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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. With what color does Harold say is the only color that he is concerned?
(a) The color red.
(b) The color green.
(c) The color black.
(d) The color orange.
2. To what does the author say that great myths have been reduced?
(c) Great literature.
3. Why does the judge's secretary tell him he must shine at the meeting?
(a) Political reasons.
(b) To protect Charles.
(c) To overcome the case.
(d) To help with race relations.
4. Why does Mr. G. block unemployment?
(a) To teach his employees a lesson.
(b) To keep people from learning about the side business.
(c) He doesn't believe in hand outs.
(d) He can save money that way.
5. What does Daniel warn Paul about his daughter?
(a) Not to believe what she says.
(b) Not to let her forget her heritage.
(c) Not to treat her like a plaything.
(d) Not to take advantage of her.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the story, what is said to be the only one book that offers a suitable religion for businessmen?
2. What does Mrs. Richards say when Louis asks if Clair is close to anyone?
3. Who does the narrator say work in the neighborhood?
4. What do Harold's children see that upsets them?
5. Who does Harold consult to help him with strategy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Charles do that is unlike Detroit-born mechanics and what does he think will happen as a result of this?
2. How does Charles seem to others and what does this lead people to think about the events that lead to his trial?
3. What does the group of storytellers who Ginny joined consider themselves and what happens to change this?
4. What does the narrator say great literature has given way to?
5. What makes Eunice wonder about the hotel's breakfast calls?
6. Who is Nelson Reed and what does he become?
7. What does Paul do after months of silence at the mental hospital?
8. Where does this story take place?
9. Why does the editor feel obliged to impose order on the piece of writing in front of him?
10. Describe the Redeemer's friends as he sees them.
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