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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 does Joey pay the beggar in the street to hold in his mouth?
(a) A flower.
(b) A moth.
(c) A starfish.
(d) A stick.
2. Which of the following is not a form of torture discussed by the narrator in this novel?
3. Which of the following items is not something the narrator feels weighted down by in his greenery?
4. Which of the following characters did not write a love letter to Zuta that she keeps in her bedroom dresser?
5. According to the narrator, who is the counter-balance to Filibert?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following groups of people is not one to whom the narrator compares his literary work?
2. Who does Joey run into a field with at the end of the novel?
3. Which of the following adjectives does not describe the peasant Joey spots hiding in the outskirts of the city?
4. What are the peasants on the outskirts of town afraid the boys have come to steal from them?
5. In what types of positions does Joey hope he catches Zuta in while peeping on her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Valek and Kneadus doing in the woods when Auntie and Uncle find them there?
2. Why does Joey end up in a field at the end of the novel?
3. How does Mrs. Youngblood react when she sees Zuta walking down the street with a boy she doesn't know?
4. What causes the epileptic seizure that frightens the crowd of spectators at the tennis match?
5. What happens when Pimko also arrives outside Zuta's window while Kopyrda is still inside?
6. Why does Joey create a peephole between his bedroom and Zuta's bedroom?
7. How does the colonel respond to the tennis game he is watching in the 18th century?
8. How does Zuta react when Kopyrda sneaks through her bedroom window?
9. What happens when the Marquis de Filiberthe joins the brawl at the tennis match?
10. How do Joey and Kneadus fare while searching for the farmhand in the city?
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