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. What drink was Knapp especially fond of when she was living on her own?
(a) White wine.
(b) Whisky.
(c) Gin.
(d) Beer.

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

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

4. What did alcohol do for Knapp's body image?
(a) It helped her feel invisible.
(b) It helped her feel loved.
(c) It helped her forget she had a body.
(d) It helped her let go and enjoy sex.

5. How would Knapp get through dinner with her boyfriend's parents?
(a) She would tell racy stories and get them drinking.
(b) She would leave early and get her own bottle.
(c) She would bring a flask for herself.
(d) She would drink at the bar.

6. Who would Knapp meet for drinks after work when she was younger?
(a) Her father.
(b) Julien.
(c) Sam.
(d) Michael.

7. What did Knapp learn from her father's drinking?
(a) After the first martini, he would get belligerent.
(b) After a couple of drinks, he would relax.
(c) When he drank, he got sloppy and irresponsible.
(d) After his first bottle of wine, he would become expansive and tell stories.

8. Which friend of Knapp's had raging alcoholism in the family?
(a) Drew.
(b) Lawrence.
(c) Lauren.
(d) Abby.

9. Who was Knapp's boyfriend at the time when her father died?
(a) Michael.
(b) Edward.
(c) Julien.
(d) David.

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

11. What was Knapp like in her professional life?
(a) Lazy and shiftless.
(b) Highly-motivated and tightly controlled.
(c) Smart and productive.
(d) Inconsistent but occasionally brilliant.

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

13. How old was Knapp when she first got drunk?
(a) Eight.
(b) Seven.
(c) Sixteen.
(d) Eleven.

14. When would Knapp drink?
(a) When she felt helpless.
(b) When she was lonely.
(c) When she felt angry.
(d) When she felt anxious or bored.

15. When Knapp met her friend for drinks, how did Knapp feel after the drinks had kicked in?
(a) Like she was fulfilled.
(b) Like she was acceptable to the people around her.
(c) Like she was living in the moment.
(d) Like she was invisible.

Short Answer Questions

1. How long was it after the accident before Knapp finally stopped drinking?

2. Where would Knapp escape to when she needed to get out of her apartment?

3. Where does Knapp see alcoholics?

4. What occasion led Knapp to drink for the first time?

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

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