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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. For what is the narrator searching?
(a) How God sees the end of the world.
(b) The meaning of life.
(c) The definition of love.
(d) His one true love.
2. What nationality does Leon think the man who summoned them is?
3. Why does Nelson say that average men are not really men?
(a) They cannot be broken by the weight.
(b) They run away rather than facing adversaries.
(c) They believe in the word of God.
(d) They feel pain, and pain changes views.
4. What does the sane man in the parable realize when he is given the vision of clarity?
(a) That there is no love.
(b) That his friends hate him.
(c) That help comes from friends.
(d) That the human souls are shadowed.
5. What does Mrs. Richards say when Louis asks if Clair is close to anyone?
(a) She is looking or someone with whom to fall in love.
(b) She has never been close to anyone in her life.
(c) She has a man who she loves dearly.
(d) She is dating someone secretly.
Short Answer Questions
1. How far away is the bobby station?
2. What do the Asians insist the Bulgarian do when he is cornered?
3. How many days did Charles sit silently at his murder trial?
4. For what is Charles on trial?
5. Who did Charles harm?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the narrator say great literature has given way to?
2. Describe the Redeemer's friends as he sees them.
3. What does the narrator say that he is enough of a realist to accept?
4. What does Leon say that causes her to call her husband a bigot?
5. Who is Nelson Reed and what does he become?
6. What makes Eunice wonder about the hotel's breakfast calls?
7. How does Leon describe his landlady?
8. What does Charles do that is unlike Detroit-born mechanics and what does he think will happen as a result of this?
9. What happens when Charles interrupts his attorney's summation?
10. How does Charles seem to others and what does this lead people to think about the events that lead to his trial?
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