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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 can Riley accept?
(a) Cy's need for a girlfriend.
(b) Horror, sin, evil and lunacy as truth on a par with the love of God and beatific goodness.
(c) Riley's need for alcohol.
(d) Cy's need to care for his mother.
2. From what do most of the boarders at Cy's home suffer?
(c) Old Age.
3. When does Cy advance to freehand images?
(a) Whenever the "alpha male" is absent or more than one customer awaits one.
(b) When he is half drunk.
(c) When there is no picture for what the customer wants.
(d) When Riley can supervise him.
4. With what does Cy decide he needs help?
(a) His chemistry homework.
(b) Getting to America.
(c) Wooing the girl with whom he is in love.
(d) Learning how to do tattoos.
5. What does a young man working in the parlor of the greatest tattooist in Northern England who is nowhere to be found suggest?
(d) Laziness on Riley's part.
Short Answer Questions
1. What amazes Cy?
2. For what do the boys use Muriel's equipment?
3. Why does Cy wish his eyes could lie?
4. What does Cy hear through the window of the building he climbs?
5. What does Cy not really understand?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Cy's first encounter with Riley.
2. How does Cy's apprenticeship fare and what is an important lesson Cy learns?
3. What do you think is a boggart and how is it used?
4. What major theme is touched upon in this chapter and how is it expressed here?
5. How does Cy's mother Reeda respond to his possible apprenticeship with Riley?
6. What upsets the town council and what is Reeda's response?
7. What does Jonty say about Riley; is it likely to be true?
8. How does sex figure into Riley's tattoo business?
9. What does Cy recall as he studies cloud formations and what might this foreshadow?
10. What experience causes Cy to no longer be able to sleep under tight blankets?
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