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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. How does Syphus kill himself?
(a) He poisons himself.
(b) He shoots himself.
(c) He hangs himself.
(d) He drowns himself.
2. Which of the following adjectives is not one Joey uses to describe Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood's bedroom?
3. What language does Zuta study in school?
4. What is the after effect of the fight on Kneadus the next day at school?
(a) His arms and legs are badly scarred.
(b) His face is stuck in a grimace.
(c) He has gone mute.
(d) He is missing four teeth.
5. What does the narrator claim all stories are broken down into?
(a) Paragraphs and sentences.
(b) Black and white.
(c) Emotions and responses.
(d) Innumerable tiny parts.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the two tennis players react to seeing their ball shot into the air?
2. What sound does Joey make through the wall to let Zuta know he's spying on her?
3. Who does Joey run into a field with at the end of the novel?
4. Which of the Youngblood family members is always the first to bathe in the mornings?
5. According to the narrator, what is the worst type of torture?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Joey feel about the decorations in Mrs. Youngblood's bedroom?
2. How do Joey and Kneadus fare while searching for the farmhand in the city?
3. What is the residual effects of the battle between Syphus and Kneadus the day after?
4. How does Zuta respond when she realizes Joey is spying on her?
5. Who starts the final brawl of the novel?
6. How does the crowd at the tennis match respond to all the craziness going on around the field?
7. How does Zuta react when Kopyrda sneaks through her bedroom window?
8. What happens when Joey and Kneadus reach the edge of the city in their search for the farmhand?
9. Why does Joey create a peephole between his bedroom and Zuta's bedroom?
10. What does the narrator of the novel believe is the worst form of torture in the world?
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