do if she felt that she did not have enough in her glass?

3. What does Knapp's memoir describe?

4. What would Meg feel the morning after a night of anonymous sex?

5. Which friend of Knapp's had a schizophrenic brother?

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