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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 effect is reading having on Montag?
(a) He is becoming confused about the meaning of life
(b) He is falling out of love with his wife
(c) He is learning to think for himself
(d) He is becoming angry with the government
2. What does Montag hear a persistent advertisement for while riding the train?
(a) Mildred’s favorite soap opera
(b) Morlock's Menties
(c) Glueless Gummies
(d) Denham's Dentifrice
3. Who is Mildred entertaining when Montag comes home from Faber’s?
(b) Her girlfriends
(c) The next-door neighbor
(d) Captain Beatty
4. How does Montag explain his disillusionment with society?
(a) He says the words of great philosophers before him have infiltrated his mind
(b) He says it feels as if something is missing
(c) He said the elderly woman made his appreciate life for the first time
(d) He says that the impending war has caused him to question government
5. What is Mildred doing when Montag returns home from Faber’s house?
(a) Reading a book
(b) Talking on the telephone
(c) Watching television
(d) Snooping through his drawers
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose image do advertisers use to sell products?
2. According to Faber, what is inevitable?
3. How does Beatty treat the stolen book Montag returns?
4. What does Montag do to finally convince Faber to help him in his quest?
5. According to Faber, what is missing from most people’s lives, causing unhappiness?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Montag feel as he watches his house burn down?
2. What reason does Montag give Faber for his sudden decision to stop burning books?
3. How does Beatty want Montag to destroy his home?
4. On the phone, how does Faber react to Montag’s request about the books?
5. What does Faber say about the magical properties of books?
6. Why does Faber consider himself a coward?
7. Where does Montag hide the illegal books after revealing them to Mildred, and why?
8. As Montag reads through the illegal books, what sound adds urgency to his search?
9. What does Faber feel is an inevitable truth, and how does his belief affect Montag’s plan?
10. How does Montag convince Faber that he can be trusted with information about books?
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