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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What name does Fredricka prefer not to be called?
2. For what does Nelson claim to be a sucker?
(a) The white man's supremacy.
(b) Harold's price schemes.
(c) The belief that things will change.
(d) Words of Jesus.
3. Which of the following characters is described as obviously successful if not wealthy?
4. What do Harold's children see that upsets them?
(a) Realizing their father is a cheat
(b) Their father being taken away by the police.
(c) Their friends throwing stones at their father's stores.
(d) Watching him being picked on in the news.
5. Why is the narrator told he must submit?
(a) He is too successful and has become proud.
(b) He is a descendant of Mohammed's beloved.
(c) He is of German descent.
(d) He has looked at a woman's body who is not his wife's.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mrs. Richards say when Louis asks if Clair is close to anyone?
2. Why did Clair invite Louis to Los Angeles?
3. How does Rogers characterize Charles's talent?
4. Who reminded Rogers of a disturbance caused by Charles previously?
5. What does Thomas use to sell insurances policies?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Harold's wife, Ruth, demand he do and if he doesn't follow through, what does she say will happen?
2. What does the narrator say that he is enough of a realist to accept?
3. What does Leon say that causes her to call her husband a bigot?
4. Why does the editor feel obliged to impose order on the piece of writing in front of him?
5. What does Jed Jones say happened after he heard the shots?
6. What happens when Charles interrupts his attorney's summation?
7. What does Clair talk about during her part of the dinner?
8. Describe the Redeemer's friends as he sees them.
9. What does the narrator say great literature has given way to?
10. What makes Eunice wonder about the hotel's breakfast calls?
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