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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 is one form of writing the narrator of Awkward would like to write?
(a) A Gothic novel.
(b) A tragedy.
(c) A screenplay.
(d) A comedy.
2. How is the man's hat described in Abusive?
3. How are the man's feet described in Free Verse?
4. According to the narrator of Probabilist, what is not likely to occur?
(a) A third encounter.
(b) The man will move the button on his overcoat.
(c) The first and second man will become friends.
(d) The hat's ribbon will be replaced.
5. What makes Prosthesis difficult to read?
(a) Letters omitted from the ends of the words.
(b) Letters added to the middles of words.
(c) Letters added to the ends of the words.
(d) Letters added to the beginnings of the words.
Short Answer Questions
1. What variation is For Ze Frrensh replacing in Exercises in Style?
2. Who is revealed to be the young man's friend in Unexpected?
3. What sound is interjected throughout Parechesis?
4. What is the gender of the narrator of Feminine?
5. What is true about the words used in More or Less?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why might the variation "More or Less" be easier to read aloud?
2. Explain how the author can write the variation "Gustatory" without tasting anything that happens in the story?
3. Why do you think the author writes a separate variation for each of the five senses?
4. Why does Raymond Queneau include variations containing unintelligible words and phrases, such as in the "Permutations" variations?
5. What is the style of the variation "Modern Style?" How do you know?
6. What affect does "Proper Noun" create by replacing common nouns with proper names?
7. Explain the variation "Olfactory."
8. Why do you think the author ends Exercises in Style with the variation "Unexpected?"
9. What is apostrophe in literature? How is it used in the variation "Apostrophe?"
10. Why are the variations in Section 8 put together?
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