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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. Where were the students given passports to go?
2. Why does Nelson say that average men are not really men?
(a) They feel pain, and pain changes views.
(b) They run away rather than facing adversaries.
(c) They cannot be broken by the weight.
(d) They believe in the word of God.
3. What do the bobbies discuss on the way back to the hotel?
(a) A homesexual rally.
(b) The overriding belief that this is a waste of their time.
(c) The fact that they'd rather be working at their desks.
(d) The surprising frequency of thefts at that hotel.
4. To where does the bobby indicate Leon should hurry?
5. What has Louis learned that Clair might do?
(a) Act in a movie.
(b) Marry him.
(c) Run for office.
(d) Leave the dinner early.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what is Charles on trial?
2. What does Clair have a command of that Louis admires?
3. What does the narrator like to do but not do?
4. What do the people chant?
5. What nationality does Leon think the man who summoned them is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the group of storytellers who Ginny joined consider themselves and what happens to change this?
2. What does the narrator say great literature has given way to?
3. How does Charles seem to others and what does this lead people to think about the events that lead to his trial?
4. Why does the editor feel obliged to impose order on the piece of writing in front of him?
5. What does Harold's wife, Ruth, demand he do and if he doesn't follow through, what does she say will happen?
6. What does Leon say that causes her to call her husband a bigot?
7. What makes Eunice wonder about the hotel's breakfast calls?
8. What happens when Charles interrupts his attorney's summation?
9. What does the narrator say to those who come to him telling him that anything not in the Bible is false?
10. Describe the Redeemer's friends as he sees them.
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