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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. Which of the following sciences does Professor Momsen study?
2. In the English classroom after the schoolyard fight, which is the only student prepared to discuss the material?
3. What insect does Kneadus eat as counter-attack to the first face in the dual?
(a) A beetle.
(b) An ant.
(c) A cricket.
(d) A fly.
4. What is the schoolgirl doing when Joey barges into her bedroom after the phone call?
(a) She is ironing her pants.
(b) She is polishing her shoes.
(c) She is sewing a button on a jacket.
(d) She is knitting a pair of socks.
5. Where does Pimko hide while taking notes on the children while they play at the playground?
(a) Behind a tree.
(b) In his car.
(c) Behind a dumpster.
(d) Underneath the slide.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mrs. Youngblood react when the schoolgirl kicks Joey?
2. Which of the following adjectives does Pimko use to describe the children on the playground in his notes?
3. What does the narrator think will happen to a novel in which the first word is heroic?
4. What physical change does Joey feel in his body as he is speaking with Dr. Pimko?
5. What does Joey do for a living?
Short Essay Questions
1. What community does the narrator claim is the stupidest community of all, and why?
2. What division takes place on the schoolyard after Pimko's notes have been read?
3. How does the principal of Joey's school feel about Pimko's psychological style?
4. What type of writers does Joey find most annoying in the literary world?
5. What is Mrs. Youngblood's reaction to Joey's age?
6. What bizarre dream does Joey have the night before the novel opens?
7. What is Joey's first impression of Zuta when he sees her?
8. Who are the Youngbloods?
9. What career path has Joey chosen for himself, and what is the general consensus from his family?
10. How does the dual between Filidor and Momsen end?
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